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There are a million-and-one uses for hemp, and its oil is just as versatile. Extracted from hemp seeds, hemp oil can be used for just about anything from hair products to cooking. Here are just 7 uses for hemp oil brought to you by our friends at Magical Butter.

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 7 Unexpected Uses for Hemp Oil

7 Unexpected Uses for Hemp Oil

By The Stoner's Cookbook

Hemp is the plant with a million-and-one uses, but did you know that hemp oil is also highly versatile? Here are 7 uses for hemp oil that might surprise you!

  • Treating diseases

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Much like the plant that it's derived from, hemp oil also has medical properties. Ita contains linoleic acid, which can be used to treat diseases like neurodermitis, rheumatoid arthritis & more.

  • Making baby & skin care products

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Hemp oil prevents excessive moisture loss, drying & cracking of the skin, in addition to being a great lubricant, making for an ideal ingredient for baby and skin care products.

  • Wood finish

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Hemp oil is a drying oil, meaning that it polymerizes into a solid form, making it great for a great wood finish. As a wood finish, it needs no solvents & leaves no film, making it scratch proof.

  • Making hair products

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    This oil can stimulate hair growth and strengthen and moisturize your hair. You'll see hemp oil becoming more and more popular in shampoos and hair conditioners.

  • Cooking

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Hemp oil can replace cooking oil in most cases, except for times when you need to cook with high heat. Hemp oil also makes a great replacement for olive oil when making salads!

  • Making plastic

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    This isn't something for the household, but hemp oil can replace petroleum when making most types of plastic; it's non-toxic and, unlike petroleum, doesn't release harmful chemicals when decomposed.

  • Blocking UV rays

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Hemp oil has natural properties that makes it a good organic sunblock. Many brands of sunblock now include hemp oil, which include skin health benefits on top of protecting you from UV rays.

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