28th October 2019

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Can hemp oil go bad?

Heat, sunlight and humidity can cause rancidity and spoilage, so ideally the fridge or freezer is best. Our cold-pressed hemp seed oil is high in unsaturated fatty acids (Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids) which means that it is very easily oxidized and can go rancid if stored incorrectly.

Similarly, you may ask, do you need to refrigerate CBD oil?

All Plus CBD Oil™ products do not require refrigeration, and should be kept in a cool, dry, dark place, such as a cabinet. If you have our Plus CBD Oil™ Gold Formula Concentrate and it has become too liquid-like due to heat, it is best if kept refrigerated, but it is not required.

Do you need to refrigerate hemp seeds?

A: No. You do not need to refrigerate your HEMP HEARTS™ (shelled hemp seeds) - they have a shelf life of up to 1 year, without refrigeration, even after the container is opened. There is enough natural preservative, in the form of Vitamin E, that keeps the HEMP HEARTS™ (shelled hemp seeds) from going rancid, naturally.

Is hemp seed oil a good moisturizer?

Why Hemp Seed Oil is the Best Moisturizer for Acne Prone Skin: Not only is hemp seed oil an excellent moisturizer for acne prone skin, but it can also be used to treat acne! It is very moisturizing for your skin. This is because the natural oils protect our skin.
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