Hemp oil gained global health awareness in the 1990s. For years people used the oil until it was removed from the market because the oil was made from the seeds of the cannabis plant. Today, hemp oil is back in its place at the forefront of the world of nutrition and cosmetics. It is important to note that there are different types of hemp oil.
There is one variety that is expertly pressed and that is food products. Used in food and cosmetics. There is also a steam-distilled essential oil of the hemp plant, which is also used in cosmetic and aromatherapy practices.
In the 10th century, Native Americans began using cannabis oil to treat indigestion and anorexia, as well as external wounds and infections, asthma, menstrual cramps, and more.
Until the beginning of this century, plant fibers were used to make cloth, sails, and rope. However, for the sake of being environmentally friendly, many companies are remaking hemp fabrics.
Hemp oil is rich in unsaturated fats and essential fatty acids. About 30-35% by weight of linseed is oil, which is pressed in the manufacture of oil. This oil contains the essential fatty acids OMEGA 3 and OMEGA 6 in optimally high doses, just like breast milk.
Essential fatty acids are the basis of proper nutrition and recovery of the body from disease. Hemp oil is also a leader in the cosmetic industry. Clinical studies have shown that hemp oil is highly effective in treating serious skin problems ranging from eczema to burns.