Content of unsaturated fatty acids:

Method of production

Hemp oil is obtained from the seeds of the hemp plant, which are cold-pressed in a similar manner as that applied for olive oil. Once extracted from the seeds, the hemp oil is stored in a cool, dark environment for subsequent processing and transport.

Health benefits

A notable aspect is an obvious rise in the intake of omega acids. A diet rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids contributes to the health of the skin and cardiovascular system, maintenance of good blood pressure and reduction in discomfort and inflammation.

The rich, nutritional content of hemp oil:

Hemp seed oil is highly nutritious and particularly beneficial for the skin. Containing vitamins and fatty acids, the oil supports its health and fights against skin conditions. Rich in oils and fatty acids, this product is ideal for nourishing the skin and protecting it from inflammation, oxidation, infection and problems such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.

A healthy brain

The fatty acids in the hemp oil may exert a positive influence on cognitive function and brain function, while other compounds in it (e.g., polyphenols) could serve to safeguard the condition of the brain.

Otherwise, consuming hemp oil has other benefits – supporting heart function and helping combat high blood pressure, atherosclerosis and cholesterol levels. The presence of alpha-linolenic fatty acid in hemp oil has been reported as aiding reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease. Also referred to as linolenic acid, it is additionally present in fish oils and flaxseed oil.

This oil does not contain THC, CBD or other psychotropic substances.

Expiration: 30 months when stored in a cool, dark place.

Available in packs of 1000 ml, 500 ml and 200 ml