Hemp Oil Bulk Wholesale
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp Seed Oil is often touted as a ‘miracle food’. The undisputed truth is that this unique oil contains more than 75 percent polyunsaturated essential fatty acids (PUFA’s). Featuring a composition of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) – LA (Omega 6) and ALA (Omega 3) in a 3:1 ratio. It also contains smaller amounts of Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), and Stearidonic Acid (SDA), which are biological metabolites of the Omega 6 and Omega 3 EFAs respectively. It also has a low proportion of saturated and trans-fatty acids compared to the total fat content.
Hemp Seed Oil has a delicate, nutty flavour that is suited to a variety of recipes including pesto’s, marinades, and salad dressings. Bulk Hemp Seed Oil is also a common ingredient in skincare formulas because of its deep penetration and ability to nourish and moisturise the skin. Care is taken during processing to ensure that the highest quality product is delivered. Hemp seeds are carefully selected and then Cold Pressed with minimal exposure to heat, light and oxygen to ensure that the flavour, aroma and nutritional value is maximised.
Hemp Seed Oil Product Information
We are leaders, pioneering innovation in Hemp Seed production. Our New Zealand grown hemp seeds are transported from the field to be crushed at our purpose-built facilities, producing excellent quality oil. This allows for complete traceability from the planted seed, right through to our Bulk Hemp Seed Oil and the finished product.
Our quest for quality and a competitive edge is ongoing to ensure that our products meet the highest international standards. With quality assurance programmes that maintain control at every point along the production process, we deliver a superior bottle of hemp.
Our plant-based production focus ensures we give back to the environment. Carefully planning crop rotations to improve soil health and biodiversity. Our hemp seed is produced in a responsible and environmentally way.
We have a range of product, quality, and export certifications that help deliver great products where you need it, when you need it, including;
- Non GMO
- Certified Organic
- FDA Registered
- AQSIQ Registered
Light, nutty butter flavour.
What is Hemp Seed Oil best for? Hemp seed oil can support healthy living. It is often used for its health-giving properties, including as a source of GLA. GLA has been linked in some studies with anti inflammatory and hormonal properties as well as immune system function.
Hemp Seed Oil is consumed for its health benefits and nutritional characteristics.
- Linoleic Acid (LA / Omega 6)
- Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA)
- Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA / Omega 3)
- Stearidonic Acid (SDA)
Hemp Seed Oil not only nourishes from the inside out but can also be absorbed through the skin. As a natural alternative to synthetic preservatives or parabens, Hemp Seed Oil has emollient properties. These properties support moisturisation, hydration and protection of skin.
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The polyunsaturated component in Hemp Seed Oil gives it high nutritional value but is sensitive to light, heat, and oxygen. This oil should never be cooked at high temperatures with a smoke point around 165°C (329°F). It is best eaten raw or as an addition to prepared meals. It is a great substitute for butter on pasta, potatoes, and beans and complements seafood dishes as a dressing. Hemp Seed Oils' nutritional benefit means you can take one tablespoon daily or use it as a salad dressing, in smoothies, or drizzled over breakfast cereals.
Product Packaging Available
We provide a range of packing options when it comes to product delivery. Your orders can be packed into containers or pellets in bottles, cans, drums or tripaks. Other selected packaging options may be available on request. Whether you are looking for Bulk Hemp Seed Oil or Hemp Seed Oil Capsules, we have a range of options to suit your needs including;
Other packaging may be available on request. Minimum order quantities apply.
Private Label Bottles or Capsules & Bulk Options for Repackaging or an Ingredient
- Hemp Seed Oil (unrefined)
- Organic Hemp Seed Oil (unrefined)
- Garlic Flavoured Hemp Seed Oil
- Chilli Flavoured Hemp Seed Oil
- Custom formulation/blend
Retail Ready Brands for Distribution
We also have a range of retail ready branded hemp seed oil products for distribution.
- OmegaNZ Hemp Seed Oil 250ml
- OmegaNZ Hemp Seed Oil Capsules (60's & 240s)
- New Hemisphere Hemp Seed Oil 250ml
- New Hemisphere Global Chilli Flavoured Oil 250ml
- New Hemisphere Global Garlic Flavoured Oil 250ml
- New Hemisphere Hemp Seed Oil Capsules (120’s & 240s)
- Koha By Nature Hemp Face Cream
- Koha By Nature Hemp Hand Cream
What is the difference between hemp oil and hemp seed oil?
Hemp seed oil and hemp oil can be used interchangeably. However, hemp oil also refers to full-spectrum oil from the Cannabis stevia plant, which can include cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a psychoactive component of Cannabis. Alternatively, hemp seed oil is produced from the seed of the Hemp plant which has been specifically bred to contain almost no THC. It is important to take great care to identify the origins of hemp oil. Current legislation prevents New Zealand grown hemp seeds from containing more than 10mg per kg of THC and 75mg of CBD in New Zealand.
Is hemp seed better than CBD?
Hemp seed oil is widely consumed for its essential fatty acids. It includes Omega 6’s Linoleic Acid and Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), and Omega 3’s Alpha Linolenic Acid (Omega 3) and Stearidonic Acid (SDA). These nutrients are vital components which are considered an essential part of a balanced diet. They must be consumed as they cannot be created by the body alone. CBD on the other hand stands for cannabidiol. Often people assume CBD stands for cannabis. This however is not the case. CBD is one of many cannabinoids found in cannabis. Cannabis grown to generate high levels of CBD for CBD oil is used for medicinal purposes and differs from Hemp seed grown with low THC for industrial use and food consumption.
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