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Protein - Hemp seeds are a SUPERFOOD! By weight, hemp seeds provide similar amounts of protein as beef and lamb - 30 grams of hemp seeds, provide about 11 grams of protein. Uniquely, they provide all ten essential amino acids which are the building blocks for all proteins, including high amounts of arginine.

Fats - Hemp seeds are also a great source of balanced essential fatty acids. High is polyunsaturated fats (omega 3&6), low in saturated fats and contain no trans fats.

Fiber - Very high in fiber, much is contained within the shell of the hemp seed.

Vitamins & Minerals - A great source of vitamin E and minerals, such as phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc




Brief history of hemp

Did you know that the original Declaration of Independence is written on hemp paper? The history of hemp in America dates back hundreds of years for its many uses from textiles, fibers, plastics, oils, foods, and pharmaceuticals.

With the introduction of the 2018 Farm bill, Industrial Hemp is now legal in all 50 states, giving birth to new companies such as Hemp Acres.


The difference between hemp and marijuana; marijuana produces high levels of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinoil) while hemp produces very little, to no THC. THC is the psychoactive compound found in cannabis which gives one the "high" effect. Many hemp strains produce considerable amounts of CBD, (Cannabidiol) which has been extensively studied by both the U.S and Israel for it's unique healing properties. Most important, CBD produces no psychoactive affect.

All mammals have what is called an Endocannabinoid system (ECS) throughout the brain and body. When CBD enters the nervous system, studies have shown a positive regulation of appetite, digestion, immune system functions, anxiety, and pain relieving, without causing any impairing psychoactive side effects.