Hemp Seed Oil USDA Certified Organic – Unrefined & Cold Pressed
Product available in 16 oz – 55 Gallon Drum
Our Organic Hemp seed oil is unrefined, which means it is in the purest form that it can possibly be in.
The main interest of hemp seeds and oil is the balanced content of essential omega – 3 and omega – 6 fatty acids. To find out more about the benefits of essential fatty acids and their importance in maintaining good health, see below.
- Skin: Hemp seed oil is great to use on the skin for a more beautiful complexion. It is easily absorbed, moisturizing without being greasy. Unlike many other oils, hemp seed nourishes dry skin without sticking to it. Thus it won’t clog pores as easily as other heavier oils. So if you’re looking for a good moisturizer that doesn’t leave a greasy residue, you’d do well to consider hemp seed oil.
- Hair: Hemp seed oil offers benefits to the hair as well. As such, there are many recipes for homemade shampoos, conditioners, and other hair products which call for the oil.
- Nails: Hemp oil makes great cuticle oil and can be used for manicures. It softens the cuticles along with providing it with omega 3 and 6.
Hemp is one of the first plants to have been domesticated by man. 5000 years ago, the Chinese cultivate it both for the weaving of clothes and the manufacture of paper (thanks to its fibers), but also integrate it in their pharmacopoeia and their food.
HOW IS IT MADE?
Hemp seed oil is fabricated from assortments of Cannabis sativa that don’t contain huge measures of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component exhibit in the cannabis plant. This assembling procedure commonly involves cleaning the seed to 99.99% cold pressing the oil.
*It’s important to note that being on this list doesn’t promise that it will work for your skin type.* Our skin will decide which oil it likes the most and remember that skin takes two weeks to turn over so anything that pops up between week 1-2 was probably already going to happen.
Like other substances that are high in fat, carrier oils have a limited shelf life. Meaning that eventually they will go bad. It’s important to store oils in their original air-tight containers in a cool, dark place, such as the pantry, to maximize shelf life.