CAP. OMEGA RICH

Hemp seed oil has history of use for its medicinal and nutritional properties since 4000 BC in china and has been popular remedy in Eastern cultures. Hemp seed has high nutritional value and provides body with natural - protein, essential amino acid, minerals, calcium, magnesium, sulphur, potassium, phosphorous, and modest amount of iron and zinc.

Hemp seed oil is pressed form this hemp seeds of hemp plant and is considered to be the most nutritive oil of all. It has medicinal, nutritional, cosmetic value making it as wonderful multipurpose ingredient.

CAP. OMEGA RICH

Contents:
• Omega-9
• Omega-6
• Omega-3
• Omega-6 and Omega-3 are in proportion of 3:1
• Chlorophyll
• Anti-Oxident
• Gammatocopherol
• Phytosterols
Beneficial For:
• Dry Skin
• Hair Condition
• Acne
• Psoriasis
• HIV / Cancer
• Arthritis
• Blood Pressure
• Osteoporosis
• Premenstrual Disorder
• Joint Pain
• Eye Disorder
• Tuberculosis
• Mental Function
Side Effects:

Individuals who are overly-sensitive to THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)

Very rare condition

History of digestive disorders or irregular bowel movements to not take hemp oil supplements.

Patients who are currently being treated for a blood clotting deficiency or other cardiac medical condition are strongly advised to stay away from hemp oil supplements of any kind due to possible symptom complications.

Dosage

2 gm to 15 gm / day hemp seed oil is recommended and therefore 2 capsule of OmegaRich 2-3 times per day should be recommended

Hemp Seed Oil also contains natural Vitamin E and a significant amount of protein. A variety of studies have documented the importance of the ratio of Omega 3 to Omega 6 consumption. Hemp seed oil is the closest to this optimum ratio of any naturally occurring oil. Hemp seed oil has a ratio of at least one-to-three, Omega 3 to Omega 6. Oils with unbalanced ratios have been shown to have detrimental physiological effects.

A balanced omega 3 and 6 fatty acid profile and high content of GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) makes hemp a great way to get your essential fats to prevent cardiovascular disease, lubricate your joints and soft tissues in the body, and keep your skin radiant and youthful.

Phytosterols

Phytosterols are friendly plant sterols that can block cholesterol absorption into our systems.

Gamma-Tocopherol

Gamma-Tocopherol..γ-Tocopherol is one of the chemical compounds that is considered vitamin E.

Chlorophyll

Have you ever wondered what gives hemp oil its emerald green color? This may the best kept secret about hemp and its health benefits! Hemp contains an very high level of chlorophyll, which is essentially a plant’s life force, similar to the way blood supports our body. Chlorophyll is almost identical to hemoglobin, which is the oxygen carrying molecule in the blood that provides cellular energy. So what does this mean? When you digest chlorophyll the body actually uses it in similar way to hemoglobin, to rebuild and replenish red blood cells and boost energy, this makes it a fantastic addition for athletes or anyone looking for an energy boost. Chlorophyll also has cleansing benefits that help to detoxify the cells, fight infection, and boost immunity, which everyone can most certainly benefit from.

Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids are active chemicals in Cannabis that cause drug-like effects throughout the body, including the central nervous system. There are over 480 natural components found within the Cannabis sativa plant, of which 66 have been classified as "cannabinoids;" chemicals unique to the plant cannabinoids affect the user by interacting with specific receptors, located within different parts of the central nervous system.

The actual effects that the cannabinoids have reflect the areas of the brain they interact with. Interactions tend to occur in our limbic system (the part of the brain that affects memory, cognition and psychomotor performance) and mesolimbic pathway (activity in this region is associated with feelings of reward) and are also widely distributed in areas of pain perception.

Is it superior to flax seed oil? In which respect ?
  • 1 Hemp Seed Oil has a 3.75:1 Omega-6 to Omega-3 ratio (considered optimal). Flax Seed Oil has
  •    a 1:4 Omega-6 to Omega-3 ratio.
  • 2 Hemp Seed Oil is a direct source of GLA, Flax Seed Oil is not.
  • 3 Hemp Seed Oil is a direct source of Sterodonic Acid, Flax Seed Oil is not.
  • 4 Hemp Seed Oil contains chlorophyll, Flax Seed Oil does not.
  • 5 Hemp Seed Oil has a pleasant nutty flavor, Flax Seed Oil does not.
What is the manufacturing process?

Cold-Pressed Preserving its Nutrients including chlorophyll, giving green color.

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