Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of hemp, The seeds are cold-pressed to produce one of the most nutritional and broad spectrum of omaga-3 and 6 fatty acids oil, As the seeds are from the hemp plant, they will not produce the famous cannabis ‘high.’ Hemp seed oil is growing in popularity because it provides a long list of health benefits that have been confirmed through an ongoing body of research.
Hemp seeds do not have as many cannabinoids or terpenes but they have a rich profile of fatty acids, nutrients, and valuable bioactive vitamins and minerals. The oil is well-known for being nutrient-rich and for its general health benefits and is composed of healthy fatty acids, protein, and carbohydrates. The many positive health effects of hemp seed oil are linked to the 3:1 ratio of linoleic (LA) and a-linolenic acid (LNA), two essential polyunsaturated fatty acids that particularly benefit the heart.
There was a direct relationship between dietary ARA and DHA (Omega 3 and Omega-6 fatty acids) intake and the per capita gross national income of the country. Regional analysis showed the lowest ARA and DHA dietary intake in Sub-Saharan Africa and Central and Southern Asian populations.
Allowing the domestic production and sale of hempseed oil could be a nutritional alternative cooking oil for the Kingdom of Eswatini to use to enrich its people through their stomachs and everyday meals or through their wallets via export to the high end North American and European health food markets which contain some of the highest profit margins on health lifestyle focused food products.
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