Hemp seed oil is commonly extracted from industrial hemp plants by cold-pressing hemp seeds. This is a similar process to how olive oil and coconut oil is made. It is sometimes also referred to as hemp oil. Hemp seed oil is regulated and tested for THC and CBD, but it does not contain either of these cannabinoids. Hemp seed oil is considered a superfood because it contains high levels of vitamin E, omega fatty acids, fiber, protein, and other nutrients. Because of its high nutrient level, hemp seed oil has many health benefits.
Hemp Seed Oil Vs Hemp Extract Oil?
Hemp Seed Oil
The extraction process involves extracting CBD from a hemp flower that has been specially cultivated to have high levels of CBD and low levels of trace amounts of THC. SuperNaturals uses Supercritical CO2 extraction because it is one of the safest ways of separating CBD and other cannabinoids from Hemp biomass. At room temperature, carbon dioxide is a gas. But under high pressure and fluctuating temperature, CO2 liquefies and acts like a solvent flushing out the active ingredients from the Hemp material. The end result is a concentrated extract with high levels of CBD and other beneficial cannabinoids.
Hemp Extract Oil
SuperNarturals combines hemp seed oil with hemp CBD extract to create one of Mother Nature’s most powerful SuperSupplements packed with nutrients, vitamins and rich in CBD.