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Hemp Oil: A Super Food
For all of you who are still on the “Just Say No” bandwagon, you would think that the hemp seed oil, which is derived from the seeds of the cannabis plant, is not that another way for Dang hippies to gain height. However, while the flowers of this plant are capable of controversial mild hallucinations and do everything on FOX News seems hilarious, seeds and oils beneficial fatty they contain, will not such a thing. In fact, hemp seed oil is considered one of the most beneficial supplements a person can take to maintain an active and healthy life.
Once upon a time before politicians and business interests were involved, hemp was an important crop in all industrial and medicinal. On the health front, the seeds of the hemp plant were found to be an almost perfect food source, containing 80% essential fatty acids that our body needs and edestins globule which is a rare protein is similar to the globulin. Hemp oil is easily digestible and contains almost all essential fatty acids that the body needs to stay in good working order. Modern research studies have found that taking hemp oil on a regular basis can help repair a damaged immune system and even reverse loss making it an important natural addition for both cancer patients and People with AIDS
Taking hemp oil internally can:
Help with motor
Ease arthritis pain
Strengthen the immune system
Decrease Sun Damage is associated with skin
People with disorders caused by a deficiency in Los Angeles (omega 6) and LNA (Omega 3) can be treated by taking hemp oil because it has these essential fatty acids (EFA) in balanced, ideal proportions .
Hemp oil has a low level of stearic acid (18:0) which is beneficial to health because high levels of stearic acid form flow to prevent clots from forming in blood vessels and working against the healing qualities of the EFA.
How much to take:
On daily basis, you can take 2-4 teaspoons (up to 50 ml) per day. In the case of therapy, you can increase the dose up to 150 ml per day for about 7 days, then return to regular daily amount.
Hemp seed oil has a nutty flavor that most people find enjoyable. It is an additive ideal for salad dressings, dips, or cold pasta. It is not suitable for frying, as excess heat will greatly reduce its life giving many advantages. It can also be used externally to treat skin conditions like eczema. You can find many food stores.