What is hemp?
Hemp (sometimes called Industrial Hemp) is a plant of the Cannabaceae family. Strict regulation ensures that hemp has no psychoactive effect.
Hemp is a superfood, it contains all 20 essential fatty acids, GLA, Omegas 3,6 and 9 in the perfect ratio for the human body, and in seed form is also 30% protein!
Proven to be an effective source of nutrition, both topically and internally, our organic hemp products offer a powerful plant-based alternative to soothe muscle tension and restore sensitive skin, while building a sustainable future.
Can you test positive on a drug test by eating hemp seeds?
No. Hemp is strictly regulated. The total tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content is less 0.005% (50 mg/kg) or less, making it impossible to test positive on a drug test.
Can I grow my own hemp plant?
It's unlikely that the relative laws of your area will allow this. Growing of all forms of Hemp require a licence. Please check with your local Department of Primary Industry.
Will hemp affect my medications?
Please consult your medical professional regarding specific medications.
Why is hemp better than cotton or other materials?
Hemp uses a quarter of the water needed for other crops, thrives in any climate and doesn’t need harsh chemicals like pesticides to grow, so it’s way more sustainable for our planet and ideal for sensitive skin.
Hemp fabric does not require bleaching, and is mold resistant, fade resistant, and will never stretch or change shape. It is the strongest plant fibre known to man.
Do any of your products contain psychoactive's?
All of our products contain Hemp Seed Oil which is strictly regulated in Australia.
Hemp is strictly regulated. The total tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content is less 0.005% (50 mg/kg) or less, making it impossible to test positive on a drug test.
What is Hemp Seed Oil?
Hemp seed oil is the oil obtained by cold pressing the ripened fruits (seeds) of a plant in the genus Cannabis.
Hemp seed oil does not contain cannabinoids, such as CBD, apart from trace levels that may be present from inadequate cleaning of the seeds.
What is the difference between hemp and cannabis?
Hemp and cannabis are both terms used to describe a plant in the genus Cannabis.
Colloquially, hemp is a term used to describe any cannabis plant that is cultivated for fibre and seed. It will generally contain very low levels of THC, but potentially high CBD.