Many people experience some form of muscular or nerve pain. That’s not surprising – between the stresses of work, exercise or taking care of our kids, our bodies can be pushed to the limit. Many of us resort to oral painkillers, or relaxing pain relief creams and gels. However, not all pain relief creams are kind to our skin. Some people have allergic reactions to common ingredients in muscle rubs.
Whether you’re trying to soothe pain or nourish skin, with Nectar’s hemp pain relief cream, you can do both!
Our hemp cream for pain contains hemp seed oil as well as being rich in natural extracts including aloe vera, eucalyptus oil, turmeric and jojoba seed oil.
High Strength Formula Rich in Natural Extracts with Aloe Vera, Eucalyptus & Turmeric
Our hemp pain relief cream contains hemp seed oil which is powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. Our proprietary extraction process squeezes out all the good stuff from the plant, including arnica, aloe vera, turmeric, menthol, eucalyptus oil and jojoba seed oil. Bringing you a hemp extract cream that relaxes, soothes, and also packs a wallop of nutritional value.
The hemp seed oil in our hemp cream doesn’t just do wonders for your immune system, it’s also a super ingredient for the skin! It has phytonutrients that help fight the oxidative stress of free radicals, which in turn helps prevent premature signs of ageing like wrinkles and dark spots, and keeps skin hydrated, and promotes collagen production.
Directions for use
Apply a small amount of hemp cream over sore or painful areas, rubbing thoroughly with a circular motion for optimal absorption 3-4 times daily and massage thoroughly for about 30 seconds for best results. Apply as needed.
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Below you will find some FAQs about hemp seed oil and its benefits.
Hemp Cream & Hemp Seed Oil – FAQs
What are the benefits of consuming hemp seed oil?
Where do we start? Hemp seed oil is packed with nutritional value with great benefits for the skin and body.
One of its key benefits is that it contains omega 6 and 3 essential polyunsaturated fatty acids in an ideal ratio of 3:1 respectively, as well as GLA, or gamma linolenic acid, a type of omega-6 fatty acid. Fatty acids are crucial for long-term health, and play very important roles in the functioning of a lot of body functions. It’s vital to have sufficient amounts of fatty acids particularly as the body can’t produce them, so they need to be absorbed from diet or topicals.
In terms of protein, hemp seeds contain almost as much protein as soybeans. The protein they contain is a complete source of protein, meaning that they provide all nine essential amino acids.
As for vitamins and minerals, hemp seed oil contains vitamin A, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. Another great thing about hemp seed oil is that it contains no cholesterol, carbohydrates or sugar!
Hemp seed oil can help with many health issues, such as
– Lowering blood LDL cholesterol levels
– Lowering blood pressure
– Improving cardiovascular circulation & function
– Improving immunity levels
– Increasing energy levels & metabolic rate
– Reducing inflammation and symptoms of arthritis
– Improving recovery of muscles after exercise
– Reducing & treat dry skin and hair conditions
– Promoting healthy hair and nails
– Helping skin to revitalize and skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis
– Promoting a healthy sleep cycle
So you can see why hemp seed oil is all the rage, it’s a fantastic superfood!
What is hemp?
Hemp, or industrial hemp as it is often referred to, is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant. Hemp is grown specifically for industrial and other varied uses. The list of hemp products is fast growing, it includes fabrics, clothing, bags, cosmetics such as creams, serums and lip balm, nutritional supplements, rope, wood preservative, detergents, soaps, and lighting oil, to name just a few!
It’s used for a number of health conditions including high cholesterol, inflammation/pain, eczema, psoriasis, arthritis and other conditions. It’s the flowers, leaves, seed, seed oil and protein that are used for food and health purposes.
Is hemp the same as marijuana?
Although hemp and marijuana originate from the same plant (cannabis sativa) they’re distinct strains with very different THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol) levels – the compound that causes the ‘high.’
Marijuana has much more THC than hemp, and hemp on the other hand, contains a lot more CBD. In terms of the percentages, hemp has 0.3% or less THC – in other words, hemp can’t get you high.
What’s the difference between hemp seed oil and CBD oil?
Although hemp seed oil and CBD oil are both made from the cannabis plant they are derived from different parts of the plant. CBD oil is extracted from flowers, leaves, and stems, whilst hemp seed oil is made from – you guessed it – the hemp seeds. You’ll find a good dose of CBD in our tasty hemp gummies.
Is hemp oil good for skin?
Hemp oil is now included as part of large numbers of skincare products, making it a top choice for benefits for skin, such as moisturizing without clogging pores. It’s used for all skin types, from dry to oily skin, as hemp oil is good for regulating the skin’s oil production. It’s a superfood for the skin.
What if I have a question about Nectar’s dry hemp cream?
We’re always on hand to help you with questions you may have. Please contact us by any of the methods below and we’ll be happy to help.
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