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The Untold Benefits of Hemp Oil

Jessica Williams |

Have you ever seen hempseed oil around but avoided it because you didn’t know that much about it? Maybe you thought it was illegal or unsafe. I used to think so anyway.

The hemp plant is often shrouded in controversy because of its loose association with marijuana. Let’s clear this up right now. While hemp trees belong to the same genus as cannabis, completely different in a number of ways. The most important being that hemp is completely legal.

Knowledge is power. If you take a little time to look into benefits of hemp oil, you’ll kick yourself for not using it before.

What is Hemp Seed Oil?

Hemp oil, or hempseed oil, is a popular oil type from a unique species of cannabis, most notably the tall-growing varieties referred to as hemp. This oil is clean, clear, and LEGLLAY sold for public use.

Not only is this oil safe to use, but it is also often recommended because it is packed full of Omega-3 and Omega-6 compounds, polyunsaturated fatty acids, and insoluble fiber. Hemp oil is good for our bodies, inside and out. While the two plants are related, it is important to remember they are not the same. Even though cannabis is gaining in popularity, it is still illegal in many states. With hemp oil, you get a ton of the same benefits, without any risk of breaking the law.

It is Perfectly Safe to Use

You can find hemp oil in a variety of concentrations. This is due to the fact that there are many different ways of processing the plant.

Don’t let the abundance of choice concern you, no matter what type you choose, you can rest assured that the oils can only be sold once it has been refined and deemed safe for human use. 

Uses and Health Benefits of Hemp oil

Alright, you got the picture, hemp oil is safe and legal. Now what? Check out just a few of the different ways you can reap the benefits of this oil.

Hemp for your kitchen

Hemp oil tastes good. Don’t laugh; I’m serious.

When it comes to choosing cooking oils, many people reach straight for coconut oil or peppermint. Don’t count out hemp. Along with its slightly nutty and crispy taste, the oil still serves as an excellent alternative to olive oil for your salad or any dressing mixtures.

Hemp oil is known to help low cholesterol levels and increase your metabolism. This means you’ll burn fat quicker and can even help with weight loss.

Just remember not to overheat the oil if you’re using it for cooking. High temps will turn the unsaturated fats in the oil to the not so good for us saturated ones.

Hemp oil for Vegans and Diabetics

With just the right balance of Omega-3 and Omega-6 vegetarians score big in delivering the nutrients they need in an easy way.

People with diabetes can use hemp oil to help keep their blood sugar levels in check. Add it to food confidently knowing that it contains very low levels of carbohydrates and sugar.

Maintaining Proper Organ Functioning and Hormonal Balance

Protect yourself by using hemp oil. This natural oil can help keep your cells healthy and shielded from attack. The fatty acids act attach themselves to our cell membranes to fight against demyelination, which will keep your nervous system from slowing down.

Women, this is another reason to add hemp oil into your food. It is the only seed that contains gamma-linolenic acid, which your body metabolizes into a hormone that helps regulates menopausal health and keeps your hormonal balance levels normal.

Hemp oil and Body Care Products

Another typical application of hemp oil is in soaps, body oils, body creams, lotions and other body care products.

With a significant percentage of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, hemp works like lipids in moisturizing the skin. In fact, it’s been known to help nourish and rejuvenate your outer skin while at the same time increasing blood circulation.

Products made using this oil sell well because of hemp’s antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, and antifungal properties. It is a natural oil, perfect as for moisturizing especially after taking a shower. It is ideal for the elimination of psoriasis or skin inflammations.

Use some to treat dry, dehydrated skin, add it to your hair conditioner, or use it to massage your nail cuticles.

What will you use the oil for?

It is clear that the nutritional value of hemp Oil cannot be underestimated. The oil doesn’t have any psychotropic effect and works against a host of illnesses, including cancer, ulcers, diabetes, anxiety, and insomnia. It is 100% natural with no severe side effects, although it is recommended you consult your doctor before beginning use if you have any medical concerns.

The only question left is how many ways are you going to use it and which is your favorite?


About The Author

Jessica Williams is a writer, a foodie, and an adventurer. She will go to extraordinary lengths in the search for good foods and will try any food at least once. Traveling to different parts of the world has opened her eyes to the benefits of holistic approaches to life and wellness and is always happy to chat or learn from others. You can find her at her site here essentialoildiffuser.io or contact her on Twitter.




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  1. This was a wonderful informative post you shared on this page about the benefits of hemp seed oil ,if you want to control the cracks of your skin and remove it rapidly then the most easiest method is to start a proper treatment with the concern of this matter to remove this kind of problem by understanding the procedure of applying hemp seed oil on the skin and keep it in your mind don’t work durimg the light of sun because the rays of sun damaged the upper layer of skin and increase the cracks on the skin after some time you will be notice the skin color can be changed and your skin becomes dray ,So take care of skin and avoid to work in a rays of run .

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