Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is hemp seed oil?

    Hemp seed oil is an oil that is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil is commonly confused with CBD oil. To the uninitiated the difference may seem like semantics, but the oils are derived from two different varieties of the cannabis sativa species giving them two different affects. One of the major differences is that hemp seed oil may not clog someone’s pores while CBD oil may.

  • How is hemp seed oil made?

    Hemp seed oil is made via pressure and low temperatures. In order to extract the oils, the seeds are removed from their harder outer shells and then pressed with a machine while being cooled. After being pressed the hemp seed oil is further cooled and then run through a filtration system to remove any unwanted residuals. The reason cold temperatures are needed is to fully preserve the benefits of the hemp seeds.

  • What are the benefits of hemp seed oil?

    Hempseed oil has a reputation for having exorbitant amounts of omega 3 fatty acids, which help can lower high blood pressure. It also is known for being an oil that does not clog pores Furthermore, it may have anti-inflammatory properties. Another benefit that hemp seed oil can provide is superior moisturization in order to keep your skin looking and feeling healthy.

  • What is the legality of hemp seed oil?

    While hemp seed oil is derived from a species of Cannabis Sativa, it is completely legal. Hemp seed oil is legal on the Federal level if it has less than 0.3% delta 9 thc. However, Idaho, Mississippi, New Hampshire, and South Dakota all have passed laws under their Controlled Substance Acts that ban hemp-based products.