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What are the uses of borage?
Borage flower and leaves are used for fever, cough, and depression. Borage is also used for a hormone problem called adrenal insufficiency, for "blood purification," to increase urine flow, to prevent inflammation of the lungs, as a sedative, and to promote sweating.
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Can I use borage oil on my face?
For everyday use, Borage oil has been shown to be very effective in treating the redness, inflammation and moisture loss associated with dry skin. Whether you take Borage Oil orally or apply it to your skin it appears to positively affect the texture, suppleness and moisture content of skin.
Does borage oil have omega 3?
She is in private practice in Santa Monica, California. When borage oil is consumed, much of the gamma-linoleic acid in borage oil is converted to dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid. Like the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil and flaxseed, gamma-linoleic acid and dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid may help reduce inflammation.
Is borage oil good for arthritis?
Borage seed oil is a nutritional supplement which is rich in essential fatty acids that can regulate the body's immune system and fight joint inflammation. The available evidence suggests that borage seed oil may improve the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Borage seed oil is made from the seeds of the borage plants.
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