Hemp is commonly known as industrial hemp because its main use is in industries such as textiles, automotive, food, hemp is used to make paper, textiles, bird food, among others. It is not for nothing that it is known as the plant of a thousand uses.
Hemp shares the same cannabinoids as Cannabis sativa, except for THC. On the other hand, it contains enormous amounts of CBD or cannabidiol. This cannabinoid found in hemp buds or flowers is very effective in the treatment of some diseases. That is why the CBD market has grown exponentially in recent years.
To understand what exactly the endocannabinoid system is and the role it plays in the physiological and pathological processes of body systems, we must look closely at what our body is like and what we are ourselves, it is an intercellular communication system. It is a neurotransmission system, although it is much more than that since it is found in other organs and tissues of the body, and not exclusively in the brain. So, let’s see the benefits of hemp flower for women
It is useful for treating menstrual pain and inflammation. Cannabidiol has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, both in the form of topical cream and oral consumption. Besides, CBD acts as a great anxiolytic. It allows to regulate mood and avoid depressive phases.
Furthermore, this compound is effective in the treatment of refractory epilepsy such as Dravet, West, or Lennox-Gastaut syndromes, has important antipsychotic properties, particularly effective against schizophrenia, is effective against nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy, and is effective against chronic inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
On the other hand, CBD is widely used in the treatment of acne, it shows a sebostatic and anti-inflammatory effect on human sebocytes.
Is moisturizing for the skin, regenerating, and nourishing, this is how you could define the oil that is born from this plant of the cannabis Sativa family.
What you will find in this plant, specifically in its seed and oil, are essential amino acids that help the body repair and strengthen nails and natural antioxidants such as alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E).
Aromatic hemp flowers are used for the manufacture of numerous products related to cosmetics and beauty such as soothing oils, creams, and massage gels. Its vitamins and essential acids allow better care of the skin.
Hemp has become a beauty ally for many influencers and celebrities who see all its nutritional benefits also reflected in its topical application. Cannabis cosmetics take advantage of its soothing, anti-inflammatory, and relaxing properties to improve skin health, it should be noted that CBD creams focus on this single component of hemp and are widely used in different skin diseases, cases of eczema, allergies, rashes, or irritations are often treated with these creams with very good results.
Hemp flower seeds are rich in proteins, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and enzymes. Besides, they have hardly any sugars or saturated fats. They are, as a whole, nutritious and beneficial food for health. As they are not subjected to heat, they maintain their properties and have no undesired effects.
The use of hemp oil as a food supplement is common because it has high amounts of omega 3 and omega 6, ideal for preventing cholesterol and improving cardiovascular health. Also, hemp flour, hemp proteins come from the seeds and can be consumed with all the guarantees. In this regard, it should be noted that hemp seeds have the highest rates of vegetable protein (34%).
Hemp fabric can be processed to be light, soft, breathable, and durable, replacing most cotton applications in the textile industry.
Considering that cotton accounts for 43% of the fibers used for clothing and textiles worldwide, hemp has enormous potential ahead of it. The iconic jeans company Levi’s recently announced a pilot project to replace 27% of the cotton in its jeans with hemp, also used to a lesser extent in the manufacture of dresses and footwear. The reason behind hemp’s use in this industry is due to its high ecological component and, therefore, its greater commitment to the environment.
Hemp can be used for endless applications of plastic uses including bags, wallets, pouch holders, and purses, unlike synthetic plastics, which are produced from renewable and biodegradable materials.
In short, its benefits for them are many, natural medicine, clothing, food, home, furniture, nutritional oil, soap, shampoo, mats, bags, insulation, plastics, felts, paints and varnishes, geotextiles against erosion, are some of the uses that could have this plant today.