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"I'm able to function a lot better."
PMS made Michelle feel unmotivated, and just horrible. Now she's up and about, doing what she needs to do, all month long.
Evening Primrose Oil For PMS? Science Says No
March 15, 2012
We do not use evening primrose oil in our natural remedies for PMS because there simply isn’t the science to show it’s effective—and there is science to show it’s ineffective.