Hemp Seeds - Hulled - Organic - bulk

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Origin: France
SKU: SKU1672
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Organic hemp seeds, hulled

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Hemp seeds are actually nuts and called as such on some product labels. “Hempnut” is a term developed by Richard Rose, author of The Hempnut Cookbook and used to describe the shelled seed. Hemp seeds have been a traditional source of nourishment in many countries for thousands of years. They can be roasted, ground, or used as flour in such various ways as in the form of hemp milk and tofu or as spreads for bread and crackers. Sprouted seeds can be added to salads.

Hemp seeds are popular healthy food as it is very rich in nutrients such as omega fatty acids, amino acids, and minerals. About 35 percent of hempseeds content is oil. The hemp seed oil contains 80% essential fatty acids (EFAs), linoleic acid (LA, 50-70%), alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, 15–25%) and Gamma-Linolenic_acid (GLA, 1–6%). The balance of linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid in hempseed oil can satisfy our needs for EFAs very well. Both the complete protein and the essential oils contained in hemp seeds are in ideal ratios for human nutrition. 65% of its protein content is in the form of globulin edestin, so that it can actually be used by the body in its raw state. By comparison soya beans have to be cooked or sprouted before they can be eaten. Other benefits of hemp seed oil include its effect on the skin and the hair, nourishing both on a cellular level. Hemp oil is easily absorbed by the skin and those EFA's go straight to work!

Properties:

It is a perfect food for peole with low essential fatty acid intake, and also perfect for athletes. Hemp seeds are the only edible seeds with gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). Hemp seeds are a highly nutritious source of protein, and are better tasting and more digestible than the soya bean.

Traditional uses:

Hempseeds can be eaten raw, ground into a meal, made into milk, prepared as tea, and used in baking. One popular way to eat hemp seeds is to add them into smoothies. Or mix a handful of organic hemp seed (whole or de-hulled) with fruit and juice of your choice in a blender.

Hemp seeds in comparison with other foods:

• Contains more required amino acids (proteins) than milk, meat or eggs.
• Is a complete protein rich source, much more balanced and digestible than Soy products.
• Contains about 47% oil, 78% of which is omega 3 and 6 , the essential fats.
• Has all the essential or omega fats required for human health.
• Contains several times more omega 3 essential fat than any fish.
• Provides more energy than energy bars, without their sugar and with much less saturated fat.
• They are suitable for those unable to eat gluten, sugar, nuts, and meat.
• Excellent for those troubled with constipation. • Perfect for those avoiding carbohydrates.
• A 42 g serving (4 tbsp) contains 240 calorie energy from 15 g protein,15 g polyunsaturated fats (11.4 g omega 6 and 3.6 g omega 3), 2.7 g mono-unsaturated fats, 2.1 g saturated fats, 2.5 g fiber, 4.5 g carbohydrates, 2 mg iron, 31 mg calcium, 3.8 mg sodium, 3.8 mg vitamin E, 956 IU vitamin D, .42 mg vitamin C, .05 mg B6, .58 mg vitamin B1, 1.6 IU vitamin A.

Hemp seeds is not a supplement, but it is more than a food, it is a way of life.

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