Vitamins in Hemp at a Glance .
Vitamins play an important role in the diet.
is an important factor for, skin and growth, vision and the immune system. It occurs in pure form only in animal products. Vegetable oils and food as well as feed contain precursors of the vitamin, known as provitamins A.
Deficiency symptoms can manifest in vision problems and susceptibility to infections.
is not a single substance, but rather a collective name for various vitamins. Vitamins of the B group are water-soluble and interact with each other in important interactions (correlation). The main function of B vitamins is that they are involved as coenzyme in various metabolic processes in the organism.
Also known as ascorbic acid. Due to the gradual change of the human or animal organism (due to evolution), the organism can no longer synthesize the substance today. Above all, vegetable foods serve as an ascorbic acid source.
is actually not a vitamin, it can be produced in combination with sunlight from the body itself (Synthesized). Vitamin D is essential for bone mineralization.
is a collective name for the various forms of the vitamin (α-, β-, γ-, and δ-tocopherol, tocotrienols).
Vitamin E, as an antioxidant (is a chemical compound that slows down or completely prevents the oxidation of other substances), plays an important protective role in the body. A vitamin E deficiency promotes the development of cell disorders, infections and arteriosclerosis. The occurrence of vitamin E is found mainly in plant seeds and the cold pressed oils obtained from them. The vital substance does not develop its effect alone, but in combination with vitamin C and the trace element selenium.
is especially important for the nervous system and energy production. Herbal and animal products contain thiamine (Vit.B1), a disease due to vitamin B1 deficiency is called beriberi and expresses, for example. with symptoms like;
Disorders of the nerves, the musculature and the cardiovascular system.
called Riboflavin belongs to the water-soluble vitamins, in the body it plays an important role as a component of co-enzymes which are needed for the metabolism. Vitamin B2 fulfills a whole series of tasks in the organism, it is crucially involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids, fatty acids, purines and vitamins. However, the most important function of riboflavin is the involvement of the respiratory chain. Vitamin B2 is stored in the liver and excreted via the kidneys.
Tocopherol / Vitamin E Content in mg per 100g of oil:
Evening Primrose 58
Grapeseed oil 52
Walnut oil 44
Sesame oil 40