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GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
  • GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
  • GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
  • GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels
  • GNC Evening Primerose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels

GNC Evening Primrose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels

GNC Evening Primrose Oil 1300 - 90 Softgels

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A natural source of GLA, supports hormonal balance and help maintain smooth healthy looking skin

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GNC Evening Primrose Oil 1300 is a natural source of GLA, supports hormonal balance and help maintain smooth healthy looking skin. Evening Primrose Oil naturally provides essential fatty acids that must be supplied through the diet. Easy-to-swallow softgel capsules.

Ingredient

Each softgel capsule contains 10 % calories, calories from Fat (10.00%), 1g Evening Primrose Oil (2%), 1g polyunsaturated f (5%) and 1g Evening Primrose Oil (Oenothera biennis). Other Ingredients:  Gelatin and Glycerin.l It contains No Sugar, No Starch, No Artificial Color, No Artificial Flavors, No Preservatives, Sodium Free, No Corn, No Wheat, No Gluten, No Soy, No Dairy, Yeast Free.

Direction for Use

As a dietary supplement, take one or two capsules daily.

Caution

Store in a cool dry place and keep tightly closed after opening in refrigerator or other cool place.

Active Ingredient
Evening Primrose Oil (EPO)
Drug Strength
1300mg
Drug Dispensing
OTC
Dosage Form
Softgels
Drug Administration
Oral
Manufacturer
GNC

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