Hemp - the most useful plant in the world

Hemp oil is considered one of the best moisturizing oils and one of the most “dry” ones as it absorbs quickly and does not leave a greasy film on the skin surface.

Cannabis Sativa hemp seed oil

Hemp oil is very versatile and its health-promoting effects ae proven both externally and food use.

Although they were forgotten, the wonderful properties of hemp oil are appreciated again! Hemp seed oil was used in antiquity and it is used today. Contemporary hemp oil products come in the form of an excellent series and professional cosmetics. You can literally feel its advantages on your own skin. Hemp (Cannabis Sativa) seed oil cosmetics can work real miracles by nourishing, healing and protecting your skin and hair. Hemp cosmetics available in our company are developed with the use of cutting-edge technologies which bring out what is best in hemp seeds. The quality of Hemp cosmetics is the attested by Certificate issued by MedicProgress in the Czech Republic.

Concentrated hemp oil in cosmetics is famous for its moisturizing and protective properties. It is also appreciated due to the presence of the pro-health Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. In fact hemp seed oil is classified as “dry” one as it is quickly absorbed and does not leave an oily film on the skin. The great properties of hemp oil are evidenced by its long history of use, which is undoubtedly worth exploring! Find out how the human civilization has benefited from hemp, and you will definitely want to try the best quality cosmetics with Cannabis Sativa oil!

Hemp oil - a long history of use

In ancient times, hemp was one of the most versatile and widely used plants. The oldest evidence of hemp cultivation was found in Taiwan, in a 10,000-year-old settlement, where tools for loosening hemp fibres from stems were found. In ancient China, hemp was mass-produced and used for making textiles and paper. Hemp seed oil was soon recognized which and has been extensively used in medicine for thousands of years. Nowadays, hemp is still cultivated on a large scale. For example, the construction of the first Ford in the 1940s was actually based on “hemp plastic”, and the engine burnt hemp oil

Hemp was also widely used in Poland. Hemp was used for manufacturing extremely strong and durable ropes. The pro-health properties of Cannabis Sativa oil were also appreciated. Hemp oil was used as garnish and dressing (after all, hemp seed oil is one of the richest sources of amino acids and fatty acids that have an excellent balance between omega-3, -6 and -9).

Why would hemp itself and hemp oil be forgotten? It is because of the anti-drug policy in the United States in the 1950s and banning the plant without distinguishing between marijuana and hemp with its miraculous properties. Its use in recent years has been limited to the chemical industry: manufacture of paints, varnishes and soap. Fortunately, hemp returns to favour and we rediscover its beneficial effects!

Cannabis sativa oil contains

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OMEGA-6

OMEGA-3

OMEGA-6 to OMEGA-3

The beneficial effect of hemp oil

High content of essential fatty acids (EFA) gives hemp oil prominent nutritional, immunostimulatory, antiallergic, regenerative and anti-aging effects. They contribute to improving lipid metabolism, especially in seborrheic skin and acne – the sebum becomes thinner and does not block the sebaceous glands, which prevents acne lesions and other skin conditions.

The advantages of using EFAs

EFAs make your skin more elastic, smooth, deeply moisturized. Your complexion looks nicer, and any type of irritation and inflammatory diseases (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, eczema) are alleviated. There is evidence that hemp oil has an anti-cancer effect on the human skin