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How To Use Hemp Seed Oil Orally Or As A Supplement

Consuming 2 tablespoons of Hemp seed oil orally contains a considerable number of dietary fibers, vitamins, and minerals that helps maintain digestive health. It is believed that soluble fiber forms a gel-like substance in your gut and acts as an important source of nutrients for beneficial digestive bacteria, controls cholesterol levels, reduces the risk of blood pressure, soothes signs of chronic inflammation, and improves brain and heart health.

The amount of Omega-3 and Omega-6 in hemp seed oil can together help reduce inflammation. It has a rich source of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), polyunsaturated fatty acid, and linoleic acid for anti-inflammatory effects.

What's in Hemp Seed Oil?

Omega-6 and Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Antioxidants

Omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids are called polyunsaturated fats because they have many double bonds (poly=many). Omega-3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fats that your body needs but cannot produce. Your body doesn’t have the enzymes to produce them, so you must get them from your diet.  For this reason, they’re classified as essential fatty acids.

If you don’t get any from your diet, you develop a deficiency and become sick. That is why they are termed “essential” fatty acids. However, these 2 fatty acids are different than most other fats. They are not simply used for energy or stored, they are biologically active and have important roles in processes like blood clotting and inflammation. Scientists believe omega-6s are pro-inflammatory, while omega-3s are anti-inflammatory. Of course, inflammation is essential for your survival. It helps protect your body from infection and injury, but it can also cause severe damage and contribute to disease when it’s chronic or excessive.

In fact, chronic inflammation may be one of the leading drivers of the most serious modern diseases, including heart disease, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer's, and many types of cancer.

Scientists have hypothesized that a diet high in omega-6 but low in omega-3 increases inflammation, while a diet that includes balanced amounts of each reduces inflammation.