Hemp Seed oil contains many fatty acids, proteins, vitamins, 21 amino acids including 9 essential amino acids and other nutrients that are beneficial and essential to the wellness of the body, especially for skin, hair and scalp. It’s true…

The oil is extracted mainly from the seeds of the Industrial hemp plant. Most people, however, easily confuse the hemp plant with marijuana; the latter with a controversial reputation. While INDUSTRIAL HEMP is scientifically classified as cannabis, it does not contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which has intoxicating properties.

Hemp seeds are rich in fatty acids Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9. Fatty acids are important for all systems to make sure that our body functions normally, including our hair, skin, circulatory system, brain and organs ensuring the well – being of your entire body. These fatty acids also have very strong preventive and curative qualities. The Omega 3 and 6 acids, termed essential fatty acids (EFA) are not produced on their own in your body. However, Omega 9 is a non- essential fatty acid produced naturally by the body whenever there is enough of Omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids.

OMEGA - An Amazing Nourishment
Omega-3 fatty acid nourishes hair from the roots, helps re-growth, increases hair strength and thickness, improves elasticity and nourishes a dry scalp. Omega-6 fatty acid stimulates hair growth and controls water loss in hair which leads to dry, frizzy hair. Omega-9 fatty acid makes hair softer and manageable and improves immune function. It is important to maintain a balance of these omegas, in order to benefit from them for your hair, skin and body.

Omega 6 and Omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids play a critical role in normal skin function and appearance. They are considered essential nutrients for the skin. Omega 6 plays an important role as the protector of the skin, in reducing harsh UV-induced damage, signs of skin aging and inflammation.

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