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Ayurveda's Gift To The Modern World

Let's understand why Hemp is far from misconceptions and has gradually begun to occupy the hearts of people with no harm but only good:

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The unprecedented and extremely challenging times due to the pandemic have proved to be the best of lessons that showed us the Organic and Ayurvedic World path that is more rooted and connected to Nature. Undoubtedly, 2022 demands us to get back to conscious consumerism-the primary focus of Ayurveda's indigenous science. Consumers are constantly looking for the pragmatic intervention of Ayurvedic products developed from natural and sustainable sources, and Hemp fills this mould perfectly.

Hemp, also known as 'Vijaya' or 'Herb of the Immortal', is one of the many potent herbs in Ayurveda with immense medicinal properties. The reference of Himalayan Hemp used for medicinal, beauty and health purposes is found in classic Ayurvedic scriptures like Sushruta Samhita, Charaka Samhita, Shargandhara Samhita, Anandakanda, Bhava Prakashah, etc. Although the entire plant can be used in different ways, Cold-pressed Organic Hemp oil -vegetable oil derived from the seeds of Cannabis sativa is most popularly used in the skincare and food industry.

Hemp is revolutionising clean, green and ethical beauty and lifestyle and is also dominating the Ayurvedic medical spaces, with brands tapping into the benefits of this multifaceted ingredient worldwide and using Hemp as the torchbearer in their topical and edible products. Its popularity can be attributed to increased awareness, an eco-friendly Ayurvedic alternative to many toxic ingredients, and increased consumption due to health benefits.

The consumers, in the meanwhile, are also increasingly becoming more receptive to the idea of using Hemp and detaching the plant from its psychotropic properties. The awareness of Hemp as a powerful Ayurvedic ingredient suitable for every skin and hair type is gradually seeping into the market. 

Let's understand why Hemp is far from misconceptions and has gradually begun to occupy the hearts of people with no harm but only good:

Hemp is a treasure of Ayurveda. 

Keeping all the rumours aside, let us clarify that it is far from all the misconceptions. Hemp is one of the top five sacred herbs of Ayurveda. In the past few years, we have witnessed a rise in the usage of Hemp as an ingredient when it comes to functional food, a sustainable textile choice, and an overall elixir. It is one of the most precious gifts of the Himalayas, the usage has increased over the years, but the use of Hemp Seeds dates back to 2000 BCE. 

Hemp holds many nutritional benefits.

Cannabis Sativa, the Hemp plant seeds, are from the same species as cannabis (Marijuana) but a different variety. Hemp is rich in healthy fats and various minerals. More than 25% of their total calories are from high-quality protein, more than chia seeds and flaxseeds. Hemp seeds are a great source of Vitamin E and minerals like sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, and potassium. 

Science and Nature back the benefits

Hemp is indeed Nature's win-win ingredient and gift to humankind. It penetrates the earth in search of water and grows clamorously in an ideal environment. The tuberous structure of Hemp's roots is evidence that it is a highly water-efficient crop. Furthermore, the natural qualities of the crop make it resilient to pests and insects. Modern Science considers Hemp a cleanser, emollient, skin conditioner, and surfactant; it is indeed a perfect example of an amalgamation of science and Nature.  

Hemp is Sustainable

In many ways, the cultivation of Hemp presents sustainability benefits along with its increasing organic cultivation that combines best environmental practices, synergistic biodiversity and the preservation of natural resources. 

Hemp discovering the beauty and wellness 

Talking about the Hemp Seed Oil, it is Non-Comedogenic. It works best for skin without clogging pores and gives the ideal nourishment for the skin - A gift for all the curious Ayurveda enthusiasts who believe that it has all the solutions to their plethora of problems. Hemp Ayurvedic Treatment Facial Oil is bliss for your facial massages; thank us later. If you have a combination of oily skin types, this facial oil will put a full stop to all your worries. It is incredibly rich in minerals and provides proper nourishment to your facial skin. 

Hemp is a golden ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3

We bet that Hemp is the only plant-based oil with the miraculous Omega 6 to Omega 3. It acts as an ideal skin barrier and improves the texture and appearance of the skin. Hemp's amino acids nourish the skin, restore the visible damage and strengthen the skin surface. It further helps in encouraging skin metamorphosis and new cell generation, which is no less than a blessing for your skin. It is time to nourish it with the rooted Ayurveda that opens the doors for health and wellness in its purest form. 

Hemp's beauty benefits also include soothing, repairing, treating, and nourishing the skin to unveil immaculate therapeutic and youthful radiance. The recently launched Ayurvedic Hemp Range by SoulTree profoundly nourishes, soothes, treats and rejuvenates the skin, thereby promoting cell turnover to unearth Youthful Radiance like none other. This luxurious range is crafted with 100% Pure, Certified Organic cold-pressed Hemp Seed Oil to promote skin metamorphosis, Ayurvedic Kaya Kalp.


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