The many uses of hemp
Unparalelled Nutritional Value
Studies show that hemp seeds improve cardiovascular health because of their omega fatty acids, naturally balance hormones because of their gamma linolenic acid content, and act as an excellent source of protein, containing all 20 ammino acids, and the 9 essential ammino acids which our bodies cannot produce.
A 6 month study published in the journal of Arthritis and Rheumatism found that consuming hemp seeds reduced arthritis symptoms by 25% compared to the placebo at only 4%.
Mix them into cereal, salad, pasta sauce, or a smoothie. They are healthy & delicious!
Durable, Malleable, And Made to Last
Hemp has been known for producing durable clothing, cordage, paper and other fabric for thousands of years.
In fact, hemp was so versatile and useful in fabric production, that it attracted a propaganda campaign started by the established cotton industry years ago. That's the reason hemp clothing isn't more popular today.
Luckily, hemp has emerged from its tumultuous history stronger than ever and its popularity is increasing exponentially.
Teas & Oils
Skin Care, Nutrition, And Industrial Fiber
Hemp Oils and teas
For Skincare or Consumption
According to a recent study, Hemp oil has a 3:1 ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids, a balance that has been shown to support heart health and promote proper cardiovascular function. Another study shows that hemp promotes healthy gut flora, as well as immune system response. Studies also demonstrate that hemp oil provides nutrients for brain health and function.
Hemp oil has a delicious, nutty flavor for cooking or consuming, and has been shown to reduce acne and improve skin health when applied topically.
Comprehensive studies on hemp tea have yet to take place due to hemp's controversial past, but reported benefits include lower blood pressure, weight loss, greater blood sugar control, and lower cholesterol, all without any psychoactive effects.
Enjoy a relaxing cup of hemp tea, any time of day.