Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil (Cannabis sativa L.) is extracted from hemp seeds at a temperature of about 40°C. It has a green colour and characteristic earthy taste and smell, which may resemble the taste of sunflower or nuts. Hemp oil has been known for hundreds of years. This precious product was used both in cosmetics and in the kitchen, as well as in other areas (e.g. it is still used for the production of paints).
Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil should be consumed only in raw form, only then retains its properties. Due to its consistency and properties, it is not suitable for frying and does not require additional heating. The oil contains Omega 3 and Omega 6 acid, extremely valuable in everyday diet. It can be applied externally to the skin, as well as care for hair or nails.
Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil should be stored in the refrigerator (at a temperature of about 5-10°C) both before and after opening and it is intended for cold consumption only.
How To Use Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil Health Embassy
Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil can be also consumed separately in a dose 1-2 tbsp daily.
In the kitchen
Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil is perfect for salads and dressings, but also for spreading sandwiches. It can be spread on the toast, or on raw, baked or cooked vegetables or pasta, etc.
Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil could be added to shampoo or hair conditioner. It also strengthens nails that tend to break.
Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil moisturizes the skin, so you can use it separately or add a few drops to face cream. It can be used also as a body lotion, bath oil, eye serum.
Massage Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil into your face before going to bed. Remember that oil must be applied to cleansed skin.
Rub 1 tbsp of Fresh Cold Pressed Hemp Seeds Oil into the scalp and wait about 10 minutes. Then wash your head with shampoo.
Please note, that this description contains only a few ways of possible usage Hemp Seeds Oil. We encourage you to seek more knowledge and recipes on the internet and literature.