Borage (Borago officinalis)

Borage (Borago officinalis)
  • Product Code: *IGO065
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Detailed Specifications
attribute Relaxing, Sedative, Diuretic, Blood purifier, Sudoriferous, Anti-cold, Anti bronchitis, Treatment of inflammation of the kidneys
Scientific name Borago Officinalis
Health Benefits
  • Borage is a good herbal supplement for women because it contains high levels of calcium and iron. 
  • Borage is used to restore the adrenal glands to their natural balance, which in turn creates a calmer body and mind.
  • Borage is well -known for its soothing qualities and has been used to treat nervous conditions. 
  • Borage works well to ease the depression and mood swings often associated with menopause and menstrual cycles.
  • Borage is currently being researched as a possible treatment for rheumatoid arthritis because of its anti-inflammatory properties.
Industrial Usage
Borage has a history of medicinal and culinary use that dates back over 1500 years. 
It’s cultivated and widely used in Europe for its healing properties and as a nice addition to salads, soups, and sauces. 
Borage flowers are edible, and are often candied as a cake decoration or made into sweet syrup.
It is also used in homeopathy and as a flower essence. 
The oil is often used in cosmetics as it softens and moisturizes the skin.
Our Quality
Borage is an annual herb that’s native to Syria but now grows throughout North Africa, the Middle East, Europe, South America, and many Mediterranean regions.
“Gol-gav-zaban”, the Persian name of Borage, is a herb that originally grows in Iran.
Iran is a country that has the main fields of borage and each year cultivates and exports more than 10000 tons of it to different markets like China, Europe and America.
Effective Ingredients
Borage oil is the richest natural source of gamma-linoleic acid or GLA.
Another essential fatty acid found in borage oil is linoleic acid, which is converted into GLA in your body. 
This herbal oil is also rich in oleic, eicosenoic, docosenoic, stearic, and palmitic fatty acid chains.
Borage is packed with macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates, fiber, and fats), vitamins (A, C, niacin, choline, thiamine, and riboflavin), minerals, and other plant compounds.

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