100% hemp seed oil
Cold pressed, unrefined.
Hemp (Cannabis sativa) oil has been used in nutrition, cosmetics and medicinal purposes since ancient times. Nowadays, it is believed that hemp oil is even more valuable than every other plant oil and also fish oil – it is possible to get ecologically cleaner (we are certified biological farm and do not use artificial fertilizers and chemicals or pesticides), it contains more
usable and better balanced amino acids, Omega 3 and 6, and also Omega 9,- which are not in fish oil. Due to the composition of the substances in hemp oil, hemp is sometimes called the queen of the plant kingdom.
Hemp seed oil, as well as linseed oil, has always been the most popular and widely used oil – two plant "base oils" that have been used daily by our ancestors for thousands of years. The positive effects of hemp oil on the human body can be explained by the fact that the body does not reject and adapt this natural product and its substances due to their optimal
When consumed, the recommended daily dose is 1-2 tablespoons per day, but it is especially recommended for vegetarians.
This cold pressed hemp seed oil can be added to salads, soups, etc. but it is not suitable for heating or frying.
Hemp oil can be stored in unopened packaging for up to 12 months in a cool, dark place (preferably up to + 7°C). Once opened, the oil should be stored
only in the refrigerator or cool place. As the oil is unrefined, it may precipitate over time.
Nutritional value 100g:
Energy value 875 kcal / 3700kJ
Fat – 100g, of which:
Saturated fatty acids – 8g
Monounsaturated – 12g
Omega 9 – 12g
Polyunsaturated – 79g, incl.
Omega 3 – 20g
Omega 6 – 59 g
Carbohydrates – 0g
Protein – 0g, salt – 0g.
Hemp is a good source of nutrition, containing high levels of essential fatty acids, amino acids, and vitamins and minerals. It is also a good source of protein and has been shown to have potential health benefits, such as reducing inflammation and helping with heart health. However, it is important to note that more research is needed to fully understand the potential health benefits of hemp and how it may interact with other medications or supplements. It’s always best to consult with your healthcare provider before adding any new supplement to your diet.