GLA Maximus

15 reviews
$42.00
Original price $42.00 - Original price $226.80
Original price
$42.00
$42.00 - $226.80
Current price $42.00
  • Balances symptoms of Estrogen Dominance
  • Modulates inflammation and supports relief of pain (such as PMS)
  • Softgels, 60 servings
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“Enjoying the GLA Maximus! I’m working on balancing my hormones to help with hormonal acne."
– RACHEL T., USA – VERIFIED BUYER

How GLA Maximus can help hormones

  • Supports the relief of breast pain
  • Relieves symptoms of PMS
  • Supports a healthy inflammatory response
  • Balances estrogen levels (including symptoms of low estrogen)

How GLA Maximus may support overall health

  • Supports healthy weight
  • Improves skin health (when used internally or externally)
  • Can slow hair loss
Did you know?
The highest concentration of GLA (Gamma-Linolenic Acid) is found in borage oil, NOT evening primrose.

Borage oils derived from borage seed contains the highest concentration of GLA.

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How to use
1-3 Softgels per day

Recommended use: Take 1 softgel per day after meals. Increase up to 3 softgels per day, if needed.

Our Ingredients

GLA (Gamma-Linolenic Acid) (from Borage Oil)(Borago officinalis)(seed)
Amount Per Serving: 240mg
Other Ingredients: Bovine gelatin, purified water, glycerine, annatto (color)

Quality Check

A quality GLA supplement should
  • be free of colorants, fillers, and preservatives
  • encapsulated as an oil in softgel form
  • preferably be derived from borage seeds

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09/21/2022
Rana C.
United States

High quality

Great product that’s been helping with periodic peri menopause symptoms such as hot flashes.

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09/10/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

GLA Maximus

Through Magdalena I have become aware that my holt flashes and other menopause symptoms are a combination of hormone levels and sugar balance. GLA Maximus is the first product that has helped me to start to manage the insulin resistance. Highly recommend

09/15/2022

Wellena / Hormones Balance

So glad to hear this! Thank you for your wonderful review!

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09/10/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

GLA Love!

I was experiencing worse than "normal" hot flashes. They were nuclear. Within 2 weeks of taking GLA Maximus 2x per day (morning and night), my hot flashes decreased significantly. I had only 3 baby hot flashes today, down from 25-40. BIG difference. I've been religiously taking a black cohosh/herbal tincture for a year now and I never experienced such a phenomenal decrease in hot flashes. I highly recommend this product for those suffering crazy hot flashes. Thank you, Wellena!

09/15/2022

Wellena / Hormones Balance

This is so great to hear! Thanks for leaving us this great review and sharing with us your experience. We really value your feedback and are happy this seems to be working well for you.

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09/05/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

It really seems to work wonders!

I have been taking GLA for only around one month but my last period since taking it was so much lighter and easier on me and my ******* were not so tender!

09/09/2022

Wellena / Hormones Balance

We are so happy to hear this! Thank you for this great review!

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09/01/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

Quality Products

I’ve used many products and have not been disappointed. I trust the quality and research and have enjoyed excellent health, flexibility and well being.

09/02/2022

Wellena / Hormones Balance

Thank you for using our supplements and supporting our company! Thanks for this great review too.

"If you've heard of Evening Primrose Oil (EPO), you've heard of GLA which stands for Gamma-Linolenic Acid.

This active ingredient, in my view, is highly underestimated for its superior pain-relieving and inflammation-lowering properties. Interestingly, oil derived from Borage seeds are 2 to 3 times higher in GLA as compared to EPO - this is why we source and extract this magical oil from borage seeds."

Magdalena Wszelaki, Founder of Wellena

Frequently Asked Questions

GLA, or Gamma-Linolenic Acid, supports relief from a variety of symptoms related to hormonal imbalances in women, including PMS, breast tenderness, menopause symptoms (like hot flashes, hair loss, and mood swings), and hormonal acne.
The recommended dose is 240 mg or 1 softgel per day, or as directed by your health practitioner.
Take 1 softgel of GLA Maximus at any time of day, with or without meals. It is recommended to take GLA Maximus for a minimum of 1 to 3 months or until relief of symptoms.
Our GLA is derived 100% from borage seed oil (Borago officinalis).
Borage seed oil contains 18-26% GLA compared to only 7-10% in evening primrose oil. That’s double to triple the amount of GLA in borage seed oil.
Our GLA is PA free.
Yes, GLA is an essential fatty acid, which may promote healthy growth of skin, hair, and nails.
No, the softgel is bovine sourced.
Yes, this product is considered low histamine.

Not everyone does well on GLA-rich oils or supplements. Because GLA is a natural blood-thinning agent, those on blood-thinner medications like Warfarin should check with their doctors before adding GLA supplements.

Borage supplements may also be a problem for those on anticonvulsant medications. Elderly patients particularly experienced interactions between those medications and borage oil.

Pregnant women should avoid borage, and consult with their health practitioner before introducing any new supplements.

Asadi-Samani, Majid et al. “The chemical composition, botanical characteristic and biological activities of Borago officinalis: a review.” Asian Pacific journal of tropical medicine. 2014.

Fan, Y Y, and R S Chapkin. “Importance of dietary gamma-linolenic acid in human health and nutrition.” The Journal of nutrition. 1998.

Schölkens, B A et al. “Evening primrose oil, a dietary prostaglandin precursor, diminishes vascular reactivity to renin and angiotensin II in rats.” Prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and medicine. 1982

Brighten, J. “How Prostaglandins Cause Painful Periods + What To Do About It.” Drbrighten.com. March 2021.

Osborne, J. L. “Borage.” Bee World. 1999.

Kenny, F S et al. “Gamma linolenic acid with tamoxifen as primary therapy in breast cancer.” International journal of cancer. 2000.

Sergeant, Susan et al. “Gamma-linolenic acid, Dihommo-gamma linolenic, Eicosanoids and Inflammatory Processes.” European journal of pharmacology. 2016.

Leventhal, L J et al. “Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with gammalinolenic acid.” Annals of internal medicine. 1993.

Veselinovic, Mirjana et al. “Clinical Benefits of n-3 PUFA and ɤ-Linolenic Acid in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis.” Nutrients. March 2017.

Belch, J J et al. “Effects of altering dietary essential fatty acids on requirements for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a double blind placebo controlled study.” Annals of the rheumatic diseases. 1988.

Schirmer, Marie A, and Stephen D Phinney. “Gamma-linolenate reduces weight regain in formerly obese humans.” The Journal of nutrition. 2007.

Henz, B. M. et al. “Double-blind, multicentre analysis of the efficacy of borage oil in patients with atopic eczema.” The British journal of dermatology. 1999.

Grice, Elizabeth A, and Julia A Segre. “The skin microbiome.” Nature reviews. Microbiology. 2011.

Jung, Jae Yoon et al. “Effect of dietary supplementation with omega-3 fatty acid and gamma-linolenic acid on acne vulgaris: a randomised, double-blind, controlled trial.” Acta dermato-venereologica. 2014.

Kim, Ji Hyun et al. “A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Gamma Linolenic Acid as an Add-on Therapy to Minocycline for the Treatment of Rosacea.” Annals of dermatology. 2020.

Lin, Tzu-Kai et al. “Anti-Inflammatory and Skin Barrier Repair Effects of Topical Application of Some Plant Oils.” International journal of molecular sciences. Dec. 2017.

Dinicolantonio, J. J. “Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA).” Life Extension Magazine. September 2018.

DO YOU SHIP TO CANADA, THE UK, AUSTRALIA OR OTHER COUNTRIES?

Unfortunately, at this point we only ship to the United States. This is due to the ever-evolving international laws surrounding supplements.

There are forwarding companies like MyUS.com, that will forward orders to you in your country for a fee.

In this case, it is the customer's responsibility to find out in advance if the supplement in question is legal in their country. For example, Progesterone and DHEA are not legal to ship into Canada (Canada classifies bio-identical hormones as drugs so they can only be prescribed by a doctor or naturopath).

We have had customers successfully ship their supplements abroad using MyUS.com, however we have only limited experience with this service.

WHY DOES SHIPPING COST $11.45?

For small businesses like ours, the shipping fee covers the very real costs of getting your order to you: shipping, handling, packaging, warehousing, insurances, and fairly compensating all the people involved along the way. We do our best to keep this shipping cost as low as possible, and offer FREE shipping for orders $79 and above.

WHY DOES MY SUBSCRIPTION ORDER INCLUDE $11.45 SHIPPING?

If you set up a subscription order and notice that you are being charged shipping, it could be due to one of these reasons:

1. Your order value is under $79

2. Your initial order qualifies for free shipping, but the order frequency on your subscriptions is different ( 1 product is set to ship every month, the other is set to ship every 2 months).

*The system automatically splits this kind of order into 2 separate shipments.

In this case it is more economical to set up one subscription every 2 months, and to increase your quantity to 2 units of the supplement that you consume monthly.

For example: 2 Vitamin B6 + 1 Essential Omegas every 2 months = free shipping.

Please email us at support@hormonesbalance.com if you would like some help managing your subscriptions.

Frequently Asked Questions

GLA, or Gamma-Linolenic Acid, supports relief from a variety of symptoms related to hormonal imbalances in women, including PMS, breast tenderness, menopause symptoms (like hot flashes, hair loss, and mood swings), and hormonal acne.
The recommended dose is 240 mg or 1 softgel per day, or as directed by your health practitioner.
Take 1 softgel of GLA Maximus at any time of day, with or without meals. It is recommended to take GLA Maximus for a minimum of 1 to 3 months or until relief of symptoms.
Our GLA is derived 100% from borage seed oil (Borago officinalis).
Borage seed oil contains 18-26% GLA compared to only 7-10% in evening primrose oil. That’s double to triple the amount of GLA in borage seed oil.
Our GLA is PA free.
Yes, GLA is an essential fatty acid, which may promote healthy growth of skin, hair, and nails.
No, the softgel is bovine sourced.
Yes, this product is considered low histamine.

Not everyone does well on GLA-rich oils or supplements. Because GLA is a natural blood-thinning agent, those on blood-thinner medications like Warfarin should check with their doctors before adding GLA supplements.

Borage supplements may also be a problem for those on anticonvulsant medications. Elderly patients particularly experienced interactions between those medications and borage oil.

Pregnant women should avoid borage, and consult with their health practitioner before introducing any new supplements.

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