Is Hemp Seed Oil Right For You?


Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil


Hemp oil is filled with so many good for you vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats such as: magnesium, potassium, Vitamin B1 & B2, Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids, and Vitamin E. We benefit from all the good stuff found in hemp oil in two ways: by eating it and applying it to our skin!


Hemp seed oil is made from the only edible seed that contains gamma-linolenic acid. This substance is needed to regulate hormone levels and it can diminish hormone related acne.


Psoriasis is caused by a deficiency of omega-6 fatty acids and since hemp oil is chock full of these wonderful omegas, it’s very effective in treating psoriasis. It also hydrates and helps bring oxygen to your skin, making it an effective treatment for eczema, and dry, itchy skin.


Hemp oil fills skin with extra moisture and stimulates the natural production of collagen which helps fight fine lines and wrinkles, making this a really great anti-aging ingredient.


The abundance of fatty acids may make the oil an excellent choice for nourishing the skin and protecting it from inflammation, oxidation, and other causes of aging. The topical application of hemp seed oil strengthens the skin and makes it able to resist infection.



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Hemp Oil vs CBD Oil: What’s the Difference?


Nowadays, hemp is making a major comeback. It’s grown for cleaning soil, making biodegradable hemp plastic, and even making hempcretes which can be used to build houses. However, hemp’s real money maker is hemp-derived CBD products.


Because of the 2014 Farm Bill, hemp with high levels of CBD but only trace amounts of THC, can be grown around the U.S. in accordance with state-sponsored programs. Then, these hemp-derived CBD products, like oils, capsules, and even vape cartridges, can be bought and sold around the U.S.


Hemp-derived CBD products have tons of medical benefits. They can help with inflammation caused by autoimmune disorders and they can reduce the amount of seizures in people and children with epilepsy. These CBD oils are also known to help people with anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain – and that’s just the beginning. New uses of hemp-derived CBD are being discovered constantly.


Hemp seed oil, often simply called “hemp oil” is different than hemp-derived CBD oil. Hemp seed oil products are not derived from the flowers, leaves, and stalks of industrial plants like hemp-derived CBD. Instead, hemp oil is made from hemp seeds which do not contain any CBD or other cannabinoids.


However, hemp seed oil does contain a ton of vitamins, minerals, protein, and healthy fatty acids, like omega-3 and omega-6, making them a great addition to any well-balanced diet. Sometimes called hemp hearts, hemp seeds are the next big super food and hemp seed oil is right behind!





Infusing Herbs into Hemp Seed Oil for Optimal Skin Health


Adding herbs to enhance an oil and design a customized unique recipe provides an array of beneficial actions for skins optimal health. By extracting beneficial properties of leaves, flowers, stems, and roots into oil, the herb’s phyto-medicinal properties are transferred to the oil for treatment of the skin and body. Infusing oils with herbs is probably one of the oldest forms of medicine-making!



Are you using Hemp Seed Oil in your skin care?

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