Supplier of microencapsulated raw materials for food supplements based on hemp seed oil
Hemp seed oil has become a key ingredient in the world of dietary supplements, thanks to its numerous health benefits. The oil, extracted from the seeds of Cannabis sativa L., is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, in particular Linoleic and alpha-Linolenic acids. Various research has highlighted that hemp seed oil can help reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood, reducing the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. Furthermore, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, hemp seed oil has proven to be an excellent adjuvant for relieving inflammation and chronic pain  .
When talking about hemp seed oil supplements, the quality and preservation of the active ingredient are of fundamental importance. This is where IPS, a leading company in the production of microencapsulated raw materials, comes into play. The IPS microcapsules, obtained by coacervation in the aqueous phase, are in fact specifically designed to protect hemp seed oil from direct oxidizing agents, thus guaranteeing maximum effectiveness of the product.
The microencapsulation by coacervation technique used by IPS offers numerous advantages over traditional methods. One of the main benefits is the ability to preserve and protect the active ingredient, while ensuring that the therapeutic properties of the oil remain intact.
Referring to the product sheet, here are some technical specifications that make IPS microcapsules advantageous for producers:
- Oil content : The microcapsules have a very high oil content, varying between 70% and 80%, with a density of 0.7 g/ml.
- Granulometry: The dimensions of the microcapsules vary from 100 to 600 μm, thus making the product suitable for different formulations.
IPS' experience and continuous scientific research, make hemp seed oil microcapsules the ideal choice for manufacturers of food supplements and nutraceuticals.