Organic Hemp Seed Oil is good for your hair too. Adding shine and condition, using Organic Hemp Oil in your hair care regime will leave you with luscious locks in no time.
Use Hemp Oil as a conditioning hair treatment. Massage a few drops of oil into your scalp and hair, paying particular attention to the ends, cover with a towel and leave the oil work its magic. After at least half an hour, was as normal. Top Tip – add the shampoo to your hair and begin to lather before adding water. This will help emulsify the oil and will rinse out easier. You can add essential oils for extra hair boosting benefits and to fragrance your treatment. We recommend Lavender (#102) and Sweet Orange (#105).
Method of Extraction:
Fixed oil is expressed from the seeds of the Cannabis Sativa L., Cannabaceae
Organic Hemp Seed Oil is particularly effective during massage due to its lightweight texture and emollient properties, enabling it to easily glide over the body, leaving skin, feeling, soft and supple. Polyunsaturated fatty acids are thought to increase the skins capabilities at retaining moisture, keeping the skin hydrated and in optimal condition.
Appearance & Odour:
It is easily absorbed and excellent for the treatment of dry skin. The balance of essential fatty acids in hemp seed oil is similar to the skins own natural sebum. It is a good source of essential fatty acids and omega 3, 6 & 9. Organic Hemp seed oil is balancing and hydrating.
Organic Hemp Seed Oil is a great choice for the face as it is not prone for blocking pores. It draws moisture into the skin rather than simply sit on top of it. The oil has soothing properties and is great for those with dry and damaged skin. It is considered a dry oil, which means it is absorbed quickly by the skin and won’t leave it feeling greasy, making it ideal to use as a facial or body oil for excellent moisturisation without the residue.
How did we get so many “varieties” of the cannabis plant? For thousands of years, humans have been selectively breeding cannabis plants.
Neither Hemp Seed Oil nor Hemp Oil is considered Marijuana.
“Hemp Seed oil” comes from the seeds of the Cannabis sativa plant. The seeds do not contain CBD, but they still have a rich profile of nutrients, fatty acids, and useful bioactive compounds that can also have health benefits.
A Very Simple Comparison:
Hemp Seed Oil vs Hemp Oil (CBD) vs Cannabis “Marijuana” Oil
We use virgin, unrefined, organic hemp seed oil. Unrefined oils have not been bleached or deodorized and retain their natural scent, color, and nutritional benefits.
“Hemp oil” usually refers to CBD oil which is produced using the stalks, leaves, and flowers (buds) of the hemp plant. These oils contain a higher concentration of CBD.
Hemp seeds are basically the fruit or nut of the hemp plant. One of the world’s richest sources of polyunsaturated fats, hemp seed oil contains more naturally occurring essential fatty acids (EFA) than any other plant-derived oil. The oil is known for its amazing moisturizing properties due to its high level of both omega fatty acids and linoleic acid.
In hair care , hemp seed oil imparts luster and manageability to hair, bringing relief from dry scalp or hair damage.