Why are Hemp Sativa Seeds considered a “Superfood”?
All Hemp foods begin with Hemp Sativa Seeds, which are unique because they contain many of the nutrients needed to maintain a healthy diet.
The seeds may be eaten whole or shelled, raw or toasted, plain or flavored. Seeds can also be pressed for oil, which results in seed cake that can be ground into flour and protein powder.
It’s become relatively easy to incorporate Hemp into one’s diet, with a perfect balance of omega 3 to omega 6 (1:3 ratio), iron, vitamin E, and all 20 amino acids along with the 9 essential that your body can't produce itself.
Hemp Seeds are said to be the most nutritionally complete wholesome food source in the world.
- Hemp Seed is 33% protein
- Hemp Seed is 35% essential fatty acid
(Omega 3, 6, 9 and GLA)
- Contains all 9 essential amino acids (Complete Protein)
- Contains 6.2 x more Omega-3 than raw tuna
- Contains an abundant source of GLA
- Rich in trace minerals
- High in dietary fiber
- Hemp seeds also provide vitamin C, B vitamins, vitamin A and vitamin E.