This cold filtered, cold processed, Hemp Seed Oil is a fabulous way to get healthy fats, prevent rapid aging, and a wonderful addition to a healthy lifestyle.
Users of Hemp Seed Oil have reported softer skin, and stronger nails and hair after only a few weeks of using 1-2 Tablespoons per day.
The vitamins and minerals present in Hemp Seed Oil are easily absorbed through the skin and or intenstines, resulting in a more vitamin and mineral enriched body care product or many food products.
Hemp Seed Oil Specifications
Color: Light Rich Green
Flavor: Similar to Olive Oil and Sun Flower Oil
Size: 5 Gallon (128oz)
Method of Process: Virgin Cold-pressed
Benefits of Conventional Hemp Seed Oil
- You're SUPPORTING Local Organic Farmers
- You're investing in a vital industry that can revolutionize the world.
- Tasty nutty flavor
- Rich source of Omega-3 and Vitamin E
- Cold-Pressed, Cold Filtered, First Press
- No hexane
- Great for many applications
Suggested Consumption & Storage of Hemp Seed Oil:
One tablespoon of hempseed oil or 1 ounce of shelled hempseed supplies roughly 6.6 grams of omega-6 and 2.2 grams of omega-3 – just the amounts needed for a 2000-calorie diet.
This is a suitable amount even for vegetarians and takes into account the conversion ration of 1% ALA to DHA, the currently accepted conversion rate for plant sources of omega-3.
Hemp Seed Oil is best stored in the fridge or best in a freezer.
It will stay fluid and does not need to be defrosted. One to 3 tablespoons is the suggested daily intake for adults; athletes up to 3 tbsp; children can take half that amount; and breast-fed babies obtain its benefits through the mother’s milk.
Hemp Seed Oil Nutrition Facts
|HEMP SEED OIL
Analysis of Hempseed Oil
Vitamin A 8,700 IU/lb.
Vitamin E <1 mg /100g
Chlorophyll 6 ppm
Fat Stability AOM 5 hours
Free Fatty Acid 0.94%
Insoluble Matter 0.01 %
Iodine Value 166.5
Peroxide Value 7.0 meg/kg
Saponification Value 192.8
Specific Gravity 0.9295 at 20C
Unsaponifiable Matter 0.28%
Smoke Point 165 C
Flash Point 141 C
Melting Point (-8 C)
Fatty Acid Analysis of Hempseed Oil
Palmitic Acid C16:0 6.1 %
Palmitoleic Acid C 16: 1 0.3%
Heptadecanoic Acid C17:0 0.2%
Stearic Acid C18: 1 2.1 %
Oleic Acid C18:1 12.0%
Linoleic Acid (LA) C18:2 56.9%*
Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) C18:31.7%**
Linolenic Acid (LNA) C18.3 18.9%*
Arachidic Acid C20:0 0.5%
Eicosenoic Acid C20:1 0.3%
Behenic Acid C22:0 0.3%
Erucic Acid C22: 1 0.2%
Lignoceric Acid C24:0 0.3%
Nervonic Acid C24: 1 0.2%
*=essential fatty acid. This1:3 LNA:LA ratio is called ''the optimum balance" by Dr. Udo Erasmus, author of the book Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill, an authoritative book on edible oils and fats.
** "GLA" is Omega-6 Super GLA, less commonly found in fish and flaxseed oils.