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Hemp seed oil
Ingredients: 100% hemp seed oil (Cannabis sativa L.) cold-pressed by the traditional method at a temperature not exceeding 38°C, unfiltered, unrefined, without any additives - all-natural, always fresh.
We press the oils once a week, so you are guaranteed a supply of fresh product.
Traditionally pressed hemp seed oil
Hemp seed oil cold-pressed in the traditional method has a distinctive greenish colour due to its chlorophyll content and a rich, yet delicate nutty and spicy flavour. It has an optimal fat profile. There is no other vegetable oil with a total content of 80-85% unsaturated fatty acids. Hemp seed oil is a valuable rarity among vegetable oils. It has an ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3, the ratio being 3 to 1. Characteristic and rare in the plant kingdom is the presence of γ-linolenic acid (GLA), a member of the omega-6 family of acids. GLA has anti-inflammatory effects and supports the functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems.
The most important health-promoting properties of GLA acid are:
- alleviation of allergy symptoms (eczema, asthma),
- alleviation of the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis,
- normalisation of high blood pressure,
- blood thinning,
- supporting the proper functioning and hydration of the skin.
Also important is the presence of stearidic acid in hemp oil, which allows the body to produce the omega -3 acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) on its own. The production of stearidic acid is unfortunately impaired in most people, so it must be supplied externally. However, almost no food products contain this acid.
Hemp and cholesterol
Hemp also contains Omega-9 fatty acids, which lower cholesterol and dissolve deposits in the blood vessels. These fatty acids lower LDL cholesterol - the bad cholesterol that leads to atherosclerosis - and raise 'good' HDL cholesterol. Omega 9 fatty acids, like Omega-3 fatty acids, also protect against heart attacks and strokes.
Hemp oil also contains many vitamins: A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, D and E (a powerful antioxidant) and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulphur, potassium, iron, zinc and phosphorus. It also contains vitamin K, which is essential for the synthesis of enzymes, proteins and affects blood clotting. The oil is also rich in phytosterols. Use: It should only be used cold. Once opened, it should be stored in the refrigerator. Hemp oil can be consumed in salads, with cheese, on fresh bread, with porridge, with onions and garlic.
Hemp oil properties
Following the eminent herbal and phytotherapy expert Dr. Henryk Różanski, hemp seed oil has the following properties: it inhibits the aggregation of blood cells, reducing the risk of heart attack and embolism. Reduces the production of pro-inflammatory mediators. Accelerates granulation and regeneration of mucous membranes and skin. Can be used in a mixture with lime water to treat wounds and burns. In addition, for poultices on dry impetigo and eczema. It can be helpful in the care of skin with atopic inflammation, psoriasis and ulcers. With vitamin A (admix in liquid form), use for the care of dry skin, with sores and for treating frostbite. Instead of liquid vitamin A, a little bit of fish oil can be added to the hemp oil. Hemp oil has an anti-atherosclerotic effect. Recommended for nail diseases, hair diseases, rheumatic diseases, multiple sclerosis and hypertension. Take 1 tablespoon of oil orally 1-2 times a day or in cold dishes Hemp seed oil is particularly recommended for young people during periods when they are studying a lot and for children during periods of convalescence.
 Sergeant S. i in., Gamma-linolenic acid, dihommo – gamma linolenic, eicosanoids and inflammatory processes; Eur J Pharmacol, Aug 2006
 Dr Henryk Różański https://rozanski.li/252/olej-z-konopii/