- Supports joint health
- Supports gastrointestinal (G.I.) health and bowel function
- Can improve skin
- Can ease general inflammation
- Supports healthy cholesterol level and heart function
- Supports brain and mood health
- Supports healthy blood sugar levels
- Supports a healthy immune system
- Ideal for all diet types
- Palatable liquid formulation suitable for all ages, from children to elderly
- Easy to administer pump style bottle
A first for New Zealand, non-gluten, non-GMO, vegan, LipoRevolution™ liposomal Hemp.
Hemp and weed (marijuana) are two different varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant. Hemp oil is made by cold pressing the ripened seeds of industrial hemp plants. These plants have almost no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound that produces the high associated with weed .
This easily palatable liquid form of hemp oil can be used to alleviate general inflammation during times of immune stress, a 2011 study  suggests that adding omega-3s, such as those found in hemp oil, to your diet can reduce inflammation. Hemp oil is incredibly high in essential polyunsaturated fatty acids, including omega-3s, omega-6s and omega-9s.
The endocannabinoids (eCBs), and the enzymes involved in the synthesis and degradation of the eCBs collectively constitute the eCB system (ECS), a complex intercellular signaling network markedly involved in the regulation of various physiological processes, it has been proven that the ECS has a key role in regulating oil glands thus this can be linked to why hemps seed oil contributes to better skin.
The CBD in Hemp seed oil has been recognized to stimulate the secretion of prostaglandin E2 (anti-inflammatory) from synovial cells which are the cells found within your joints, and since joint pain is caused by inflammation within the joint it can then be suggested that taking Hemp Seed oil have an anti-inflammatory effect on your joints.
Hemp seed oil has also been proven to act as a lubricant within the bowels aiding in general bowel function easing movements, and having a strong antioxidant affect this supporting the process of free radical elimination [4[.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide , a compound that can aid in cardiovascular health is Nitric Oxide gas molecules which have been proven to dilate and relax blood vessels thus leading to a lower blood pressure. Hemp Seed oil metabolizes within the body to create nitric oxide from the amino acid arginine , which as stated above has been proven to aid and prevent cardiovascular disease. Additionally, animal studies have shown that hemp seeds or hemp seed oil may reduce blood pressure, decrease the risk of blood clot formation and help the heart recover after a heart attack   .
A study published in the Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine journal stated that an increased power, relative power, and amplitude of various type of brain waves was recorded in the posterior region of the brain when subjects inhaled essential Hemp oil. These results suggest that the brain wave activity and autonomic nervous system are affected by the inhalation of the essential oils of Cannabis sativa suggesting a neuromodular activity in cases of stress, depression, and anxiety . The 2015 Neurotherapeutics journal also found that CBD has a considerable potential as a treatment for multiple anxiety disorders, with need for further study of chronic and therapeutic effects in relevant clinical populations .
The University of Nottingham conducted research that showed that CBD in combination with another cannabis compound called tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV), helped lower blood sugar levels and increase insulin production in people with type 2 diabetes . The Global Diabetes Community refer to how CBD oil can be used as an effective form of relief towards high blood sugar levels in moderation with correct medication .
Hemp seed oil is incredibly high in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) n-3 and n-6 which have been found to have a key role in the regulation of gene expression, signal transduction pathways, production of eicosanoids and cytokines, and the action of antioxidant enzymes mechanisms. All these mechanisms influencing the efficiency of the immune system and autoimmune disease , PUFA of both the n-6 and n-3 families are clinically useful in human autoimmune-inflammatory disorders .
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