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Learn How Borage Oil May Help Banish Inflammation

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  • Borage is also called the "bee plant" and "bee bread," because its bright flowers attract bees all summer long
  • Borage has a history of medicinal and culinary use that dates back over 1,500 years. It's cultivated and widely used in Europe for its healing properties and as a nice addition to salads, soups and sauces, or eaten by itself as a healthy side dish
  • Borage oil is used in aromatherapy. It can be inhaled or vaporized, but can also be used as carrier oil for more powerful and ultra-concentrated essential oils. It is said to have an uplifting and euphoric effect, and may help ease mood swings and depression

Borage oil is renowned for its wide range of medicinal uses, especially in helping treat inflammation symptoms and relieving pain. But what is it about this herbal oil that makes it so worthy of attention?


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