Hemp Seed Oil
Cold pressed Hemp Seed Oil contains the perfect balance of omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, including the essential omega 6 GLA, fat fighting CLA, and immune supporting polyphenol antioxidants.
Cold pressed Hemp Seed Oil helps reduce cholesterol, assist joint pain, reduce symptoms of PMS, and rapidly reduces symptoms of eczema and acne.
Hemp seed oil has a bold nutty flavour great for salad dressings, dips, smoothies and is also used for skin care treatments. All our products are 100% natural, grown organically and processed in food safe, allergen free environments.
NOW ONLY $19.95 Everyday
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $30
Hemp Seed Oil is cold pressed from the seeds of the Cannabis Sativa plant. The fatty acids within the oil can assist in reducing brain inflammation and treats atopic dermatitis. It is the only plant based source of naturally occurring Vitamin D, is high in chlorophyll, Antioxidants and helps with boosting the immune system.
Hemp Seed Oil is a powerful anti-inflammatory that works in assisting cholesterol reduction. It can also assist with problems associated with the heart, arthritis, diabetes, anxiety and attention span. It is a natural UV resistant, and helps protect the skin while also repairing damage.
Hemp Seed Oil supplementation has many known health benefits and can be used to assist with:
Heart, liver, kidney, bowel, gallbladder, arthritis, immunity, diabetes, auto-immune disorders, hormonal balance, reproduction, PMS, menopause, allergies, metabolism, nerve and brain function, anxiety, attention span, muscle recovery, physical performance, lactic acid reduction in joints, eczema & skin health. It is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-yeast.
Disclaimer: Hemp oil is not designed to diagnose, treat or cure any illness. Hemp oil can be used as an additional supplement by itself or as part of an ongoing medical treatment plan. Along with a healthy diet and regular exercise, hemp oil improves health.
Can hemp oil make you high?
No. Hemp seed oil contains less than o.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the psychoactive compound found in marijuana which makes you high. Australian legislation allows up to 1% THC threshold in industrial hemp seed crops, making our hemp foods safe and compliant.
Can you use hemp oil for frying or deep-frying?
It’s best not to use hemp oil for frying. Much like olive oil, unrefined hemp oil should not be used for high temperatures or deep-frying. High temperatures can cause trans-fatty acids to form, and the oil can end up smoking.
What does Hemp Seed Oil contain?
If you have a sensitive stomach, or digestive issues, it is recommended to take smaller doses to start and test your body’s response to supplementation.
Hemp Seed Oil contains Omega-3, Omega-6, & Omega-9 fatty acids. Every 100g of Hemp Seed Oil contains around 100-150 mg of Vitamin E, so you can meet your daily intake of Vitamin E with one to two tablespoons. Please also refer to the full nutritional profile on this page for more a more in depth breakdown.
Hemp Seed Oil does not contain any phytic acids or phytate. These anti-nutrients inhibit the absorption of nutrients and can result in iron and zinc deficiencies.
What is GLA and why is it important?
Hemp is high in Gamma Linoleic Acid, which is an Omega-6 fatty acid. This is considered an essential fatty acids that helps to boost human health. GLA reduces inflammation, with some studies suggesting it protects DNA. GLA may be useful for aiding conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, eczema and acne, high blood pressure, menopausal symptoms, osteoporosis, and premenstrual syndrome when used alongside your medical treatment plan. Always consult your treating physician before making a change to any medication you use.
Why are Omega-3 fatty acids needed for the brain?
Omega-3 fatty acids helps to reduce brain inflammation. Omega-3s can help to treat symptoms of depression and generally aid to improve mood. There is also some evidence to suggest it can even assist with other mental health disorders such as anxiety, bipolar, and schizophrenia. It can help to improve cognition and even aid in treating conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.
What impact does edible hemp seed oil have on blood sugar?
Hemp seed oil has a low carbohydrate content, as a result of this it has a low blood sugar index. The fatty acids within hemp seed oil works to speed up the metabolism and moderate blood sugar levels. As a result of this, hemp seed oil can often be considered an appropriate herbal treatment for conditions such as diabetes after discussions with your treating medical physician.
Who is hemp oil safe for?
Hemp oil is safe for use by pregnant women and babies. It can be used to improve health, as well as to reduce any stretch marks. If you have any concerns about supplementing with hemp oil within a balanced diet please consult with your General Practitioner before use.
Is this product Vegan friendly?
Yes, it is vegan friendly. In addition, it is free of gluten, dairy, soy, THC, pesticides, herbicides and is also GMO free.