Nutrition Of the 3 million+ edible plants that grow on Earth, no other plant source can compare to the nutritional value of hemp (Cannabis Sativa) seeds. The energy of life is in the seed!
The hemp seed is a complete nutritional package:
Hemp seeds are rich in essential nutrients including Vitamin E, calcium and magnesium, iron, chlorophyll, phosphorus, and fiber.
Hemp is an easy-to-digest soy alternative.
Hemp has a balance of all 9 essential Amino Acids, making it a complete vegetarian protein source. Amino acids are the building blocks of cells antibodies, muscle tissue, and enzymes.
Hemp is one of nature’s best sources of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). EFAs are not made by the body and must be obtained through food.
Hemp’s perfect balance of Omega-6 and Omega-3 contributes to the health of hearts, joints, and skin.
Sustainability Hemp grows tall and fast, which means it competes with weeds. Pesticides and herbicides are not needed in hemp cultivation. Hemp’s deep roots aerate the soil, building fertility. It is an ideal plant for crop rotation and organic farming.
Besides being a great food crop, Hemp can be used to make paper, clothes, building materials, and even fuel. Sustainably growing hemp is a great alternative to logging and deforestation. Unlike much of the soy grown in America, hemp is never genetically modified, a practice which threatens the delicate balance of our ecosystem.
“Let food be your medicine. Let your medicine be your food.” - Hippocrates