Now Foods, Pumpkin Seed Oil, 1000 mg, 100 Softgels
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Works great for knee pain, and prostate of course
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by MichaelLabib on Oct 26, 2013
I have read about Pumpkin Seed Oil and it's anti-inflammatory benefits, it's as effective as NSAIDs for knee pain. I take 1 softgel with breakfast and another 1 with dinner, I really like the results!!! it's amazing especially when you combine it with Glucosamine and Fish Oil. No more Knee Pain people :)
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Great for Bladder health
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2783568 on Nov 25, 2009
Helps keep urinary tract healthy
I Joined the Germans in Taking Pumpkin Seed Oil
Posted by Reviewer2170264 on Aug 17, 2011
When I designed my anticancer diet, I added pumpkin seed oil because it has been used in Germany (and Europe) for many years to lower the risk of prostate cancer. Now Foods provides quality products which was reassuring to me.
Good, but not as Good as Whole Pumpkin Seeds
Posted by HawaiianViking on Jan 09, 2014
Pumpkin seeds, with their oil as one constituent ingredient, have long been used to improve prostate health; I've found that whole pumpkin seeds (sometimes known as pepitas) are possibly the best non-prescription treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) as well as being (somewhat less) effective for prostatitis. I purchased Now Foods, Pumpkin Seed Oil, hoping that the same benefits would be found in a softgel that come from a handful of whole pumpkin seeds; Well, the results are similar but not the same — a handful of whole pumpkin seeds is still more effective. With that said, when busy or travelling, Now Foods, Pumpkin Seed Oil is an acceptable stand-in for pumpkin seeds. One thing to note: In addition to benefiting the prostate, whole pumpkin seeds are used, particularly in Latin America, as a folk remedy for Intestinal parasites; I'm unaware whether simply consuming the oil will help to eliminate parasites, so for that purpose, it is probably advisable to use whole pumpkin seeds only.
Posted by Reviewer1248605 on Jan 15, 2008
Helps my bladder during sleep