Hemp Seed Oil - Raw/Virgin

Omega 3, 6, 9 (Sacred Harvest) Protein (Hair / Skin / Heart) European Source
250-500ml (8.45-16.9 fl. oz.) Oil

Virgin Hemp Seed Oil... Ultra-Nutritious, renowned as one of nature's superfoods. Beneficial for the skin, Hemp Seed Oil helps to solve skin lesions, balance dry skin and fight skin inflammations. This virgin oil is cold-pressed from the seeds of the Hemp Plant. 

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Ancient Purity presents Hemp Seed Oil’s many health benefits come from its rich content of 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids: gamma-linolenic acid, linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid. In addition, its ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids is 3:1. Sourced from the very best farm in Germany this Oil is a superior in its own right. It does not contain THC – the primary psychoactive compound in Marijuana. Sacred Harvest guarantee that our Hemp seed oil has 0.00% THC in it, children and babies can consume Hemp comfortably. Hemp seed oil is a great option for vegans and vegetarians, as it is a way of adding protein to their diet. Adding Hemp oil is a good way to increase your protein intake, and about 25% of the calories from Hemp oil are derived from protein. Virgin Hemp Seed Oil is considered to be a complete protein source, something that is very rare in the plant kingdom. Hemp Seed Oil offers all of the essential amino acids.

One of the great things about this German grown Hemp seed oil is that it is a rich natural source of omega-3 which comes from a renewable, sustainable source instead of taking fish from the oceans. Essential Fatty acids are extremely important for our diet, as well as externally for the skin. EFAs are needed for a healthy immune system, healthy cell structure, proper human growth, proper immune response, healthy hair, scalp and hair retention, healthy liver function, healthy reproductive function, healthy heart and circulation. Hemp seed oil is also one of the only oils that having sufficient levels of Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA or Omega 9). The high fatty acid profile of omega 3 fats and GLA naturally balance inflammation levels and help to strengthen the immune system.

Hemp Seed Oil - Information & Points to Research

  • Grown & Produced in Germany.
  • Clean, Safe, Nourishing, Medicinal Plant Seed Oil, Full Spectrum, Full body Nutrition. Use in Salads or Neat.
  • Natural Skin Support.
  • Omega 3, 6, 9.
  • Nutrition for the Heart.
  • Plant Powered Protein. 
  • Hormonal Balance.
  • Multifunctional Nutritional Oil.
  • Health Support for Men & Women.
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Sacred Harvest - Hemp Seed Oil

This German grown Hemp seed oil is made by the slow, cold-pressing method. It is important to avoid any kind of oxidation during this process to protect the potency of the oil and ensure the freshness of the oil. The EFA’s in Hemp seed oil are prone to rancidity. Therefore producing stable oil starts at the production (pressing) stage. We have ensured this oil has had minimal exposure to heat and oxygen through a process which replaces the ‘air’ in the production environment with pure nitrogen.

In addition to this, we also ensure that the temperatures are in the range to cold press the oil. These 2 factors create high-quality hemp seed oil. Fresh from the press...  This Hemp seed oil is freshly made in small batches, sourced from premium German Hemp seed only. These oils are pressed from this season’s fresh harvest of seeds, nuts and kernels, to retain quality potency and efficacy.

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Medicinal Plant, Nutritional Oil

Hemp Seed Oil & Heart Health: The fat profile of hemp seed oil is believed to prevent a wide range of heart conditions. A 2007 study discovered that the oil was able to prevent blood clotting. Researchers noted that this “may be of benefit in the protection against clot-induced strokes and myocardial infarctions.” In another study, researchers concluded that hemp seed oil may provide significant protection against stroke. And, a recent analysis conducted by the American Chemical Society found that the high levels of omega-3 fatty acids in the oil may offer beneficial physiological effects for coronary heart disease prevention. When it comes to hemp seed oil specifically, researchers have discovered that it is the specific sterols, which are organic compounds found in plants which are known to lower cholesterol and platelet aggregation in the oil that are responsible for this potential prevention of heart problems. Hemp seed oil also contains tocopherols, which reduce the risk of degenerative heart diseases, among a number of other conditions.

Healthy Complexion: Hemp seed oil is great to use on the skin for a more beautiful complexion. It is easily absorbed, moisturising without being greasy. Also, the oil can help to clean and detoxify skin, as well as even out skin tone. Unlike many other oils, hemp seed nourishes dry skin without sticking to it. Thus it won’t clog pores as easily as other heavier oils. So if you’re looking for a good moisturiser that doesn’t leave a greasy residue, you’d do well to consider hemp seed oil. Furthermore, hemp seed oil is similar to our skin’s own natural lipids. Thus it is able to penetrate cells to deeply moisturise both the epidermis and sub-dermal layers. Hemp seed oil is just one of many oils which can give you a radiant, youthful complexion. 

Hormone balance, PMS & Menopause Symptoms
In the 1980s, scientists discovered that hormone-like compounds known as prostaglandins play an important role in helping the body to function properly. They found that prostaglandins help smooth muscles contract, control body temperature and inflammation, and are also necessary for other bodily functions. Hemp seed oil is rich in GLA (gamma linolenic acid), which is considered to be a necessary building block for some prostaglandins. Researchers concluded that supplementing with GLA is important for optimal hormone health and may be the reason so many women who suffer from PMS have been helped by it. In a study of women with PMS, taking one gram of essential fatty acids (including 210 mg of GLA) daily resulted in a significant reduction in symptoms. Other studies have shown that evening primrose oil, which has a high level of GLA, was highly effective in decreasing symptoms for women had tried other PMS remedies but found no relief. It was able to decrease irritability and depression, breast pain and fluid retention associated with PMS. Because hemp oil is high in GLA, a number of studies have indicated that it may also help reduce menopause symptoms.

Hemp Seed Oil & Inflammation
Hemp seed oil contains a variety of plant sterols and alcohols. These compounds have been shown to reduce inflammation, a common factor in many different diseases. A study published in the Free Radical Biology & Medicine Journal conducted by the University of Mississippi Medical Center found that cannabidiol was helpful in lessening the impact of inflammation on oxidative stress, reducing the risk of organ damage and dysfunction. Oxidative stress and inflammation might lead to many different diseases, including Alzheimer’s, arthritis, hypertension, diabetes, and atherosclerosis. 

Hemp Seed Oil Gives

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Hemp Seed Oil Keeps Giving

Hemp Seed Oil & Joint Health: Also related to the reduction of inflammation, consumption of hemp seed oil has been associated with relief from certain body pain. A study published in the Journal of Arthritis and Rheumatism found that consuming GLA found in hemp seeds was able to decrease arthritis symptoms by 25%. This effect was compared against a placebo, which reduced symptoms by just 4%. Hemp seed oil’s high GLA content combined with its ideal ratio of omega-3/6 fats and other anti-inflammatory nutrients is believed to be why it is so effective. Here you can read more details: Hemp Oil Can Help Relieve Chronic Pain

Hemp Seed Oil & Acne: You might not think that using any kind of oil would be good for treating acne. However, because of its light consistency, hemp seed oil is actually fabulous for acne-prone skin. As mentioned above, it’s not greasy at all. Read this Medical News Article about: Is hemp oil effective in treating skin conditions? One great way to use hemp seed oil is as a carrier for other skin-healing oils. Add a few drops of neem oil which can help to heal acne marks and prevent scarring. You can also add a couple of drops of lavender oil which will further soothe inflammation. This concoction will help clear your skin without clogging pores.

Hemp Seed Oil & Weight-Loss: Substituting hemp seed oil for other oils in your diet can even help you lose weight. This effect is due in part to its rich nutrient content and healthy fatty acids. Also, according to multiple studies, including a 2007 study published in the Journal of Nutrition, the oil’s GLA content supports weight loss. GLA works as a natural appetite suppressant to help you feel full longer. GLA also reduces sugar cravings to help lower your overall calorie intake, as well as to curb inflammation. Try adding hemp seed oil to a smoothie in the morning to help curb excess hunger throughout your day.

Hemp & Hair: Hemp seed oil offers benefits to the hair as well. As such, there are many recipes for homemade shampoos, conditioners, and other hair products which call for the oil. Using hemp oil on the scalp can help improve blood circulation and prevent scalp infections. This results in stronger, healthier and longer hair growth. It also helps to thicken the texture of hair, prevent dandruff, and reduce hair loss. When used directly on the ends of the hair, it can moisturise and strengthen strands to prevent breakage.

Supporting Healthy Weight, Fitness and Women's Health

 ultra nutritious Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, renowned as one of nature's superfoods. Beneficial for the skin, as it helps to solve skin lesions, balance dry skin and fight skin inflammations. Cold pressed from the seeds of the hemp plant (Cannabis Sativa).

Virgin Hemp Seed Oil… Closing Thoughts

Although there is no recorded corroboration, it is believed hemp might have been grown in China 20,000 years ago. By the 16th century, hemp was a cash crop widely utilized for both its fibre and seed in Europe. Hemp was introduced to America in the New England region in 1645. Hemp-derived products were replaced with cotton products during the late 1800s due to the technical advancements in cotton ginning and reduced labour cost. Cordage and sailcloth were mainly made of hemp fibre, but demand for hemp further declined with the introduction of steam and petroleum powered ships. Historically, hemp seed and oil were used in a variety of products. Hemp seed oil was the most consumed lighting oil until 1870s. Then, hydrocarbon fuels and later electricity replaced hemp oil for lighting. Soap, linoleum, paints and varnishes were commonly formulated with hemp seed oil. There are reports about the use of seed oil in medicine for treatment of glaucoma and cancer, reducing cholesterol level in human blood and controlling high blood pressure. Hemp seeds were popular as birdseed and residual cake after oil extraction, also referred to as meal, marketed as cattle feed. Soup, porridge and gruels made with hemp seed flour were some of the dishes widely consumed in times of famine. 

High PUFA content and favourable omega-6: omega-3 fatty acid ratio of hemp seed oil provides opportunities for development of specialty nutritional formulations. Currently, hemp seed and oil markets are quite small due to the limited production and processing capacity available. Most of the products can be categorised as specialty rather than commodity products. Protein powders, specialty oils, energy bars and drinks, hemp milk and butter are some of the popular edible products. Mechanically pressed hemp seed oil is utilised as salad dressing, but oil is not suitable for high temperature applications because of its high unsaturated fatty acid content. Hemp seed oil is the main ingredient in a wide range of cosmetic products including liquid and bar soaps, creams, lotions and lip balm. Adulteration of hemp seed oil can be an issue due to its relatively higher value than commodity oils. De-hulled ground protein rich hemp seeds or flour can be used for making bread, cakes and granola bars. Roasted, salted and caramel coated hemp seeds are used as snacks in Turkey, China and the United States. Roasted seeds also are sold as a minor ingredient in energy bars and coffee blends. Butter made of hemp seed is claimed to have much higher nutritional value than peanut butter… Ancient Purity can’t wait to see what the future holds.

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  • Hemp Oil (Cannabis Sativa) 100% Natural.
  • Cold pressed from the seeds. Certified Soil Association Organic
  • Produced to ecological standards, free from agro-chemicals, non irradiated and GMO-Free.
  • Take 1-4 teaspoons daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
  • Can be mixed into smoothies, juices, oats, yoghurt or used on salads.
  • Virgin Hemp Seed Oil can be used as carrier oil for essential oils.
  • Topically: Can be massaged into the skin daily. We recommend applying it just before bedtime to get smoother softer skin or add a teaspoon to a hot bath.
  • Brand: Sacred Harvest/Ancient Purity.
  • Size: 250/500ml (8.45-16.9 fl. oz.).
  • Origin: Germany.
  • Extraction/ Production Method: Cold Pressing.
  • Container: Miron Glass Bottle / Amber Bottle.
  • Estimated shelf life from purchase: 1 - 2 years.
  • Storage: Keep it in a closed cabinet, dry, room temperature. Close the cap, keep out of reach of children.

Scientific Articles

Research Gate - Virgin hemp seed oil: An interesting niche product

National Library of Medicine - Hemp-seed and olive oils: their stability against oxidation and use in O/W emulsions

The House of Wellness - How hemp seed oil could benefit your health

Wikipedia – Hemp Seed Oil

Supporting Scientific Research

  1. Britt Erickson (4 November 2019). "USDA releases hemp production requirements". C&EN Global Enterprise. 97 (43): 17. doi:10.1021/cen-09743-polcon4. ISSN 2474-7408. S2CID 213055550.
  2. Sunflower oil, less than 60% of total fats as linoleic acid, fat composition, 100 g". US National Nutrient Database, Release 28, United States Department of Agriculture. May 2016. Retrieved September 6, 2017.
  3. Hemp, Cornbread. "The Difference Between Hemp Oil and CBD Oil". cornbreadhemp.com. cornbread hemp. Retrieved June 14, 2020.
  4. Tom Sanders, Fioa Lewis (February 26, 2009). "King's College Review of Nutritional Attributes of Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil" (PDF). Nutritional Sciences Division, King’s College, London. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 26, 2009.


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