Nutiva® organic hemp seed oil is cold-pressed and unrefined. Just like hemp seed, the oil contains the ideal 3:1 omega-6 to omega-3 ratio. Unlike flax, hemp has valuable super omega-3 (SDA) and super omega-6 (GLA), which can help the body metabolize fat. Use hemp oil in smoothies, salads, vegetables, and pasta dishes. To conserve the essential fatty acids, we suggest that you use it raw or gently heated.
About This Brand
Revolutionizing the way the world eats is a lofty goal for any brand to achieve, but Nutiva is up for the challenge and betting on superfoods. These ingredients offer nourishing nutrients, and many of them can be grown, harvested, and processed sustainably, which means they’re both good for you and the planet. We’re talking hemp, coconut, chia, red palm, and more. There are lots of superfoods to...
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Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (15 ml)
Servings Per Container:About 32
Amount per serving
% daily value
Made without hexane, dairy, lactose or sweeteners.
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NutivaOrganic hemp oil
Posted by joe from BOISE, Idaho
Smells fishy. Did not like the overpowering smell.
So good on oatmeal
Posted by Laura from Chicago, Illinois
Eat this everyday. Also love this as a lighter option for salads, smoothies, etc.
Posted by Cynthia from CAMPBELL, California
Love it! It’s yummy. I alternate between hemp, avocado, and olive oils, mostly.
Posted by Teresa from Haymarket, Virginia
Good to have another oil option on hand.
Great oil, terrible shelf life.
Posted by Bekah from Muskogee , Oklahoma
So I love hemp seed oil for all of its yummy, health goodness. I am also particularly picky about getting oils organic, unrefined, cold pressed...etc...
I also understand that, because it is organic and unrefined, the oil tends to spoil a lot quicker. I'm not overly picky about expiration dates and what not, but the nose knows! Hempseed oil should have a strong smell, however, it should not be a pungent, face-scrunching, nose-crinkling smell. It should have a nutty, earthy smell. Not the smell of rotted flowers; you know, when you leave that oh-so beautiful bouquet of flowers sitting in the kitchen window for WAY too long...we've all been there, right? Right?? Uh.....yeah....me neither...Moving along....
Back to the point.....hemp seed oil smells strongly nutty and earthy....but when it smells BAD, it is old. Which happens. Sometimes things get delayed during shipment for one reason or another (like a global pandemic, for example), and the oil just goes bad!
That being said, under normal circumstances, there is no reason that your hemp seed oil should arrive spoiled or close to expiration. Just make sure to store it in the fridge after you open it and pay attention to it. When it starts to smell like canned spinach, toss it.
Posted by elke from IRON RIVER, Michigan
good flavor, good price
I use it for the nutrition
Posted by Arlene from NASHUA, Iowa
Hemp oil has the perfect balance of omega3:omega6 oils. I use this on salads. It has a bit of a flavor, which isn't as pleasant as olive oil, but definitely something I can handle in exchange for the nutrition.
Posted by M from LURAY, Virginia
use in salads, and cooking
Posted by Amy from CULLEOKA, Tennessee
Love this product
Posted by Sara from RALEIGH, North Carolina
This is my go to oil to use for making salad dressing and topping for potatoes.