A powerful antioxidant and a metabolic regulator


Primrose (evening primrose, primula, night candle, salad root) - is not only a beautiful flower, but also a cure for many diseases, including paralysis. All parts of the plant have medicinal properties. In the primrose leaves we find a large amount of ascorbic acid, essential oils, carotene, phenolic glycosides, vitamin C. The dried herb loses its medicinal properties during the year

Primula is indispensable in the treatment of diseases of the kidneys, bladder, kidney stone disease. A decoction of the primrose flowers are recommended for children's diarrhea. Due to the large amount of vitamin C primrose is immunostimulant. That is why it is taken with vitamin deficiency, after serious infectious diseases, for the treatment of respiratory diseases. Should sore throat, bronchitis or pneumonia happen, primrose is used as an anti-inflammatory remedy and expectorant.
The upper parts of the plant are used for wound healing (even septic), cuts, bruises. Furthermore, primrose is as good as anesthetic. Primula is applied as a compress for rheumatism, arthritis, gout, sciatica, neuralgia

Primrose oil is also useful: it’s taken under the reduced immunity, inflammatory diseases of the intestine, liver, gallbladder; in order to prevent hypertension, angina pectoris, heart attack and stroke. Decoction of this plant treats insomnia, headache, migraine, nervous disorders

Primrose oil is taken as an antitumor agent and for hormonal balance control in women, is successfully included in treatment schemes of diseases associated with metabolic disorders, atherosclerosis, diabetes, obesity. The cosmetic oil from Primula is used to treat hair loss, dandruff, acne

Oliotera – is a natural remedy based on evening primrose oil