Hemp oil

  • High-quality hemp oil from Kröpfel, quality from Austria
  • From sustainable agriculture
  • Particularly fine and nutty in taste
  • The tinted glass bottle protects the vitamins and fatty acids
  • Vegan, 100% cold-pressed hemp oil

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Hemp oil is a particularly high-quality oil with a fine, nutty flavor. It proves its status as a superfood thanks to the optimal ratio of vital omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids of 1:3.

Hemp oil is also valued for its anti-inflammatory gamma-linolenic acid and is used as medicinal skin care for neurodermatitis or psoriasis, for example.

This greenish-golden oil strengthens the immune system, optimizes brain and nerve functions and regenerates or repairs the body’s own cells.

A good diet keeps you healthy and increases your well-being.

Use of hemp oil:
Hemp oil can be used like any other oil. Due to its fine, nutty flavor, however, it goes particularly well with cold dishes and is recommended for refining salads and sauces. Cooked dishes are also given the finishing touch with hemp oil.

Consumption recommendation:
1-2 tablespoons of sustainably produced Kröpfel hemp oil daily

Hemp oil should not be used for frying, as heating above approx. 165 degrees causes damage to the essential omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids.

Store in a cool place away from light.

Due to the purity of the oil, it can also be administered to animals such as horses and dogs.

The hemp oil is free from THC and CBD.

Read more about hemp oil.

Further information on hemp oil

Cannabis oil, CBD oil, hemp oil – characteristics & differences

There are several synonyms for the hemp plant. Cannabis is the Latin word for hemp, so both mean the same thing

1. Cannabis oil, hemp oil and CBD oil are also often mistakenly lumped together.


The three actually have one thing in common: they are all products that are derived from the hemp plant. However, they differ when it comes to their intended use and ingredients. We explain the difference between cannabis oil, hemp oil and CBD oil – in a simple, straightforward and practical way. To understand why the products differ so greatly from one another, it is important to take a closer look at the manufacturing process. It becomes clear why CBD oil as well as hemp oil and cannabis oil deserve their own place.

Product Legal/illegal Application purpose Form of application Extracted from Appearance
CBD oil legal with up to 0.2 % THC Alleviation of symptoms Orally or locally on the skin Flowers and leaves of the hemp plant golden color
Cannabis oil illegal (exception: on prescription) Intoxication purposes, possibly medical purposes orally Flowers and leaves of the hemp plant usually black/thick consistency
Hemp oil legal Cooking oil (for the absorption of nutrients) Orally or locally on the skin Hemp seeds green to brown

CBD oil

CBD oil is based on a very special extract of the hemp plant: CBD. The cannabinoid can be extracted from the plant using various extraction methods. CO2 extraction is particularly popular. No wonder, because this allows a particularly pure and therefore high-quality product to be produced.

The flowers of the female hemp plant in particular are the focus of CBD oil production. The pollen (known as trichomes) contains particularly high levels of the valuable cannabinoid. CBD can also be extracted from the leaves of the hemp plant.

CBD oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety and pain-relieving potential2-8. It is therefore recommended for numerous complaints and illnesses. Full-spectrum CBD oil is in particularly high demand as it contains terpenes and flavonoids in addition to cannabidiol. This interaction supports the so-called entourage effect.

The special thing about CBD oil is that it does not have an intoxicating effect. This is because the proportion of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) must be less than 0.2 %. Only then is it a freely available product that does not fall under the Narcotics Act. CBD oil can be taken orally. Users rely on the sublingual application method, whereby a few drops of the product are instilled under the tongue. Alternatively, CBD oil can also be applied to the skin.

CBD oil at a glance

  • is obtained from the hemp plant using an extraction process
  • Flowers and leaves serve as a source of CBD
  • CBD oil has anti-anxiety, pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory potential
  • In the full-spectrum variant, CBD oil also contains terpenes and flavonoids
  • is recommended for numerous diseases and complaints
  • does not have an intoxicating effect, as the THC content is less than 0.2
  • freely available for sale and does not fall under the Narcotics Act
  • CBD oil is taken orally or applied to the skin
  • Large selection of different CBD oils available online

Cannabis oil

Cannabis oil is often confused with CBD oil, but these are two completely different products. The manufacturing process, on the other hand, is very similar. Here too, leaves and flowers are used to extract the active ingredients. A carrier oil is then also added.

Less care can be taken during production because selected connections do not have to be removed. This mainly refers to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The psychoactive cannabinoid is responsible for the high that the hemp plant produces. Cannabis oil contains between 50 and 80 % THC. Although cannabis oil ultimately also combines cannabidiol, terpenes and flavonoids, the focus is not on the potential health-promoting effect, but on the intoxicating effect.

Cannabis oil, also known as THC oil, hash oil or hash oil, is primarily consumed to induce mind-altering effects. While THC triggers the high, the terpenes and flavonoids are said to enhance the absorption and effect. In contrast to CBD oil and hemp oil, cannabis oil is subject to the Narcotics Act. It is therefore not readily available legally for private consumers. People with severe, chronic illnesses have been able to obtain cannabis on prescription since 2017.

By the way: Cannabis oil, unlike CBD oil, is black and has a thicker consistency. This is because cannabis oil, produced for intoxication purposes, often uses less professional extraction techniques using olive oil or butane. It also contains compounds that are considered superfluous.

Cannabis oil at a glance

  • can be extracted from the hemp plant using butane and olive oil
  • Flowers and leaves are the starting material
  • contains a large amount of THC
  • The focus is on intoxicating effects
  • A medical benefit is possible (prescription required)
  • falls under the Narcotics Act, therefore illegal
  • Cannabis oil is taken orally

Hemp oil

Hemp oil stands out in the range of oils. It is generally not used for medicinal or intoxicating purposes. Rather, it is used as a high-quality cooking oil. Here too, the hemp plant provides the raw material. The seeds of industrial hemp are processed by cold pressing. The grease must not exceed the temperature threshold of 45°. This produces a very high-quality vegetable oil. Cannabinoids can only be detected in very small quantities in hemp oil. However, this does not mean that the hemp product is not valuable for health.

Fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6) are particularly convincing here. Omega-3 fatty acids in particular are important for the body, as they support development and heart and brain function. They are also considered valuable in the fight against inflammatory processes. Sea fish is one of the best sources of omega-3. However, vegans or vegetarians must look for other suppliers. In addition to linseed oil, hemp seed oil is recommended.

In addition to omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, hemp seed oil contains proteins, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and vitamins B1, B2 and E. What hemp seed oil looks like is determined by the amount of chlorophyll in the unhulled seeds. This means that although hemp oil is a hemp product, it contains neither THC nor CBD in significant quantities. As a high-quality vegetable oil, it is very popular in the kitchen.

Hemp oil at a glance

  • can be obtained by cold pressing
  • Hemp seeds serve as the basis
  • contains neither CBD nor THC in significant quantities
  • is primarily used as cooking oil
  • Hemp oil is rich in valuable fatty acids, vitamins and minerals
  • should not be heated, as the smoke point is low

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