Australia Made, Australian Certified Organic Cold-Pressed Hemp Oil. Hemp is considered one of the most nutritious plants in the world and the seeds contain all 20 amino acids, including the 9 essential ones that our bodies cannot produce on its own.
– Food grade oil with smooth nutty taste
– Ideal 3:1 Omega-6:Omega-3 ratio
– Help the body to metabolise fat
– Counteract aging
– Lower cholesterol
– Increase immune system strength
– Prevent cardiovascular diseases
– Cholesterol-fighting Phytosterols
– 15 times as much fat-fighting CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) as fish oil
– Certified Organic Cold-Pressed Hemp Oil 250ml / 500ml / 1l (2x500ml)/ 1.5l (3x500ml)
Usage (Only for countries where hemp food is allowed for consumption)
Delicious hemp oil can be used as a salad dressing, for dripping bread into, for making sauces or simply drizzled over meals to boost their nutrient content. Hemp oil has a pleasant nutty flavor and can be used the same way that you might use olive oil, but it must be used raw or in very low heat (under 160 degrees Fahrenheit). It can be added to smoothies, shakes, vegetables, pasta, salads, and dressings.
Can be used as a treatment for various skin conditions, as a general skin moisturizer, an excellent massage base oil (add favourite essential oils), an easily absorbed face and body moisturiser. If you have dry and itchy skin, hemp seed oil can be used as a soothing and revitalizing moisturiser. The oil has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and has been shown to counteract the aging process in skin.
In Australia we sell hemp products for cosmetic and animal use only.
Typical Analysis (per 100g)
– Energy 3517kj
– Protein 0g
– Carbohydrate 0g
– Fat 93.5g
– Sodium 0g
– Potassium 0g
FATTY ACID PROFILE
– Omega-3 Linolenic 16.5g
– Omega-6 Linoleic 53.5g
– Omega-6 GLA 3.5g
– Omega-9 Oleic 13.5g
Download hemp food and skincare recipes here:Hemp_Recipes
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