The benefits of hemp oil rich in essential fatty acids
This organic vegetable oil contains 80% omega-3 and omega-6; essential fatty acids that play an important role in the functioning of the body, responsible for the development of cells, muscles and the nervous system.
Hemp seed oil, extracted from the hemp plant (common cannabis) contains a combination of essential fatty acids rich in omega 3 & 6. It is used for a wide variety of medical and nutritional care. In addition, the oil is used as a dietary supplement to strengthen the immune system, but it is also an effective treatment for skin diseases such as psoriasis and dermatitis.
The essential fatty acids present in hemp seeds are not produced by the human body, we must consume them through different nutritional sources; usually grain, for example omega-3 rich flax seeds and fish. hemp seeds contain a high concentration rich in eomega-3 and omega-6
The ratio of omega-3 to omega 6 is 3.38 / 1, an initial ratio recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) in order to maintain a proper diet. These seeds contain more nutritional properties than any other food considered high in essential fatty acid, so the extraction is an excellent nutritional supplement.
About 57% of the acidity present in the oil is alpha-linolenic acids (LNA) which are only available in vegetable fat. They are synthesized in the cell from essential fatty acids, they become proteins called prostaglandins.
However, we now know that the release of prostaglandin also involves a specific transporter called MRP4, an energy source protein that stimulates the secretion of protective mucus from the walls, and curbs the production of hydrochloric acid, participating in a balance allowing a good digestion without affecting the walls of the digestive system. Alpha-linolenic acids are particularly responsible for regulating the immune system and the sleep cycle.
In addition, the hemp seed oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) is a powerful anti-inflammatory, which helps to maintain the tone of the cells of our organism
Note that hemp seed oil is perfectly legal, despite the ban applied to cannabis plants (such as poppy seeds). Hemp seeds are allowed in the diet, if the amount of THC does not exceed 10ppm (in a million); common hemp (not psychoactive). Hemp oil has virtually no relation to cannabis oil.
Treatment of skin diseases
An article published this year is raising awareness about the use of hemp oil for the relief of psoriasis patients, which has led to a surge in sales across the world. Psoriasis is a skin disease that hemp oil can effectively treat.
Studies have shown that the concentration of animated acids in hemp oil may also be suitable for the treatment of symptoms of atopic eczema (atopic dermatitis).
Atopic eczema is a chronic itchy and inflammatory dermatosis, alternating periods of flare-ups and periods of calm. Hemp oil in addition to its anti-inflammatory properties helps treat skin lesions, literally treating all aspects of this disease.