Is hemp seed oil the same as CBD?

While both hemp seed oil and CBD is derived from Cannabis Sativa, the Canabidiol or CBD is not found in seed. Hemp seed is the grain of the industrial hemp plant and is pressed to release the rich oils in the seed. Hemp seed oil is rich in a perfect balance of Omega-3, 6, 9 fatty acids. It is best used in salad dressings, baking, cosmetics and industrial uses. For more information, visit

What are the benefits of hemp oil on the skin?

Hemp seed oil moisturizes skin without clogging your pores. It is found to balance oily skin, tighten and firm the skin. The powerful antioxidant nature and rich nutrients in hemp seed oil are being discovered and added into a variety of cosmetic lines. It is great for use on your face to reduce rinkles, control acne and provides anti-aging properties. For more information, visit

What does hemp hearts do for your body?

Hemp hearts are the nutty core of the seed of industrial hemp. Rich in brain-friendly antioxidents, a perfect balance of Omega-3,6, 9 essential oils as well as other vitamins and minerals it is considered a super food. They are great to use anywhere you want a little nutty flavor. Add to yogurt, oatmeal, or add in salads, baking and a variety of recipies. For more information, visit

Do hemp hearts show up on a drug test?

Cannabinoids are found in the flower of the Cannabis Sativa plant and are not detectible in hemp hearts if processed properly. Plant matter is removed from the seeds prior to milling. You will not fail a drug test by eating our hemp hearts.