HEMP SEED OIL
- Rich in omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids, amino acids, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), protein and high in minerals.
- Hemp is also rich in vitamin D that helps with calcium absorption.
- Helps with acne, minor abrasions, psoriasis and eczema.
- Great for dry skin and hair.
- Helps prevent premature aging.
- Effective in maintaining moisture balance.
- Earthy, Nutty scent.
- Absorbs quickly into the skin.
- Great shelf life (6 months to a year) if refrigerated after opening.
Hemp seed oil makes an excellent carrier oil due to its nutrients, and it is among one of my favorite oils for the body. When people hear the word “Hemp”, they might not realize it has great therapeutic value, and they might think it has narcotic properties that in turn reduces its popularity. However, this oil is rich in vitamins, minerals, protein and essential fatty acids and is incredible for many ailments and does not have any narcotic properties.
Hemp Seed Oil may be used to nourish the hair and skin due to the high amount of protein and essential fatty acids. Hemp Seed Oil closely matches our skin’s lipids, and the essential fatty acids are easily absorbed into the skin. Thus, Hemp Seed can play a preventative role in skin aging and also maintain healthy moisture balance. Not only does Hemp Seed Oil contribute substantially to younger looking skin and creates a moisture barrier, it can also relieve psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, acne and minor abrasions. Hemp is also rich in Vitamin D, which can help calcium absorption resulting in soft, smooth and hydrated skin.
Hemp Seed oil can also be taking internally; you can mix it in a smoothie or your morning cereal and can help with many health issues. Hemp Seed oil can help with osteoporosis, arthritis, rheumatoid, poor circulation, PMS, irregular hormone levels, menopause, cancer, multiple sclerosis, immune deficiency, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, low energy levels, low metabolism, weight loss, Crohn’s disease, cardiovascular disease, gallstones, kidney degeneration, HIV virus and tuberculosis.
Hemp seed oil is composed of omega-3, omega-6, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) essential fatty acids. Essential fatty acids are important for healthy cell creation and skin wellness. The “normal” diet today does not include enough vitamins or a good balance of essential fatty acids. Including hemp seed oil in your diet provides your body with important nutrients that will help enhance any chronic dry skin conditions like dermatitis or eczema.
The hemp that is used for oils and food are normally bred from hemp plants with very low resin content resulting in small non-psychoactive amounts (THC). The seeds are cleaned well after harvesting removing any excess trace residue. Once the seeds go through the manufacturing process and are cleaned and pressed, the ultimate product is free of any psychoactive compounds. Some Hemp Seed Oil does NOT include detectable Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and some are very low and will NOT produce any psychoactive, but may be detected in some urine test.
Blending Hemp Seed Oil with Essential Oils
Body Massage Oil: 40-60 drops of essential oil to about 4 ounces of Hemp Seed Oil..
Everyday Home Use: 10-20 drops of essential oils with 1 ounce of Hemp Seed Oil..
Therapeutic: 25-30 drops of essential oil to about 1/2 oz of Hemp Seed Oil.
- Therapeutic blends are normally used to address a specific health issue and is not used long-term.
- Some Essential Oils need fewer drops due to their high potency.
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