For many centuries, mankind has been using oils as one of the sources of nutrients and useful substances for the body. We produce a product from fresh hemp seeds by cold pressing, where the temperature does not exceed 40 ° C. This allows us to save all the nutrients. This production method requires significantly more raw materials in terms of quantity than obtaining oil by hot pressing or refining.
Vitamins: F, A, vitamins of group B, E, K, D;
Micro-, macroelements: Zn, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mg, Mn, K, S;
Fatty acids: Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-9 and amino acid complex.
Hemp oil - health benefits
Regular use of oil is very effective for hemorrhoids, gastritis, ulcers, colic, constipation.
The oil boosts immunity, it is recommended for patients with pneumonia, bronchitis, tuberculosis.
It is recommended for men and women suffering from diseases of the reproductive system.
The oil restores damaged skin, generally improves its condition, fights flaking, and psoriasis.
Used to relieve inflammation from skin burns. Recommended as an effective restorative agent for dry and brittle hair.
The oil is very quickly absorbed into the skin and does not leave greasy marks on the skin, therefore it can be used for skincare on a daily basis, especially in the cold season.
Hemp oil has a pleasant taste with light nutty notes.
The use of this product is an integral part of many diets due to its low-calorie content and high nutritional value.
Hemp oil is ideal for salad dressing; it can be added to baked goods, soups, main courses.
It should be noted that all valuable substances are retained only if the oil is used raw. That is why experts do not recommend frying dishes with hemp oil.
Hemp oil - how to use
As a tonic, you can add it to smoothies, salads and other cold dishes, or take 1 tablespoon on an empty stomach. The product must not be heated.
The oil can be applied to the skin to moisturize and nourish.
Masks based on hemp oil help treat dry and brittle hair