Hemp oil is a unique food product with many useful properties, in addition it is an amazing natural medicine. Over the centuries, the healing properties of this oil have helped people cope with various ailments, and today there is no information on the health hazards of using hemp oil, on the contrary, it has been scientifically proven to have beneficial effects on the health of children and adults.
Characteristics of hemp oil
Hemp oil is a unique natural medicine that optimizes the effect of the immune system, aimed at preventing and treating pathologies and diseases. The effect of using cannabis oil is comparable to the effect of the vaccine.
External signs: weak nutty smell with sourish, transparent, greenish.
Stability: unstable, after opening it is stored no more than 8 months.
Type: 100% natural, non-refined oil of cosmetic quality.
Latin name: Cannabis sativa L.
Parts of the plant: seeds.
Receiving: cold pressing.
Hemp oil contains the maximum amount of unsaturated fatty acids, compared to other known oils. Their balanced content is the most valuable quality of oil. Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, E, K, D, minerals Zinc, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium and Sulfur, Resin, Choline, Sugar, Edestin, Saponins and amino acids are also found in the oil.
In a sufficient amount in the oil there are natural antioxidants: vitamin E (tocopherols), carotene and phytosterols, as well as chlorophyll (which has an antitumor effect and giving a greenish tinge), tannins and some components of cannabinol. It is very important that cannabidiol, which is present in the oil, has no psychoactive effect, it affects the anandamide system that is produced by our body. These substances are responsible for the reaction of the body in the event of a violation of the immune system and facilitate psychological and cognitive functions. The level of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in hemp oil is very low.
Fatty acid composition
Composition of tocopherols
γ-tocopherol g 63 mg / 100 g
α-tocopherol – 13 mg / 100 g
δ-tocopherol – 10 mg / 100 g
β-tocopherol – 3 mg / 100 g
The effect of oil on the human body
The balanced content of polyunsaturated fatty acids in hemp oil, which has already been mentioned, contributes to the treatment and prevention of diseases of the cardiovascular and nervous system, obesity.
Natural antioxidants prevent premature aging of the skin, vitamins and minerals, which are rich in cannabis oil, are necessary for any person, especially during critical periods of life: intrauterine, child, adolescent, senile.
Essential fatty acids are necessary for health and elastic skin, hair and nails. They supply oxygen to every skin cell, purify arteries, strengthen the immune system, and prevent viruses and other threats to the immune system. Fatty acids can be obtained only with food, since they are not produced by the body.
Hemp oil quickly restores the broken lipid barrier, thus calming the dry, flaky and irritated skin, has an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin with inflammation. Alpha-linolenic acid in the composition of hemp oil gives it high regenerating properties, helps to limit the loss of moisture from the skin surface.
A recent Canadian study of oil has shown that it has a wide range of UV protection for the skin, has a restoring effect on the already sun-damaged skin, and also helps to restore damaged muscles after physical training.
Also, hemp oil moisturizes and nourishes dry and brittle hair, nourishes hair bulbs, fights hair loss and gives them volume and shine.
ATTENTION! Before use, consult with doctor.