Hemp seed oil has been called ‘Nature’s most perfectly balanced oil’. With its familiar nutty flavour, this versatile ‘new’ oil can be added to smoothies, applied to salads, dressings, sauces, pasta dishes, drizzled over cooked fish and meat, incorporated in low heat baked recipes such as cakes, cookies and desserts and in many other instances where high quality nut oils are used.
Hemp seed oil is also perfect fish oil replacement, a great source of antioxidants (Vitamin E), minerals and Vitamin D, which is vital for calcium absorption, along with generous amounts of iron and zinc. With a guarantee that these plant-based Omegas contain no mercury and no need for processing to remove fish odour. Excellent for Vegetarians and Vegans.
The taste of fresh Hemp Seed Oil is nutty and raw. Taste is subjective, most will find it is perfectly palatable. Hemp Seed Oil is precious carrier of Omegas and should be kept at optimal conditions.
Just like flaxseed oil, Hemp Seed Oil should be kept in a cool, dark and dry environment. Once opened it must be kept in a refrigerator.
Flaxseed oil comes from the seeds of the flax plant (Linum usitatissimum). Flaxseed is actually one of the oldest crops, as it has been cultivated since the beginning of civilisation.Flaxseed oil is emerging as important functional food ingredients because they are rich in a-linolenic acid (ALA) Flaxseed oil is low in saturated fatty acids, moderate in monounsaturated fatty acids and rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Active Australian Grown manuka Honey is produced by bees foraging on Native Leptospermum plants. Our Active Australian Manuka Honey is produced from Bee sites in Northern New South Wales and the East Coast of Queensland.
Australia has 87 species of Leptospermum, 7 of these species confirmed as active. Active Australian Manuka Honey antibacterial properties are what set it apart from traditional honey. Manuka Honey has antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. Methylglyoxal has amazing health advantages. This is found naturally in the Manuka flower.