Hemp seed oil is cold-pressed and unrefined, preserving all the vitamins.
Hemp seed oil is very valuable because it contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, D and E, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc and other trace elements. It is the only plant that contains vitamin D, which is needed for potassium absorption. Hemp oil is highly valued for the fatty acids it contains that are important for the body and skin: Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9, which make up up to 80% of the product. It is the vegetable oil with the highest fatty acid content and these acids are in the ratio most suitable for humans (3:1). Hemp oil is rich in amino acids and protein.
Hemp oil nourishes and softens the skin, restores skin tone and removes toxins. Thanks to its high vitamin E content, it prevents premature ageing, prevents stretch marks and restores skin elasticity. The oil is most recommended for dry skin as it is easily absorbed. Hemp oil is also suitable for very sensitive skin as it is non-allergenic. This oil has a positive effect on the skin’s pH level, balances lipids and moisturises. It reduces redness and irritation and heals wounds. Also recommended for men after shaving. Fatty acids are essential for the production of healthy skin cell membranes and provide nutrients for hair and skin. The oil also strengthens the nails, so it can be massaged into the nails and cuticles. Hemp oil has a natural SPF 6 protection against UV rays, but allows the skin to absorb the beneficial UV rays and absorb vitamin D. Hemp oil is used to treat atopic dermatitis (eczema). Under the direction of Dr Kalavei, researchers from the University of Finland studied the benefits of hemp seed oil in patients with atopic dermatitis and found that the oil significantly reduced dry skin, itching and greatly improved other symptoms of the disease. The oil can be used in various mixtures or applied directly to the skin. Apply the oil to skin that has been moistened with hydrolate (floral water) to help it absorb more quickly and not leave a greasy feeling.
Hemp oil strengthens hair, giving it shine and volume. Apply a small amount of oil to the ends of the hair, massage into the scalp and leave on for 30-60 minutes or overnight. Hair absorbs warm oil particularly well, so it is recommended to warm the oil slightly before use. It helps to tame unruly hair. All you have to do is apply the oil and comb through your hair. In addition, hemp oil nourishes the capillary tissue and makes hair shinier and fluffier.
Hemp oil is unique because it contains chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a green plant pigment that dyes leaves green. It stores solar energy in plants and takes part in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll cleanses the body of carcinogens and mutagens, stimulates blood production, strengthens immunity, promotes faster cell growth, strengthens cell walls and inhibits bacterial growth. 1-2 tablespoons of oil contains the entire recommended daily intake of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. It is one of the most suitable oils for women, as its use reduces the discomfort caused by premenstrual syndrome and has a positive effect on the female hormonal system. Hemp seed oil can reduce the clotting of blood platelets – preventing the clots that cause heart attacks. Improves digestion, boosts immunity, reduces “bad” cholesterol. The substances in hemp seed oil help prevent various heart diseases. 2007. In 2010, it was shown that hemp seeds reduce blood clotting: they can prevent heart attacks and myocardial infarctions. Studies by the American Chemical Association have shown that hemp seeds are rich in alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3), which can protect against coronary heart disease and may be ideal for cancer prevention. Hemp oil is not recommended for frying because most of the beneficial substances are lost. This hemp oil can be used in cosmetics, food and medicine.
OIL CONSUMPTION: 1-2 tablespoons per day for adults. For young children – 1-2 teaspoons per day.
0% THC, 0% CBD.