- helps restore urinary comfort;
- stems hair loss in men;
- recommended for reducing menopausal symptoms.
Modern science is gradually rediscovering the extraordinary therapeutic properties of plants, particularly those which at first appear quite unremarkable. Such is the case with the pumpkin and the oil extracted from its seeds.
This oil has been produced in Europe for over 300 years from the genus Cucurbita pepo, the botanical name for a wide range of cultivars including squash and pumpkin. Ranging in colour from dark green to red, the oil is obtained by pressing the pumpkin's seeds. It is not suitable for cooking as heating it produces a bitter taste and largely destroys its monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, the source of its therapeutic benefits.
Yes, but they are minor:
|Daily dose : 2 softgels
Number of doses per pack: 30
|Pumpkin seed oil||1000 mg|
|Vitamin E (D-alpha tocopherol)||10 mg|