Cold-Pressed Hemp Seed Oil


Go ahead, make it a generous pour—because along with its delicately nutty flavor, hemp oil delivers an ideal ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids. You know, the nutrients often only found in fish oil supplements. Hemp oil is a sustainable, vegan alternative that cuts out the stinky middle-man. Cook with this heart-healthy oil at low temperatures or marinade and dress your favorite foods. Perfect in pestos, sauces, or dips.

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The fresh­est and best hemp oil from our farm­ers’ fields to your kitchen!

Our cold-pressed hemp seed oil fea­tures a light, nut­ty taste and can be used in a wide range of recipes — includ­ing nutri­tion­al table oil, sauces, dips, mari­nades and sal­ad dress­ings — or added to pro­tein pow­der shakes or smooth­ies.

Its dietary fat pro­file, ide­al 3:1 bal­anced ratio of Omega-6 and Omega-3, GLA and SDA con­tent, and del­i­cate nut­ty fla­vor gives hemp seed oil an edge over oth­er culi­nary oils avail­able.

Fresh­ly pressed hemp seed oil is clar­i­fied through our cold fil­ter­ing tech­nol­o­gy, remov­ing any nat­ur­al sus­pend­ed solids.

Our cold-pressed hemp seed oil is pack­aged in an oxy­gen-free envi­ron­ment for pro­tec­tion and to ensure a fresh, high qual­i­ty prod­uct with increased shelf life.


Hemp seed oil is:

Low in sat­u­rat­ed fats

A source of polyun­sat­u­rat­ed fat­ty acids

Trans fat and cho­les­terol free

A good source of vit­a­min E


One table­spoon (15ml) of hemp seed oil pro­vides:

8g Omega-6

2.5g Omega-3

Zero Trans fat

Zero cho­les­terol

10% of the rec­om­mend­ed dai­ly intake for vit­a­min E


Hemp oil has a pleas­ant nut­ty fla­vor and can be used the same way that you might use olive oil, but it must be used raw or in very low heat (under 160 degrees Fahren­heit) to main­tain its nutri­tion­al prop­er­ties. It can be added to smooth­ies, shakes, veg­eta­bles, pas­ta, sal­ads, and dress­ings. Hemp seed oil is a nat­ur­al emol­lient and can be found as an ingre­di­ent in many dif­fer­ent cos­met­ic prod­ucts, such as mas­sage oils, lip balms, soaps, lotions, and hair con­di­tion­er. If you have dry and itchy skin, hemp seed oil can be used as a sooth­ing and revi­tal­iz­ing mois­tur­iz­er

The most pop­u­lar way to increase your intake of essen­tial fat­ty acids is to mix hemp oil with bal­sam­ic vine­gar and use it to dip your favorite bread into. It can also be used to make healthy sauces by com­bin­ing it with herbs and lemon juice and veg­eta­bles such as dried toma­toes in a high pow­ered blender. Hemp oil tastes great just the way it is, direct from the bot­tle. Of course the eas­i­est way to incor­po­rate hemp oil into your diet is to just driz­zle some over what­ev­er meal you are hav­ing; sand­wich, cur­ry, sal­ad, pas­ta, rice – it goes with just about every­thing. Just remem­ber it should not be used for cook­ing in order to avoid nutri­ent degra­da­tion. Alter­na­tive­ly, hemp oil makes an excel­lent all over face and body mois­tur­iz­er and mas­sage base oil to which you can add your favorite essen­tial oils. It is high­ly absorbent and won’t leave you greasy.


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