evening primrose

NOUN
  1. any of several plants of the family Onagraceae
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  • My favourite night-bloomer is the evening primrose which seeds itself all over the garden, appearing as if by magic in dull corners which it brings to light with clumps of glorious bloom often as much as six feet high.
  • Media attention can often cause a major increase in the demand and use of herbal drugs - for example, evening primrose oil, feverfew, Ginko biloba, and ginseng.
  • Objective : To search for the optimum formula for the self emulsification of evening primrose oil.
  • Some excellent omega - 6-rich foods are borage, evening primrose oil, safflower oil, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, corn and pumpkin seeds.
  • So no more vitamin B6, no Evening Primrose Oil, without a prescription from your already overworked GP.
  • Blend together five drops each of jojoba oil, evening primrose oil and carrot oil and three drops of rosemary essential oil with 30 millilitres of slightly warmed castor oil.
  • For people who are healthy and who just want a good balance of fats, oils from flaxseed, hempseed, pumpkin-seed, evening primrose and borage are fine.
  • Pockets of spidery white nigella are turning to seed while yellow blossoms of evening primrose tip their faces upwards in the late-morning sun.
  • To this end, she has blended antioxidantrich rosehip, argan, evening primrose and blackcurrant seed. Times, Sunday Times
  • They're also plentiful in many oils - safflower, soybean, sunflower, black currant seed, flaxseed, evening primrose and borage.
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