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Evening primrose oil has helped to improve dramatically the lives of countless children and their families. Together with other nutritional approaches, it can help turn a little monster into a normal, happy, loving child.
It seems that evening primrose oil works especially well on atopic children where there is a family history of such ailments as eczema, asthma, allergies, hay fever or migraine. The mothers of hyperactive children are often found to have migraine, and to have suffered from premenstrual tension and post-natal depression.
In a questionnaire conducted by the Hyperactive Children’s Support Group (HACSG) in February 1987, a total of 92% of the children came from an atopic family. Of these 102 children, 34% suffered from either one or both of eczema and asthma.
Not all hyperactive children respond to evening primrose oil. One sign that they may do so is excessive thirst. In the HACSG study 78% of the children did have abnormal thirst. Unlike in diabetes, this need to drink a lot is not accompanied by excessive urine. Instead, the urine is rather concentrated which probably means that these children are losing water through the skin. Excessive thirst and permeability of the skin are signs of essential fatty acid deficiency.

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