Seasoned Hemp seeds inspire creativity. There are endless ways you can start adding hemp to your diet…add nutrition to everything you eat!
Our favorite uses for Tex-Mex? Sprinkle on salad, cottage cheese, potatoes, eggs, perogies, and pasta. You’ll want to add a shaker to your spice rack, or if you’re like us, it won’t leave the kitchen table!
A five tablespoon serving in the morning will hold you through until lunch, providing you with complete nourishment.
This tiny fruit of the Cannabis Sativa plant, known as HEMP, packs a nutritional punch unrivaled by any other on the planet. Loaded with the most concentrated source of essential nutrients known, they are a perfect source for the omega fatty acids 3, 6, & 9, bringing you several times more omega-3 than fish (without toxins such as mercury). A perfect protein source, more digestible than soy, they contain more amino acids than milk, meat, or eggs. They’ll provide you with more energy than energy bars! They are the perfect food for those who wish to cut down or be free of gluten, milk, nuts and meat.
With proper nourishment like that gained from a daily intake of Hemp Seeds, and a rest from having to process high starch, high sugar, high saturated fat content foods, your body will heal many of the modern day health issues faced. Issues like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, type II diabetes, irritable bowl syndrome, skin & hair problems, depression, diseases like celiacs and crohn’s, and the list goes on … Give yourself the gift of a whole, healthy food on a regular basis and live a better life.
* Hulled Hemp Seeds, Shelled Hemp Seeds, Hemp Nuts, Hemp Hearts, Hulled Hemp Nuts, Shelled Hemp Nuts (and other name variations) — are all names that describe the same Hemp item; the inner portion of the Hemp Seed left after the hull or outer casing has been removed. Know that the word “nut” is a misnomer, as the Hemp Seed is not a nut in any way. Hemp Seeds are safe for all those who have an allergy to nuts.
Hemp Seeds are a very stable food and need not be kept refrigerated. Store in a cool dry place. If you wish to extend their freshness, store in your fridge or freezer.