Hemp oil is harvested from the seeds of the hemp plant belonging to the cannabis sativa family. It is extracted by using a press which squeezes the oil from the inner shell of the seed. This plant, with verdant slender leaves and a hollow stalk, can grow up to 16 feet tall. It is mostly found in temperate regions with moderate rainfall. There is no oil in the world like hemp. It contains such an abundance of essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, this pellucid oil, sometimes bearing a light green tint, closely mimics what is required by our own body’s biology. Scientists have found that the composition of omega 3, 6, and 9s in hemp can promote a balanced pH level for various skin types. Because hemp oil contains so many organic compounds our body craves, it quickly saturates skin without leaving behind an uncomfortable, greasy film. Experts have also found hemp to be useful in healing sensitive skin issues, or alleviating symptoms, associated with eczema and psoriasis. It’s anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties are also believed to assist in pacifying acne breakouts. In addition, hemp is often used in lip and hair care products because of the soothing nourishment and protection it provides. According to sources, hemp has been found to improve circulation, and when massaged into the scalp, can increase blood-flow to the brain.