Hemp Oil (Natural, Unrefined) - Unrefined Cold Pressed Hempseed Oil is an excellent source of important fatty acids such as Omega-6 Linoleic acid and Omega-3 Linoleic acid. In addition, it contains Gamma-Linoleic Acid (GLA). It is unique in its ability provide a perfect proportion of these fatty acids. These fatty acid components help to protect our skin from excessive water and moisture loss. You should refrigerate or freeze Hempseed oil. The unrefined natural hemp is a dark green brown and has a strong nutty scent. It helps to create a wonderfully silky smooth bar of soap with excellent lather. Usage rates are recommended under 15%. Saponification Value- 187-197.
Unsaturated fatty acids in % of total fatty acids Palmitoleic (16:1) .12% Oleic acid (18:1 omega-9) 10.5% Linoleic acid (18:2 omega-6)55.2% gamma-Linolenic acid (18:3 omega-6)3.10% alpha-Linolenic acid (18:3 omega-3)20.0% Stearidonic acid (18:4 omega-3)1.20% Eicosaenoic acid (20:1) 0.5%
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed OilCommon Name: Hemp Seed Oil Extraction Method: Cold Expeller Pressed Shelf Life: 2 years
I love love love this Hemp Seed Oil. Great for a variety of products and better for your skin!
Last night I made for the first time a whipped body butter. Using the Hemp Seed Oil made my whipped body butter feel like velvet! It is amazing! I bought a 1 pound to try but will purchase a 7 pound next time and use it in all my lotion bars and creams! Its excellent!
i don't know how much this oil is supposed to last, but mine got rancid pretty quickly, i highly recommend customers to refrigerate this product. I don't know if the oil i got wasn't fresh enough, but in either case brambleberry should warn customers to store in cold.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Stephanie! The Natural Hemp Seed Oil has a shelf life of 6 months to 1 year. Though, as noted on the product page, we do recommend refrigerating or freezing this oil to keep it fresh!
I have not yet used the CP soap I made with hemp oil, but I did want to say that it came out a beautiful shade of green, exactly what I was looking for since I used rosemary EO for an herbal fragrance.
Was wondering if this is edible hemp seed oil
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Elsa! We do not recommend ingesting any of our products. While some of them are technically food grade (oils, salts, butters etc.) they are stored in a warehouse that is not considered "food-safe" by the FDA. Also our employees are not required to follow food-safe standards like hairnets and masks. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
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