Hemp seeds can be found in everyday body care products such as: balms, lotions, shampoos, and soaps. Lastly, hemp seeds have been used in Essential Fatty Acid (EFA) food supplements, protein powder, and is even cold-pressed to produce a nutrient-rich oil.
CBD oil is extracted from the stalk of the hemp plant. The stalk is made up of natural compounds called phytocannabinoids. When consumed, these pCB’s interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), resulting in mitigated stress and relief from chronic aches and other forms of discomfort.
The hemp roots don’t go to waste. In fact, the roots can be used as natural remedies for joint pain, arthritis, eczema, and fibromyalgia. As you can clearly see, no part of the hemp plant goes unused. From the seeds to the roots, this plant is full of promise.
Although hemp leaves aren’t as versatile health-wise, they can be useful too! They’re full of powerful antioxidants that protect against the development of several diseases. Otherwise, they can be used in addition to compost and mulch to promote a sustainable garden **shoulder shrug**