Oil: Hemp Ontario

Price: $0.04
Oil: Hemp Ontario
Oil: Hemp Ontario Purity Hemp BULK spoonOil: Hemp Ontario Purity Hemp BULK jar

Botanical Name: Cannabis sativa organically farmed, Cold Pressed from the grains, Unrefined in Ontario by Purity Hemp.

Organic Hemp Seed Oil is known to be rich in omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids (EFA's, good healthy fats), it has a full amino acid spectrum meaning that it provides complete protein and it has a high mineral content. It makes a fantastic body care oil due to its nutrients.

Sold by the:
by the mL (fill your own container) $.0350/mL Minimum 100mL.
100mL with an amber glass bottle
250mL with an amber or blue glass bottle
500mL 10% volume discount BYOB - Bring or Buy Your Own Bottle
1000mL 20% volume discount BYOB - Bring or Buy Your Own Bottle

Colour: Green to dark green liquid.

Aroma: Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils.

Common Uses: Hemp Seed Oil can be used to nourish the skin and hair due to its high content of proteins and essential fatty acids. Hemp Seed Oil is said to closely match our own skins lipids and the essential fatty acids are readily absorbed into the skin. Hemp Seed Oil soothes and alleviates dry skin, moisturizing it so that the complexion looks revitalized and radiant. Hemp Seed Oil contributes greatly to protecting the skin’s moisture barrier, improving the texture of skin, and reducing the visible signs of ageing.

Consistency: Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils.

Absorption: Unrefined Hemp Seed Oil is easily absorbed into the skin.

Shelf Life: Users can expect a shelf life of up to 2 years with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended. Please refer to the Certificate of Analysis for current Best Before Date.

Cautions: None Known.

Storage: It is recommended that cold-pressed carrier oils be kept in a cool dark place to maintain freshness and achieve maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring to room temperature before using.

Photo of hemp forest thanks to Barbetorte, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons