Hemp Seed Oil 300mg CBD (Cannabidiol)

Sorry, this product is not available at the moment.
Sorry, this product is not available at the moment



Endoca Hemp Seed Oil is a natural, whole food product, making it a perfect ingredient in healthy, raw food recipes, an ideal dietary supplement, or a totally natural, moisturizing treatment.


Our Hemp Seed Oil is made from 100% organic hemp grown in Europe, and is extracted mechanically without the use of chemicals, preservatives or additives. It is then cold pressed at temperatures below 48°C, giving it a dark, green colour and slightly hempy, nutty taste. Packed full of essential fatty acids, and vitamin E, Endoca Hemp Seed Oil is pure hemp nutritional power in a bottle.






Hemp Seed Oil provides the perfect balance between the essential fatty acids (EFAs) Omega 3 and 6. Our bodies don’t produce sufficient EFAs, so it’s vital that we source them from our food. The perfect ratio is 3:1 ratio of Omega 6: Omega 3. However, most people consume too much Omega 6 and not enough Omega 3, which is thought to lead to health problems.






Hemp hearts nutrition has meant hemp seed oil is now considered a superfood, because it delivers powerful health benefits to both our body and mind. Studies show that including good sources of Omega 3 and 6 in our diet can strengthen our immune system, improve heart health, promote hormone balance, reduce inflammation, allow for better concentration, protect our brains from degenerative diseases, and also our minds from depression.






Hemp Seed Oil isn’t just great for inside our bodies, but also has benefits for skin and hair. The oil can be used to make naturally moisturizing treatments for our skin, as well as an instant hair mask for dry or damaged hair. Studies have even shown that hemp oil taken orally can help alleviate problem skin conditions such as dermatitis and eczema.







Hemp seeds are a rich source of vitamin E, one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants. It’s important that we include antioxidants in our diet in order to combat the cellular damage caused by free radicals. If not, this can lead to oxidative stress, a precursor to many age-related diseases.







Best product out there

"I've tried quite a few CBD brands, and always come back to Endoca. The quality is far above any other brand, their transparency is superb and the clarity in what you are actually getting per dose is phenomenal. I had to do some math for the drops, but it wasn't hard to get to a proper dose. Best CBD brand out there, hands down."

-Jessica C





Hemp Seed Oil’s perfect balance of Essential Fatty Acids make it an excellent superfood nutritional supplement. However, as it is a relatively unstable oil, it is not suitable for cooking at high temperatures. Many people choose to consume hemp seed oil orally, with a recommended dosing being 2-4 teaspoons per day. Others use hemp seed oil as an alternative to olive oil in salad dressings, or as a healthy ingredient in raw food recipes.






Our body relies on having a supply of Essential Fatty Acids to operate optimally. It needs them to construct cells, to use as raw material for many important messenger and regulator substances in our body (prostaglandins, hormones, neurotransmitters), thyroid and adrenal support, brain and nervous system development, hormone balance, regulation of blood pressure, healthy liver function, regulation of blood clotting, to promote healthy skin and hair, healthy cholesterol control and to reduce inflammation.

In 3% CBD Hemp Oil Drops CBDa has been gently heated to produce CBD, which changes the molecular structure and the plant’s properties.

Linoleic acid is a double unsaturated Omega 6 fatty acid common in vegetable oils: Evening primrose oil contains up to 70% of its total fatty acid content as linoleic acid. Unrefined hemp oil contains up to 60%, compared to flax oil which has up to 30% linoleic acid. The human body synthesizes another important fatty acid from linoleic acid: gamma-linolenic acid.


Alpha-linolenic acid, a triple unsaturated Omega 3 fatty acid, is found in seeds such as hemp, chia, and flax, as well as walnuts.

Hemp Seed Oil is a source of yet another important polyunsaturated fatty acid, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which is synthesized from Linoleic Acid. In fact, hemp is the only edible oil with a significant GLA content, usually about 1-4%. Other GLA sources are evening primrose (6-14%) and borage (25-40%) oil.

Due to the high meat and fat content of our western diets, plus increased alcohol consumption, there are lower GLA levels which can contribute to a number of common illnesses.

Omega 6 (Linoleic Acid) is an essential fatty acid, meaning our body needs it to operate optimally. As a type of polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA), omega-6 helps stimulate skin and hair growth, maintains bone health, regulates metabolism, and maintains the reproductive system. But, in the type of diet favoured in the West, the optimal ratio or 3:1 Omega 6: Omega 3 has changed, with the level of Omega 6 intake increasing dramatically to approximately twenty times more than Omega 3.

It is thought a diet with excessive levels of Omega 6 can be pro-inflammatory and detrimental to our health, particularly when coming from trans fats which can’t be used by the body to make healthy nerve cell membranes. That’s why it’s vital to find a pure, natural source of essential fatty acids that provides the perfect balance between Omega 3 and 6, such as hemp seeds.

Hemp Seed Oil benefits are numerous to mention and include:

  • Nervous system support -  getting enough fatty acids helps to protect the brain from degenerative diseases, aiding the production of myelin, a fat insulation that ensures communication from one neuron to another.
  • Improved heart health - linoleic acid reduces cholesterol, preventing the build up of fat in the arteries, and plant based Essential Fatty Acids have been found to protect against myocardial infarctions.
  • Anti-inflammatory - Essential Fatty Acids have been found to be essential for immune modulation, which in effect means they reduce inflammation, which is a sign of an overactivated immune system.
  • Hormonal balance - hemp is a rich source of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an omega 6 fatty acid, which has been shown to help maintain a healthy hormonal balance in women, easing premenstrual syndrome.
  • Antioxidant - as hemp seed oil is rich in vitamin E, it makes for an excellent source of antioxidants. Why do we need antioxidants? In order to combat the damage done to our cells by free radicals and oxidative stress.
  • Mood stabilizing - studies have found Omega 3 to improve the symptoms of bipolar disorder and agoraphobia, and mental health practitioners are recommended to ensure patients include sufficient Essential Fatty Acids in their diet.

Consuming it as a source of Essential Fatty Acids can actually improve the health of our endocannabinoid system - the biological homeostatic regulator that helps us eat, sleep, relax and forget. That’s because the body’s endocannabinoids are derived from fatty acids, and there is research that indicates a link between the EFAs in hemp oil and a healthy production of endocannabinoids.

Not only that, but studies on mice have shown that a deficiency in Omega 3 can cause an impairment of endocannabinoid receptors, with the rodents experiencing disturbed emotional behaviour as a result.

It’s quite hard to get a straight answer on this question. There are three main sources of Omega 3: ALA which comes from plant sources such as hemp seeds, and EPA and DHA which come from oily fish and algae. ALA once consumed, is converted to EPA and then DHA. While some people suggest it is more efficient to consume EFAs directly from fish, other studies suggest that plant based sources such as hemp are the only way to attain the perfect balance between both Omega 3 and Omega 6.

Not only that, these days many fish stocks are either depleted and/or contaminated with heavy metals and pollutants. This is another reason why many people choose to obtain Omega 3 from plants. Plant based sources of essential fatty acids are also particularly of interest for anyone following a vegetarian or vegan diet.

It is not advisable to use hemp seed oil to cook at high temperatures, and to get the most benefits from the oil we recommend using it in its natural, unheated state.

Absolutely yes. Hemp Seed Oil makes a great beauty treatment, particularly if you have problem skin.

Hemp Seed oil can be used as a nutritional supplement, as an ingredient in raw food or as a natural skin moisturizer or hair conditioner.

There are no known side effects from consuming hemp seed oil.

Endoca Hemp Seed Oil can be bought online in our hemp store and can be shipped anywhere in the world to countries including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Germany, Holland, Spain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

100% certified

We control the entire process from seed to shelf.

Guarantee % of CBD

We deliver what is on the label.

Lab tested

All Endoca extracts are quality tested by a third party laboratory.

Dedicated Customer Care

Our team is here to help and guide your buying decision.

Worldwide delivery

No long delays, no forms to fill out, no waiting for customs clearance.

Hemp Seed Oil 300mg CBD (Cannabidiol)

Pure and natural

Subscribe for Updates


These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.
* Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural constituent of hemp oil

© 2017 ENDOCA. All rights reserved.
ENDOCA, the ENDOCA logos, and UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF NATURE are all trademarks of ENDOCA ApS and used under agreement by Endoca USA LLC