Evergenics Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Oil • Super Premium, Maximum-Strength Formula

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Key Benefits:

• Relieves Joint & Body Pain
• Reduces Stress & Anxiety
• Supports Brain Health
• Aids Weight Loss
• Promotes Good Sleep & Mood
• Fights Cancer
• Moisturizes & Protects Skin
• Clears Acne
• Boosts Hair, Eye & Nail Health
• Soothes Dry, Itchy Skin & Scalp
• Fights Inflammation
• Supports Heart Health
• Has Natural Mint Flavor & Aroma

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About Evergenics Organic Hemp Oil

Main Uses: Oral and Topical

1. When using orally, for best medicinal results, place 1 ml (approximately the amount of a dropper half full) under the tongue for 45 seconds to 1 minute, then swallow.

2. Topically: For skin or scalp, apply 3 to 4 drops or desired amount and gently massage into area you are seeking to treat.

Benefits Of Hemp Oil Supported By Medical Research

1. Reduces Anxiety

Controlled studies have shown that active compounds in hemp can reduce symptoms of generalized social anxiety disorder.1 Tests results using brain imaging have shown that these compounds social anxiety by affecting the limbic and paralimbic areas of the brain.2 Numerous published medical summaries establish hemp as an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) drug that has beneficial effects on the human body’s endocannabinoid system.3 4

2. Relieves Pain

The human endocannabinoid system is involved in many physiological and cognitive processes including pain sensation.5 Two primary endocannabinoid receptors have been identified: CB1 and CB2. Studies have shown that hemp compounds play a role in activating CB1 and CB2 which causes a reduction in the sensation of pain.6 7 A systemic review published in the Official Journal of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain of 13 studies concludes that hemp compounds, “may provide effective analgesia in chronic neuropathic pain in conditions that are refractory to other treatments.” 8

3. Helps Arthritis Sufferers

In a controlled trial involving 58 human patients, hemp-based medicine administered orally helped arthritis sufferers experience less pain during movement, less pain at rest and better sleep compared to placebo.9 Other research has shown that hemp not only relieves arthritis pain and reduces inflammation, but protects the joints from damage as well.10 Applying hemp oil topically has also been shown to have “long-lasting” therapeutic effects on arthritis symptoms.11

4. Improves Sleep

In research on humans, hemp oil compounds have been shown to “promptly” and “substantially” improve sleep by reducing the frequency of REM sleep behavior disorder events.12 Notable improvement in sleep has been reported in additional studies involving hemp compounds and 2000 patients and 1000 patient hours of exposure, including patients with multiple sclerosis, peripheral neuropathic pain, intractable cancer pain and rheumatoid arthritis.13

5. Grows Hair, Prevents Hair Loss and Improves Hair Health

Hemp oil is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fats that nourish hair, support hair thickening and reduce inflammation that can lead to hair loss.14 A study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology evaluating 120 healthy subjects found that after six months of supplementing with omega3s and omega6s hair density and growth had significantly improved.15 Evergenics Organic Hemp Oil contains a type of omega-3 fatty acid called linolenic acid. Dr. Andrew Weil writes that linolenic acid, “stimulates growth of hair and nails, improves the health of the skin, and can reduce inflammation.”16

6. Promotes Weight Loss

If you are one of those always looking for new ways to lose weight easier, you might be surprised that hemp oil can help. Hemp oil contains oleic acid. Research has shown that increasing consumption of oleic acid, an omega-9 fatty acid, not only increases resting metabolic rate, it also makes subjects more inclined to engage in physical activity further supporting weight loss and better health.17 The oleic acid found in hemp oil may also help curb snacking and overeating. Researchers at University of California, Irvine, have shown that oleic acid boosts production of a compound called oleoylethanolamine (OEA). OEA activates brain pathways that increase the feelings of fullness, promote weight loss and help lower blood cholesterol.18

7. Reduces Inflammation and Provides Antioxidant Benefits

Hemp compounds are potent anti-inflammatory agents and they exert their effects through induction of apoptosis, inhibition of cell proliferation, suppression of cytokine production and induction of T-regulatory cells.19 Research published in two journals, the American Journal of Physiology and Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, cite more than a dozen studies demonstrating the potency of cannabidiol as a anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.20 21 Inflammation has been linked to many serious health conditions including arthritis, allergies, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney failure, autoimmune disease and Alzheimer’s disease.22 23

8. Fights Cancer

According to the National Cancer Institute hemp compounds can prevent cancer growth, relieve cancer symptoms and reduce the side effects of cancer treatment.24 25

Research available at the National Institutes of Health shows that hemp oil compounds can help prevent and fight a wide range of cancers in areas of the human body:

• Bladder26

• Brain27 28 29 30 31

• Breast32 33 34 35

• Colon36 37 38

• Endocrine System39

• Kaposi Sarcoma40

• Leukemia41 42

• Lung43 44 45

• Prostate46 47 48

• Skin49

9. Improves and Protects Brain Health

Neurodegenerative disease is the progessive decline in function of neurons primarily in the brain. Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Huntington’s and dementia are types of neurodegeneration-caused brain diseases. Symptoms include memory loss, anxiety, forgetfulness, apathy, mood changes and loss of inhibition. Hemp compounds have exhibited neuroprotective effects and may help manage neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.50 51 52 A double-blind study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology has shown that Parkinson’s disease patients treated with hemp compounds experienced improved quality of life.53

10. Improves Heart Health

Research published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology tells us that hemp compounds benefit the cardiovascular system by protecting against vascular damage caused by high blood sugar, inflammation and diabetes.54 In the same report, hemp compounds were observed to increase blood flow and reduce cardiovascular responses to stress. A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, using molecular analysis, electron spin resonance spectroscopy and flow cytometry, concludes that hemp compounds can be a beneficial treatment for cardiovascular disorders by relieving oxidative stress and inflammation.55

11. Relieves Psoriasis and Itchy Skin

Psoriasis is a skin disorder that leaves sufferers with red patches, scaling and dry, cracked skin. A study published by the Journal of Dermatological Science determines that hemp compounds can help treat psoriasis by inhibiting the growth of keratinocytes.56 Hyperproliferation of keratinocytes is a cause of psoriasis.

Unbalanced immune function is known as one of the causes of psoriasis, and hemp’s effect on supporting a healthy immune system may be another reason for using it to alleviate and stop psoriasis.

In a study on human subjects with uremic pruritus (severely itchy skin caused by poor kidney function), nearly 40% of the patients had seen their pruritus completely reversed and more than 80% were observed to have had a “complete” reduction of dry skin after a three-week treatment with hemp cream.57 In a German trial the average itch reduction was shown to be 86.4% in pruritus patients treated with a topical hemp agonist.58

12. Combats Acne

Sebocytes are sebum-producing epithelial cells. Research published by the Journal of Clinical Investigation shows that the administration of hemp compounds suppress sebocyte proliferation and due to its lipostatic, anti-proliferative and anti-inflammatory effect, hemp compounds may be used successfully in the treatment of acne vulgaris.59 In a controlled 12-week study in which healthy males were treated with a hemp seed topical extract, it was shown that skin sebum and skin redness were reduced “significantly.”60 The authors of the study have suggested that hemp could be prescribed for acne vulgaris, seborrhea, papules and pustules.

Enjoy All The Benefits Of Evergenics Organic Hemp Oil Today!

Like all Evergenics health products, our organic hemp oil is made in the USA and doctor-formulated to be stronger, purer and safer than any other product of its kind. Every purchase is 100% risk-free. Try Evergenics Organic Hemp Oil today and if it doesn’t fully meet your expectations, we’ll give you a hassle-free, no-questions-asked refund!

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