Hemp

Cannabinoids: Disease and Health Benefits

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Hemp: Nature’s Perfect Food

All 10 essential AAs that are the building blocks of protein: 33% pure digestible protein, providing readily available amino acids for building and repairing tissue. Read More

Hemp Nuts: Nutritional Information

Besides providing the human EFA’s and having a favorable unsaturated-to-saturated fat ratio, hemp seed is an excellent dietary source of easily digestible, gluten-free protein. Its overall protein content of 34.6g/100g is comparable to that of soy beans and better than that found in nuts, other seeds, dairy products, meat, fish, or poultry. Read More

Hemp Nuts: FAQs

Hemp seed is a fruit and not actually a nut. The anaphylaxis society has no reported cases of hemp seed or hemp seed oil causing reactions to people with nut allergies. Read More

Hemp Nuts: Complete Nutrition

Americans are succumbing to immune deficiency diseases than ever before. Sadly it is ignorance of human nutritional needs that will cause this overwhelming majority of Americans to die slowly from these afflictions – the greatest killers in affluent nations. Read More

Hemp Nuts: Ancient Superfood

The protein in hemp contains all eight amino acids essential to life and is easily digested. For this reason it is used in many parts of the world for treating malnourishment Read More

Hemp Nut Recipes

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Hemp Superfood

Hemp seeds can be used in baking and on salads, or to make milk, tofu, flour, butter and pasta. Hemp has protein content similar to soy beans, with one exceptional advantage: there is no known genetic tampering with hemp. Read More