Frequently Asked Questions
1) Hemp Extract - What is it and Why do you Need it?
Hemp extract is one of the two primary active ingredients found in cannabis - it’s the one that won’t get you high.
Hemp extract is a naturally-occurring chemical compound and a potent antioxidant recognized for both its highly anti-inflammatory and hydrating properties.
2) How does adding Hemp Extract effect skincare products?
For anti-aging, hemp extract works directly on a cellular level to neutralize free radicals which cause skin to become thinner, drier and more fragile over time. Multiple clinical studies have shown skincare products which utilize hemp extract as the active ingredient are extremely effective and beneficial. Making hemp extract a staple in your daily skincare routine dramatically slows down the development of fine lines and wrinkles, resulting in skin that is visibly more radiant and more youthful with less signs of aging.
Regarding acne, hemp extract oil may help reduce various types of acne as a result of its ability to adjust how the body creates sebum, which is a waxy, oil substance. Acne is also lessened by hemp extract’s anti-inflammatory benefits that calm irritated skin.
3) How do I know what serving to take?
When it comes to ingesting hemp extract oil, everyone is different. Low and slow is the way to start. Take a few small doses throughout the day rather than one large dose. Use the same dose for several days and adjust where necessary.
4) What to look for when purchasing Hemp Extract products?
Our hemp extract is legal in all 50 states, as well as in more than 40 countries worldwide. Our hemp is 100% organically grown in the U.S., pesticide free, non-GMO and fully compliant with the State Department of Agriculture regulations.
5) Is Hemp Seed Oil the same as Hemp Extract?
While hemp oil is made from the same plant species, hemp seeds come from the male plants and hemp extract can only come from the female flowers or buds making hemp extract the "active" ingredient and hemp oil an "inactive" ingredient, basically just sitting on the skin's surface.