Beauty Hacks 4 benefits of hemp oil you didn't know

Hemp seed oil is a natural moisturizer and can help to make your skin feel smooth and soft while acting as a barrier and preventing moisture loss.

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Hemp often referred to as cannabis or marijuana. Widely known for its narcotic properties than its therapeutic uses and benefits, the hemp oil itself is rich in essential fatty acids.

According to Ecomall.com, hemp oil can prevent moisture loss in the skin and help prevent premature aging, and is effective in maintaining moisture balance. It can also be useful in alleviating certain skin conditions such as eczema, acne and psoriasis.

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For eczema, psoriasis, and rashes, simply dab unrefined, hemp oil on the location throughout the day. If your skin condition spreads or is not healing, check in with your doctor and make sure the problem isn't more severe.

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  • Dermatitis

According to a study conducted in Finland, hemp seed oil helps alleviate dermatitis, an inflammation of the skin. This is due to the balance of omega-6 and omega- 3 fatty acids.

Symptoms of skin dryness and itching significantly improved in dermatitis sufferers after using hemp seed oil for 20 weeks.

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  • Supports the immune system

The essential fatty acids that are contained in hemp seed oil are very good for the digestive system and they promote the healthy bacteria in the gut that are a necessary element of an effective immune system.

A diet that contains hemp seed oil could help prevent you catching colds, flu, and other viral infections.

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  • Supports a healthy heart

The three to one ratio of omega-6 fatty acids to omega-3’s had been shown to help keep the cardiovascular system healthy and promote a healthy heart.

The essential fatty acids that are in hemp seed oil actually have an important role to play in many of our natural biological processes and are responsible for preventing a number of degenerative diseases.

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