HEMP SEED OIL 500mg
- Hemp seed oil.
- Con Cannabidiol (CBD).
- with linseed oil , 60% ALA.
- Softgels veggies.
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
- Reduces cholesterol1
Table of contents
Hemp seed oil 500mg by HSNessentials is a pearl product made from a 50/50 mixture of natural hemp seed oil from Cannabis sativa L. and flax seed oil from Linum usitatissimum L. with a content standardized to 60% ALA for the latter.
Natural hemp seeds contain an excellent quality oil which contains excellent source of fats that contains an outstanding fatty acid profile, particularly rich in omega-3s and gamma linolenic acid (GLA) , making it, like flaxseed oil, a vegetable source of heart-healthy essential fats.
This product has been made from the use of vegetable oil from hemp and flax seeds; using hydroxypropyl starch as the coating agent, giving us:
Hemp seed oil 500mg is a product in Softgels suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
In current Western diets, we eat a large quantity of oil and fats which are rich in in polyunsaturated fatty acids such as omega-6, and poor sources of omega 3 which increase the risk of heart attacks due to a strong nutritional imbalance that can lead to a low grade systemic inflammation (DiNicolantonio y O’Keefe, 2018).
omega-3 fatty acids are essential for the body since we don’t have the endogenous capacity for synthesis by ourselves, which means that we cannot make them, only administer them externally, through their consumption as part of a diet.
The seeds naturally have acetyls with a high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, although in certain cases the presence of omega-6 is still higher.
The oil that both hemp seeds and flax seeds contain is a case of increased presence of omega-3 fatty acids , which is why they are considered heart-healthy vegetable oils (Hazekamp et al., 2010).
There are 3 different fatty acids that make up part of the Omega-3 fatty acids family
- Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).
- Eicosapentaoic acid (EPA).
- Docosahexanoic acid (DHA).
Both EPA and DHA are the best-known fatty acids since they are the result of the natural biochemical conversion of alpha-linolenic acid, but the latter is also of great importance in the body.
Alpha-linolenic acid contributes to the maintenance of normal cholesterol concentrations 1 , which in turn have been consistently associated with a reduction in risk of cardiovascular accidents (Pan et al., 2012).
When selecting the raw material for the elaboration of a product based on vegetable oils, it is very important to make sure of its quality.
Vegetable oils are very rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are highly unstable and degrade quickly and easily when exposed to light and heat, creating peroxides that can have a harmful effect on the body (Wang et al., 2017).
The raw materials that we have chosen to obtain hemp seed and linseed oil have been treated with rinsing shelling and non-aggressive pressing processes.
This has allowed us to develop a product based on vegetable oils that are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids that are not stale, which allows the product to conserve its natural composition and provide beneficial properties for the body.
Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, is an organic compound of the family of cannabinoids, naturally present in the plant Cannabis sativa L.
It has gained great importance in the clinical context for its relaxing and anxiety-reducing effects that have been shown in numerous trials to be capable of:
- Improve the quality of sleep.
- Reduce the disturbances of rest.
- Decrease the sleep deprivation.
(Kuhathasan et al., 2019)
Even some authors expose their potential to deal with anxiety that generates high-stress situations such as 'talking in public' or 'taking a test', a promising dimension that requires further exploration.
Honeycomb seed oil is a natural source of CBD.
The use of high-quality raw materials, treated with non-aggressive processes, allows us to certify the content of alpha-linolenic acid present in the product.
60% of the composition of flaxseed oil is pure ALA, a heart-healthy Omega-3 series fatty acid.
As consumers, it is important to know the fatty acid content of oil-based products, as this allows us to understand the biological effects they can have on our body.
At HSN we certify the quality of our products through the declaration of their composition.
So you have no doubts about what you are taking in each capsule .
It is extremely strange to find soft capsules or vegetable softgels , as food supplement companies in the European market use gelatins as coating agents for the development of this product format.
gelatins have a natural animal origin, and therefore make the product an option not suitable for vegans.
At HSN we believe that the use of food supplements should not be limited to consumers due to their ethical decisions regarding their diet.
¡ We have changed the market trend! preparing our encapsulates by using a vegetable additive : hydroxypropyl starch, to replace gelatin , so:
Our Hemp Seed Oil product is a product suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
A vegetable softgel is a product service, it consumes 3 serving a day, spread over the main meals.
With 3 softgels you will get the dose of 2g of ALA necessary to achieve its positive effects on cholesterol reduction 1 and the reduction of suffering a cardiovascular event due to hypercholesterolemia.
This product goes well with :
- Omega-3 Vegan Algae Oil 1000mg.
- Soy isoflavones 150mg.
- Vitamin K2 100mcg.
- Odorless garlic (100: 1) 10mg.
- Dinicolantonio, J. J., & O’Keefe, J. H. (2018). Importance of maintaining a low omega-6/omega-3 ratio for reducing inflammation. Open Heart, Vol. 5, p. e000946.
- Hazekamp, A., Fischedick, J. T., Llano, M. D., Lubbe, A., & Ruhaak, R. L. (2010). Chemistry of Cannabis. In H.-W. (Ben) Liu & L. B. T.-C. N. P. I. I. Mander (Eds.), Comprehensive Natural Products II: Chemistry and Biology (Vol. 3, pp. 1033–1084).
- Kuhathasan, N., Dufort, A., MacKillop, J., Gottschalk, R., Minuzzi, L., & Frey, B. N. (2019). The use of cannabinoids for sleep: A critical review on clinical trials. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 27(4), 383–401.
- Pan, A., Chen, M., Chowdhury, R., Wu, J. H. Y., Sun, Q., Campos, H., … Hu, F. B. (2012). α-Linolenic acid and risk of cardiovascular disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 96(6), 1262–1273.
- Wang, W., Yang, H., Johnson, D., Gensler, C., Decker, E., & Zhang, G. (2017). Chemistry and biology of ω-3 PUFA peroxidation-derived compounds. Prostaglandins and Other Lipid Mediators, 132, 84–91.
|Daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 softgel|
|Daily dose: 3 softgels|
|Servings per container: 120|
|Hempseed oil (Cannabis sativa L.)||1500mg|
|Flax seed oil (Linum usitatissimum L.) (60% Alpha-linolenic acid)||1500mg|