• Cold pressed to produce an oil that can be used in the same way as olive oil.
  • Dried and hulled to produce a food that can be added to porridge, granola, salad.
  • Dried to produce a powder that can be added to smoothies, shakes, juices.

Research shows that hemp seed provides an excellent source of nutrition.

  • Excellent 3:1 balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which promote cardiovascular health.
  • High in GLA, an essential omega-6 fatty acid that’s been proven to naturally balance hormones.
  • Perfect protein containing all 20 amino acids, including each of the nine essential amino acids that our bodies cannot produce.

One ounce (28 grams) of hemp seeds contains about:

  • 161 calories
  • 3.3 grams carbohydrates
  • 9.2 grams protein
  • 12.3 grams fat
  • 2 grams fibre
  • 2.8 milligrams manganese
  • 15.4 milligrams vitamin E
  • 300 milligrams magnesium
  • 405 milligrams phosphorus
  • 5 milligrams zinc
  • 3.9 milligrams iron
  • 0.1 milligram copper

“The hemp/cannabis plant is an anti-aging nutrient that is essential for optimal health.” Dr Robert Melamede, a retired bio-chemist at Colorado University who has been studying the plant for 40+ years.