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{ Industrial Hemp|Hemp|Pot} seeds are the new health superfood on the block.  Due to their high fat content, hemp seeds quickly go rancid, therefore, they are best kept cool and used quickly. Heating hemp seeds will destroy their nutritional benefits, so add these to your food after cooking. They may be roasted and sprinkled on salads or other foods and add a bit crunch to the food.

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Is hemp our next Cinderella crop?Western Producer (subscription)Hemp protein is highly nutritious and easily digested, and hemp seed oil is cold pressed to retain all of its natural nutritional value. Hemp seed oil is a perfect balance of omega 3-6-9, which is ideally suited for optimal human nutrition. The hemp …

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Great hemp brownie recipe, not looking for weed brownies just hemp.?Not a raw recipe please, I like it to be super moist too if possible!

Posted by bunny_kissies31
TargetCBDActually quite the contrary. Edible hemp is quickly becoming a very popular natural food source.

Let me first clear some negative thoughts out of your brain. Hemp is a cannabis plant like marijuana, but here is where the similarities end. I will explain the difference. Cannabis is the only plant that contains molecular compounds called cannabinoids. There are many different cannabinoids, but I will deal with just two. THC is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, whereas CBD is the anti-psychoactive cannabinoid. Marijuana is the cannabis that is high in THC (the psychoactive cannabinoid and low in CBD (the anti-psychoactive cannabis). On the other hand, hemp, (Industrial Hemp), is high in CBD and very low in THC.

In fact, edible hemp seeds and hemp seed oil not only are drug-free, they are highly nutritious food ingredients. They are, and always have been, legal in the United States

That being said Hemp is an excellent source of nutrition for the following reasons:

* It is an excellent source of protein. The seeds from hemp contain all of the nine amino acids the body needs to build and repair muscle. This is a very rare quality in a plant. This is also good news for vegetarians. They can use hemp seeds as a complete source of protein.

* Hemp also contains omega-3 fatty acids, which can help prevent a heart attack and reduce inflammation. In addition, hemp is mercury free, unlike some seafood that also provides us with our omega-3 fatty acids.

* Hemp is also loaded with nutrients such as fiber, B vitamins, iron and vitamin E. Whole seeds can be purchased in bulk and can be sprinkled on cereal and salads, or mixed in bread dough and muffins, for starters. There is no need to grind them to release the nutrients, which makes them a more convenient health food to use. Hemp oil has a mild and nutty taste to it.

However, edible hemp is NOT derived from the stalk. I believe this is where the above poster was confused. This is indeed used as a fiber for rope, paper, fuel, clothing, and much more. Edible hemp is derived from the bud of the male cannabis plant and from the seeds. An oil is produced from these seeds that can be used in just about anything.

I don’t have any recipes for hemp brownies, but they are NOT that hard to make. Basically you just add Hemp Seed nut. Here is a great recipe I discovered and have tried for Hemp Fudge:

Hemp Fudge

Makes: 20 good sized pieces
Prep Time: 20 min
Cook Time:


1 cup Hemp Seed Nut
2 cups Raw Sesame tahini(=one 16 ounce jar)
3 cups soaked raisins or currants(start with 2 dry cups)
1/4 cup carob powder
1/4 cup honey
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp cloves


Soak the raisins in water for 8 hours. Drain off the water.

Mix the tahini and raisins together in a bowl and stir. Then run the mixture through a Champion juicer with the “solid” plate. If you don’t have a Champion juicer, mix the tahini and raisins in a food processor until they form a paste.

In a bowl, combine the paste with the remaining ingredients. Stir vigorously until well mixed. Press the mixture into a 9 by 13 casserole pan

Place the pan in the refrigerator for 5 minutes. Cut the fudge into pieces and serve.

Note: If you really like carob, try doubling the amount.

Is flax seed oil a good source of omega 3?I read on Whole Foods website that it is not because if someone is deficient in b3, b6, magnesium, and zinc, then they are unable to convert the omega 3 to EPA and DHA.

What about hemp seed oil? I read that it has b3, b6, magnesium, and zinc from this website. Http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/learn/o…
would the person then be able to convert EPA & DHA?

Posted by fivestars
TargetCBDHemp seed oil also has omega-6 in the best balance for proper digestion of omega-3 as well as vitamins b1, b2, b6, amounts depends on the variety of seed. Flax is a good supplement and it is good to alternate as no supplement is absolutely complete and every source has it’s unique benefits. For protein nutrition from the hemp seed either buy hemp seed or protein powders (ground up hemp seed with some shell removed). They both contain the oil components while the oil contains essentially no protein. You are well on the right path just look at more nutrition facts from multiple products and you’ll get a better idea.

Could I get some nutrition tips?I am planning on leaning out and building some muscle I am in good shape I just want to basically get in better shape for gymnastics. I cannot get enough calories ( like 800-900 a day and I need 1500. I eat mainly paleo due to the fact that things like oatmeal and gluten bothers my tummy also I am lactose intlerant. Do you guys have any ideas on what I could do? Thank you very much! 🙂

Posted by Jade
TargetCBDQuinoa, bananas, tofu, legumes/beans, potatoes, amaranth, hemp seeds, squash, soy ground beef (company name: lightlife Product: smart ground) what else…. Uhh…..

WHAT A GUY EATS TO BUILD MUSCLE (MOSTLY JUICING) – Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si_wAgj8s…

Danny Dalton RAW VEGAN BODYBUILDER: Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbEUHCU_G…

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