Benefits of Hemp (Cannabis) Seed Oil for Hair

With all the controversy going on in today’s world, we have most likely all heard a thing or two about hemp. Hemp is one of the fastest growing plants in today’s industry. Starting hundreds of years ago, hemp  was one of the FIRST plant to be spun and turned into fiber to be used for sails, canvases and clothing.

Today, hemp is still utilized in a variety of different ways, including paper, clothing and food. The seeds from the hemp plant can also produce an oil. Did you know that this oil can have significant benefits on your hair and skin? Keep reading to find out how….

4 Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil for Hair:

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#1: Prevents Breakage:

When hair loses moisture, it can become very dry and break more easily. Hemp Seed Oil helps maintain the natural texture of hair, preventing water loss and adding moisture to the hair and scalp. This is especially important in drier climates or weathers, where hair tends to lose moisture more quickly.

image of omega 3,6, and 9#2:  Promotes Hair Growth:

Hemp Seed Oil is rich in Omega 3, 6 and 9. These fatty acids are necessary in the production of new  growth and supply proper nourishment to the follicle. Hemp seed oil can also improve blood circulation in the scalp, thereby stimulating new hair growth.

 #3: Conditions & Softens:

Dryness and irritation are some of the most common scalp conditions. Hemp Seed Oil is full of Vitamin E, which acts as very strong conditioning agent to combat these symptoms. The lipids found in hemp seed oil also increase the natural image of strong hairelasticity of hair.

#4: Strengthens:

Your hair is made of up to 90% protein. Hemp Seed Oil, similarly, contains 25% protein and contributes to keratin formation during the initial growth cycle of the strand. This extra boost of protein from Hemp Seed Oil ensures that hair grows healthier and more vibrant.

 

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