CBD Hemp Extract
CBD Hemp extract may refer to CBD or hemp seed extract, and there are vital differences between the two. Whether you are looking for CBD oil or hemp seed, both have become a popular addition to the health enthusiast’s diet, for the variety of benefits they offer. CBD and other hemp extracts are currently being used as a plant-based solution for those looking for a natural approach to self-care. They have been known to alleviate mild anxiety, promote healthy skin, act as an anti-inflammatory, and a natural pain reliever and as an addition of healthy omegas to a nutritious diet.
Hemp seed extract is available in various forms, including hemp seeds and hemp oil. They come from the Cannabis sativa plant. Within hemp seed extracts, you’ll find the nutrients to fuel your body, healthy fatty acids to aid hormone production and bioactive compounds that have a variety of uses. These seeds have less than 0.3% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which means they are not psychoactive and do not have the ‘high’ commonly attributed to cannabis.
CBD stands for cannabidiol. CBD oil Australia comes from stalks, stems and flowers of the Cannabis Sativa plant, but not the seeds. It is commonly used for aches and pains and general pain relief. It has also been used to assist those with mild anxiety, sleep or mood disturbances. Hemp oil, known also as hempseed oil, does not contain CBD but is an excellent way to ingest healthy fats, with the omega fatty acids being useful for skin care, skin health, acne and inflammation. It is high in amino acids and antioxidants, and a great addition to a healthy diet.
Hemp seed oil comes from the small seeds of the Cannabis sativa plant. The seeds do not contain the same levels of compounds as the plant itself, but they still have a rich profile of nutrients, fatty acids, and useful bioactive compounds. Hemp seed oil contains GLA (gamma-linoleic acid), an omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid needed for the synthesis of prostaglandins, that assist in many bodily processes. It also has a role in reducing menopause related inflammation and PMS. Those with acne-prone, dry skin or eczema may benefit from this plant-based, vegan-friendly alternative to moisturisers and as an aid to skin health. Hempseed oil contains an ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats for health, at a ratio of 3:1.
You can easily incorporate hemp seeds in your daily diet, by sprinkling them whole on your cereal or yoghurt, blending in smoothies or even adding to your baking recipes. Not only can they be used orally, but they can also be used cosmetically on skin. Wondering where to buy hemp seed? Look no further than our Organic hemp seeds and Organic Hemp Oil.