Borago - fyrir hormóna og húð

Borago 72 hylki

  • For hormonal balance
  • For a calm menopause with a balanced mood
  • For the skin
  • 1-2 capsules per day is enough



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Borago is a product whose composition focuses on the skin and hormonal balance. With yam root that contributes to a calm and comfortable menopause with a balanced mood. The inclusion of biotin contributes to normal skin and vitamin B6 helps to regulate hormonal activity. Borago also contains organic cold-pressed cucumber oil fortified with vitamin E, which protects the body’s cells against oxidative stress. Borage is nature’s richest source of GLA, gamma linolenic acid, which is appreciated by women of all ages.

Turmeric oil
Vitamin E
Rosemary extract
Vitamin B6

Ingredients: Borage oil(Borago officinalis), yam(Dioscorea villosa), lecithin (from soy), vitamin E (D-alpha-tocopherol), antioxidant: rosemary extract(Rosmarinus officinalis), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), biotin (D-biotin).
Capsule: fish gelatin.

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Recommended daily intake for adults: 2 capsules/day for 3 months, then 1 capsule/day. Should be taken with meals.

Number of doses per pack: 36/72

The recommended daily intake should not be exceeded. Food supplements do not replace a varied diet but should be combined with a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Store in a dry place at room temperature, protected from sunlight. Keep out of the reach of small children.

Algengar spurningar
Aren't the ingredients in Borago and WoHo a bit the same?
Yes, they are similar. What differs is that WoHo contains sage and that Borago has double the content of all substances, which means that the capsules in Borago are larger. The daily dose thus differs. You take 4 capsules of WoHo to achieve the same dose as 2 capsules of Borago, but as many people have difficulty with larger capsules, WoHo is a good alternative.
Can Borago be taken during pregnancy?
We believe that Borago should not be used/recommended in connection with pregnancy. When searching on WebMD, among others, the intake of yam root is not recommended for pregnant women.

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