PC Nutrition Hemp Seed Oil – In Focus

Hemp Oil or Hemp Seed Oil is a popular oil found in dietary supplements, cosmetics and culinary applications. It is also a favorite among nutrition experts, because of its unique fatty-acid profile.
Extracted from a different variety of cannabis, (not the type people ingest to get “high”), it contains no THC. However, the medical benefits have been recognized for centuries and more are discovered every day. OneLifeUSA’s PC Nutrition brand Hemp Seed Oil is made from virgin hemp oil which is cold pressed and cold filtered. This oil has a pleasant nutty smell and (depending on the time of harvest) a green to yellow color. Packaged in liquid caps, makes it easy to enjoy the benefits of this classic health food any time or place.

Thanks to the recent passage of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (aka the 2018 Farm Bill), hemp production is now federally legalized in the U.S.

Features:

  • Sourced from Hemp (Cannabis sativa) plant seeds.
  • 1000mg Hemp Seed Oil per serving.
  • Rich plant based source of Omega 3’s, 6’s and 9’s.
  • Non-GMO product.

What the experts say:

Can hemp oil help lower cholesterol levels?
One area that has been researched extensively is the use of hemp oil to treat cardiovascular conditions because of the balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Like other unsaponifiable vegetable oils (eg, rapeseed and soybean oils), hemp oil appears to be effective in lowering cholesterol levels due to the β-sitosterols present.”

By Chloe Bennett, B.Sc., Reviewed by Dr. Jennifer Logan, MD, MPH

Many people use hemp or CBD oil as a form of natural pain relief, especially if the pain is a result of inflammation.

By Jon Johnson Reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT, Published in MedicalNewsToday.

The Next Big Thing for Memory: Hemp Seed – Oz goes back in time to when this super seed was groovy! Now he’s bringing it back to debunk common misconceptions about hemp – and how it can help strengthen your memory and calm stress.

Originally aired on 11/18/2013

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