Hemp oil, properties and use
The oil obtained from hemp seeds is a natural product with extraordinary qualities. The multiplicity of its benefits is due in particular to the presence of essential fatty acids and active ingredients that make it a natural antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating remedy. It is also particularly beneficial to combat the symptoms of cooling diseases that affect the respiratory system, thanks to the ability to bronchodilation that makes it a valuable ally in case of problems in the upper and lower respiratory tract. Excellent for treating sinusitis, tracheitis, asthma and various inflammations in the respiratory tract. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, this oil can also be used in case of arthritis or muscle and joint pain as well as to combat cramps due to the menstrual cycle.
Hemp oil is also great for the intestine that allows you to flaam and regularize. This natural remedy can be used for example in case of jambs or irritable intestines. Its benefits are also evident on cholesterol and triglycerides; regularly consuming hemp oil, in fact, helps to lower the fats present in the blood and therefore reduces the cardiovascular risk. It also has a beneficial effect on the nervous system and has shown, among other things, the ability to improve attention and memory.
Many people successfully experience it as a remedy to strengthen the immune system, in this case it should be taken every day as a normal dietary supplement especially at the appearance of the first cold and in the changes of season.
Of the oil cold extracted from the Seeds of Hemp Sativa you can also make topical use in case of skin problems such as dermatitis, eczema, dandruff, psoriasis, acne, etc. In this case, we recommend the internal use associated with the external one.
Hemp oil can be considered a real natural supplement useful for the well-being of the organism both in the preventive phase and in the treatment of some problems.
Hemp oil is rich in nutrients and substances important for our health: vitamins, mineral salts, amino acids, phytosterols, etc. Surely, however, its main dowry is to be one of the few plant sources of alpha linolenic acid, better known as acid of the Omega 3 series. It is a substance that we can take only and exclusively with nutrition and therefore defined as "essential". It is important to emphasize that hemp oil offers a perfect balance between Omega 3 and Omega 6 (3:1 ratio) which is fundamental to be able to make sure that our body makes the best use of these fats. The proportion of 3:1 is recommended by the latest medical research as the most balanced.
How to use hemp oil? Raw on vegetables, salads, soups or wherever you prefer. If, on the other hand, you want to integrate because of its richness in essential fatty acids and to exploit its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating properties you can also take it as it is like a natural supplement. If it is consumed as a prevention, 1 teaspoon or 2 per day is enough, if instead it is used for healing purposes often the recommended dose varies from 1 to 3 tablespoons.
For cosmetic use, experience the beneficial effect of hemp oil on the hair: take a small dose of it and massage the skin and the entire length of the hair for a few minutes after which rinse thoroughly. In this way, with constant use, the problem of dandruff is reduced and the hair becomes stronger and brighter.
Hemp oil is a product suitable for everyone, including children and the elderly. There are therefore no particular contraindications to its use.
Online and in our Chiasso store you can find:
Organic hemp seed oil and hemp seed oil and organic pumpkin seeds, by Ecopassion. Cold squeezing. With a high content of omgea 3 and 6 unsaturated fatty acids in an ideal ratio, rich in vitamins E and minerals.
Ideal and recommended for cold consumption. To keep the nutrients intact, it is recommended to keep it in the refrigerator.