It is said to help induce labor when you are nearing your due date or overdue. It is also known for preventing pre-eclampsia, shortens labor, and prevents you from being overdue. To use during pregnancy, you are supposed to insert a capsule inside the vagina, near the cervix, as a suppository to help ripen it.
It can be used as a therapy for various problems occurring on the skin’s surface, including bruises, wounds, and hemorrhoids.
Evening primrose can be used in traditional therapies as a remedy to help minimize the scaling, itchiness, and redness created by eczema, a condition that causes the skin to be inflamed and irritated.
Used by those suffering from issues related to their cervical mucus. While you don’t have to have quality mucus, or mucus at all, to become pregnant, it can help sperm get to the right spot by protecting it along the way.