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Name: Black Currant Oil
Botanical Name::
Part Used: xBlack Currant Oil Seed
The Main Component Of::
Specification::
Production Process: Cold Preesed
Appearance: Light Yellow
Odor: With Characteristic Odour
Package and storage: 25kg/drum,190kg/drum
Shelf life: 18 Months
Description

Black Currant Oil

Brand Name:  Guangzhou Endless Black Currant Oil
Botanical Name:
Extract Method: Cold Pressed
Active Ingredient:
Purity:  100% pure and natural
Part Used:  Black Currant Seed
Grade:   Food Grade 
Certification:   ISO9001,Certification of Analysis
      Black currant seed oil is derived from black currants. This oil is very rich in essential fatty acids, especially omega 6 and omega 3 essential fatty acids. Along with these, it is also rich with alpha-linoleic acid, Gamma-linolenic acid and stearidonic acids as well. Nutritional Supplement Black Currant Oil can be used on several ways as shown below.
Anti-Cancer Properties
      An in vitro study showed black currant extract can inhibit the proliferation of breast cancer and colon cancer cells. Researchers theorize this effect is due to the high vitamin C content. In viro studies are conducted in a controlled environment outside of a living organism, so much more research is needed in this area.
Anti-Inflammatory Properties
     Weil states that GLA is an effective anti-inflammatory agent without the side effects of anti-inflammatory drugs. The body actually uses GLA to create its own anti-inflammatory agents. Weil prescribes it for inflammatory autoimmune conditions such as lupus. Naturopathic doctor Jody Noé, of the Brattleboro Naturopathic Clinic in Vermont, also recommends people with lupus take 500mg to 1000 mg daily of a GLA source such as black currant oil.
Rhematoid Arthritis
     A study published in a 2003 issue of Rheumatology found moderate support for effectiveness of GLA in treating rheumatoid arthritis. GLA shows promise for reducing pain, stiffness and joint tenderness. Rheumatoid arthritis patients often are searching for alternatives to drug therapy, as drugs prescribed to treat this autoimmune disorder typically have toxic effects.