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Natural Plant Botanical Terpenes in Hemp Seed Oil


Ingredients: Hemp seed oil (97.5%), Myrcene (300mg), D-Limonene (300mg), Linalool (150mg).
Use as a daily food supplement or topical rub. 
May support management of emotional stress, irritability and restlessness.
Note: this product does not contain CBD (cannabidiol) or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
Please refer to instructions of use below.  


Ingredients: Hemp seed oil (96.5%), Beta-caryophyllene (600mg), Myrcene (300mg), D-Limonene (150mg).
Use as a daily food supplement or topical rub. 
May support management of aches and muscle and joint tension.
Note: this product does not contain CBD (cannabidiol) or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
Please refer to instructions of use below.


Ingredients:Hemp seed oil (97.3%), Linalool (450mg), Myrcene (300mg), Beta-Caryophyllene (75mg)
Use as a daily food supplement or topical rub.
May support management of sleep, insomnia, emotional stress, muscle and joint tension.
Note: this product does not contain CBD (cannabidiol) or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Please refer to instructions of use below.

What is the Endocannabinoid System?

Everyone has an endocannabinoid system which is the body’s complex internal cell-signalling system. This system plays a role in regulating a range of functions and processes within the body.

Scientific research has linked the endocannabinoid system to:

  • appetite and digestion
  • metabolism
  • chronic pain
  • inflammation and other immune system responses
  • mood
  • learning and memory
  • motor control
  • sleep
  • cardiovascular system function
  • muscle formation
  • bone remodelling and growth
  • liver function
  • reproductive system function
  • stress
  • skin and nerve function

These functions all contribute to your body's homeostasis, which refers to stability of your body’s internal environment. For example, if an outside force, such as pain from an injury or a fever, throws off your body’s homeostasis, your Endocannabinoid System kicks-in to help your body return to its ideal operation.

Click links to research:

1. Cannabinoid Receptors and the Endocannabinoid System: Signalling and Function in the Central Nervous System (

2. Endogenous cannabinoid receptor ligands--anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol - PubMed (

Your endocannabinoid system involves 3 main components:

1. endocannabinoids (anandamide (full name N-arachidonoylethanolamine) and 2-AG (full name 2-arachidonoylglycerol);
2. receptors; and
3. enzymes

The receptors are found throughout your body. Endocannabinoids (along with plant derived terpenes) bind to the endocannabinoid system receptors in order to signal that the endocannabinoid system needs to take action. There are two main receptors in the endocannabinoid system: 

  • CB1 receptors, which interact with the brain and are mostly found in the central nervous system; and
  • CB2 receptors, which interact with the muscles and organs and are mostly found in the peripheral nervous system and the immune cells.

Endocannabinoids and plant derived terpenes bind to either receptor and the effects that result depend on where the receptor is located and which endocannabinoid it binds to.

For example, endocannabinoids, cannabinoids (CBD) and terpenes might target CB1 receptors in a spinal nerve to relieve pain. Others might bind to CB2 receptors in your immune cells to reduce inflammation, which is a common sign of autoimmune disorders. 

Hemp Seed Oil

What is Hemp Seed Oil?

Hemp seed oil, is an all natural plant based oil derived from cold pressing hemp seeds. The oil contains the perfect ratio of omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids needed by the body. hemp seed oil has health benefits as a food supplement.

Our hemp seed oil is cultivated on our farms located in Tasmania. It is all natural, gluten-free, GMO-free and 100% vegan friendly.
Scientifically proven benefits of omega 3 demonstrate it is effective against anxiety and depression, inflammation, auto-immune diseases, and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). 

What are Terepenes

Terpenes are chemicals naturally found in plants and they contribute to the smell and flavour of plant-based foods. Natural plant terpenes are used as flavourings and fragrances in foods, cosmetics, perfumes and wellness products.

Terpenes have a wellness effect by acting on the body’s own endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is a complex network of cell receptors that work as chemical messengers. Terpenes are known to interact with the CB1 receptors (located mostly in the brain and central nervous system) and the CB2 receptors (mostly located in the gut, muscle, joints, skin and other organs).

Research shows that terpenes may contribute to wellness as part of healthy lifestyle management. The common wellness effects include, improvements in physical aches and tension, balancing mood and calmness, controlling appetite, sharper thinking, and supporting restlessness, anxiety and sleep.

We have carefully selected and formulated the blend of terpenes with hemp seed oil to deliver the desired result.
Terpenes are commonly found in a wide variety of plants including but not limited to hemp, clover, rosemary, lavender, fruits and spices.

Following is a list of Terpenes, where they are commonly sourced from and what they are known to assist with. 

Terpene Commonly found in May support management of or have benefits relating to/as
Beta-caryophyllene Hemp, clover, rosemary, hops, lavender, oregano and black pepper Antioxidant, Inflammation, general aches, muscle and joint spasm / tension, insomnia
D-limonene Hemp and citrus fruits Anti-depression, anti anxiety, elevated mood, stress relief, reflux, antifungal, stimulant
Linalool Hemp, mint, cinnamon, rosewood and citrus fruits Insomnia, Stress, Sleep, relaxation, calming and soothing effects
Myrcene Hemp, mango, West Indian bay tree, lemongrass and cardamom Sedation, sleep, relaxation, calming and soothing effects


Do not use for children under 12 years old.
If trying to conceive, pregnant or breastfeeding, please ask your GP, pharmacist, doctor or preferred naturopath if safe to consume our products. 
Do not use if hypersensitive or allergic to terpenes.
Avoid contact with eyes and nose.


Use with caution if taking any medicines.
Ask your pharmacist or doctor for advice before using this product.

Nutrition Information

Servings per bottle: 30
Serving Size: 1ml

Avg. Quantity 
per serving
Avg. Quantity
per 100ml

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Instructions for use

Using the pipette dropper, place 3 to 5 drops under the tongue every 6 to 8 hours.
Leave under the tongue for 30 seconds, then swallow.
Expect to see wellness benefits in 2 to 4 weeks after regular use.
Do not use more than 3mL in 24 hours. 

Undesirable effects

Using more than 60 drops (3mL) in 24 hours, may cause some temporary indigestion or loose bowel motions. Stop using or reduce intake if you experience undesirable effects.

No animal testing

This product or any of its ingredients has not been tested on animals.

Storage conditions

Store below 25°C. Protect from light. Discard 6 months after opening.


Soul Seeds Pty Ltd

We have a proud Tasmanian heritage. Our industrial hemp seed is grown from our farm in the pristine midlands of Tasmania, known for its clean air and rich fertile soils, producing the finest foods.
Soul Seeds’ product portfolio, specialised supply chain and best of breed farmer network, position us as a leading player in the Australian hemp market.
We believe in changing the world through hemp and in supporting a healthy planet with sustainable products which will enable people to live better, healthier lives.


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Robbins, Curt. (2021). Terpene Harvest™ for January 2021: Wintersweet. Linkedin.
Waku, K. (2006). Endogenous cannabinoid receptor ligands--anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol. Yakugaku zasshi: Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, 126(2), 67-81.
Zou, S., & Kumar, U. (2018). Cannabinoid receptors and the endocannabinoid system: signaling and function in the central nervous system. International journal of molecular sciences, 19(3), 833.