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Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs on Source, Wholesale/Retail/Bulk Purchase
From where does Hemp Foundation secure its hemp seeds?
Hemp Foundation is an Indian organization committed to empowering hemp farmers in India by connecting them with the right markets across the globe. As a bulk hempseed supplier and exporter, we source our hempseeds from farmers who cultivate hemp in India.
Currently, the northern Indian states of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh have permission for commercial hemp cultivation under government supervision.
Among these two states, Uttarakhand in the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India is largely a hilly state where hemp grows naturally. The soil and the climate in Uttarakhand are just right for hemp production.
The rocky terrain and harsh weather of Uttarakhand are not conducive to the cultivation of crops that need a more temperate climate. Hemp cultivation thus offers the farmers of this mountainous state a viable source of livelihood, provided they find a market for their produce.
That is just what Hemp Foundation facilitates: connecting hemp farmers with the right market.
We buy bulk hemp hearts from organically grown hemp farms in Uttarakhand. The mineral-rich soil of the area ensures the best quality of Himalayan hemp, also known as industrial hemp. As the leading hulled and dehulled hemp seed exporter from India, we supply these high-quality hemp seeds.
When you buy bulk hemp hearts from us, you help a poor Uttarakhand farmer feed his family.
What is the minimum quantity of bulk hemp seeds I can buy?
A: Hemp seeds are available in the Indian market in packets ranging from as little as 100 grams to as much as 100 kgs. There are also some hemp seeds suppliers ready to supply in quantities as per the client’s need.
However, hemp seeds in 5 to 25 kg packets are the most commonly available. There is no legally defined minimum quantity for bulk purchase of hempseed in India. But given that up to 25 kgs of hempseeds are available in the retail market, it stands to reason that to buy bulk hempseed, one needs to purchase at least double that amount. By that logic, a minimum of 50 kgs would constitute a bulk purchase of hempseed.
Do you sell only in retail or wholesale also?
A: Hemp Foundation is the leading Indian supplier and exporter of bulk Himalayan hempseed, hemp oil, and hemp fabric. We cater to the wholesale domestic and overseas market for all of these products. Retailers buy from us. We do not have a direct presence in the retail market in India or overseas.
Best quality Himalayan hemp seed oil is available from us in food-grade plastic jerry cans of 25 and 50 liters. Bulk quantities of 1000 and 5000 liters are also available.
As the leading hempseed exporter, India, we have also been supplying, hemp oil and hemp fabric to Canada, Europe, New Zealand, and the United States in bulk quantities.
When you buy bulk hempseed from us, certified quality comes to you for free.
How can I get processed hemp seeds in bulk?
A: Processed hemp seeds are available in different forms. They can be hulled or dehulled. Hulled hemp seeds are whole while dehulled hemp seeds are shelled. Hulled seeds are preferred over the dehulled variety as they are more abundant in their fiber content.
Further processing of hemp seeds is also possible. Sprouted hemp seeds in powdered form are available in the online marketplace. Hemp milk produced from whole hemp seeds is also available in a packaged form online.
However, it is better to purchase processed hulled hempseed in bulk since it is possible to powder them at home. It is equally easy to make hemp milk from hemp seeds at home. So, buying hulled hemp seeds in bulk offers more options for using them in different ways.
To order your hulled or dehulled hempseed in bulk quantities, just get in touch with us. Call us or email us with your needs. As the leading hemp seeds suppliers and exporters in India, we will be happy to address your needs with the best quality organic hemp seeds.
How much time do you take to deliver bulk hempseed orders?
Anything between 15 days to a month, depending on where exactly the bulk order for hempseed needs to be delivered.
At Hemp Foundation, we are committed to empowering the hemp farmers of Uttarakhand by connecting them to the right market and increasing their sales. The focus is on the quickest possible delivery of orders, therefore. As an organic hemp seeds importer, you can depend on us for a timely delivery. Only untoward events like a natural disaster can hamper our scheduled delivery pattern.
When you buy bulk hempseed from us, you can take the quality of our products and committed supply oversight for granted.
FAQs on Export/Import to the USA
Can you import hemp seeds into the USA?
Yes, you can. The Agricultural Act of 2014 (popularly known as the Farm Bill 2014) legalized hemp cultivation and import experimentally for 2014-2018. The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (also known as the Farm Bill 2018) has removed hemp and hemp seeds from the list of Controlled Substances schedule of the Drug Enforcement Administration of the US. This has legalized the import of hemp seeds and their products throughout the USA.
As the leading unshelled and shelled hemp seeds supplier from India, we have the legal status to address your import needs.
Are hemp seeds legal in the USA?
A: Yes, now they are. It was legal to grow hemp in the U.S. during the 18th and 19th centuries. It got banned in the 20th century during the War on Drugs that started in the country from the 1970s. It has been federally legalized again in the 21st century through the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (Farm Bill 2018).
As the number one unshelled and shelled hemp hearts wholesaler from India, we have the legal status to export hemp seeds and their derivatives to any part of the US.
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Can you supply hemp seeds to any part of the U.S.?
A: As the leading bulk hempseed exporter from India, we have been supplying Himalayan hempseed to the USA in bulk quantities.
Hemp import has become legal all over the USA since 2014 through the first experimental Agricultural Act of 2014. It has now been federalized through the Agricultural Act of 2018. Hemp Foundation already has the legal authority to export hemp seeds to the US. As the number one hulled and dehulled hemp hearts wholesaler, we can supply hemp seeds to any part of the USA.
However, as the number one bulk hemp hearts wholesaler, India, we export only in bulk. We are not into a retail business. We can supply bulk hempseed anywhere in the US and Europe as long as the order is sufficiently large.
Is it legal to mail hemp seeds?
A: As far as the USA is concerned, sending hemp seeds by mail is fully legal.
The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (Farm Bill 2018) made importing hemp seeds and hemp products legal across the USA.
There was some confusion about the legality of mailing hemp seeds. But recent court rulings in the U.S. have made it clear that sending hemp seeds by mail is also fully legal.
India is a different story, however. There are many complexities involving the production and supply of hemp seeds and their products.
As a top-ranked unshelled and shelled hemp seed exporter, we have the legal status to mail hemp seeds to the U.S. But we are not into retail sales.
Do you have lab reports of your hulled hemp seeds?
Yes, we do. Our hulled and dehulled industrial hemp seeds and hemp hearts come with laboratory test reports on germination etc. India also has a system of issuing organic certification.
As the leading bulk suppliers and exporters of hempseed and hemp hearts in India, Hemp Foundation is committed to supplying 100% organically grown hemp seeds, hemp hearts and products derived from them.
You can depend on the quality of our supplies. The lab test results on our labels will certify our quality measures. Safely place your order for bulk supplies to Hemp Foundation and receive the highest quality organic hempseed from the leading shelled hempseed manufacturer in India.
FAQs on Hemp Seeds & Marijuana
Can hemp seeds get you high?
A: Not really. Hemp and marijuana come from the same plant species, cannabis Sativa. Both are cannabis Sativa seeds. But their chemical compositions are vastly different. The high tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content of marijuana has psychoactive features. That is what can make people get high. The THC content of hemp seeds is far too low to get anyone high.
Can hemp seeds make you test positive for marijuana?
Definitely not, unless you’ve been mistakenly consuming marijuana seeds instead of hemp seeds. Or if the hemp seeds product you’ve consumed is adulterated somehow.
Use our hemp seeds. As the leading bulk hempseed suppliers, wholesalers and exporters from India, Hemp Foundation supplies only the purest, organically grown hulled and dehulled hemp seeds. You’ll never test positive for marijuana if you use these.
Are hemp seeds intoxicating?
Hemp and marijuana both belong to the same plant species: cannabis Sativa. They both contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). But that is where the similarity of these two cousins ends.
The psychoactive feature that can get people high or intoxicated comes from the THC content. Hemp contains O.3% or less THC in comparison to 15-20% of THC in the same amount of marijuana. The CBD content of hemp, on the other hand, is 20% in comparison to 10% of CBD in the same amount of marijuana.
So, hemp seeds and their products are not intoxicating because of the low THC content. Instead, they are a good source of nutrients because of their high CBD content. Consuming hemp seeds or hemp oil will not make you test positive for marijuana under normal circumstances.
A recent Canada-based study found out that the extraction method of CBD oil can influence the THC content, sometimes making them overshoot the legal limit considerably. But this threat does not extend to oil derived from hemp seeds as the THC content in the seeds is negligible.
Do hemp seeds look the same as weed seeds?
Yes, they do. Hemp seeds and marijuana seeds look precisely the same. That is just about the only totally similar thing between these two products from the plant species Cannabis Sativa.
Rely on renowned and certified bulk hempseed and hemp hearts wholesalers, suppliers and exporters like Hemp Foundation to ensure that you get authentic, organic hempseed for your bulk purchases and imports. It is critical not to be cheated into buying marijuana seeds.
FAQs on Texture, Nutrition & Related Topics
Are hemp seeds crunchy or soft?
Hemp seeds are basically nuts that are edible in two varieties: hulled and dehulled. Hulled hemp seeds are whole, meaning that their shell remains intact. Dehulled hemp seeds have their shells removed, and hemp hearts is the term used for them.
Hulled hemp seeds have a nutty flavor and texture, implying that they are crunchy. The nutty taste of hulled hemp seeds comparable to that of sunflower seeds that have not been artificially flavored. But the crunchy texture of the super nutritious hemp seeds is much softer than sunflower seeds. Flax seeds are closer to hulled hemp seeds in terms of texture and taste.
Dehulled hemp seeds usually known as hemp hearts are softer in texture, though they still retain a mild degree of nutty crispiness. Hemp hearts, however, contain much fewer fibers as most of the fiber supply in hemp seeds is in the shell.
Do hemp seeds contain CBD?
Unfortunately not. There is no CBD content in hemp seeds. The hemp plant contains 20% CBD. Hemp seeds contain only negligible traces of CBD. This is why hemp oil extracted from the seeds is different from CBD oil. The stalks and flowers of an adult hemp plant get used to extract CBD oil.
The oil extraction process makes a difference in the quality of the oil. The extraction process also impacts the presence of permissible limits of THC presence in CBD oil. A recent Canada-based study reports that the extraction method of CBD oil sometimes makes the THC content overshoot the legal limit considerably.
Do hemp seeds contain omega 3 fatty acids?
Yes, they do. Please read on for more information on the complete nutritional features of hemp seeds.
11 incredibly useful hemp seed nutrition facts.
Hemp seeds are an incredibly fantastic source of nutrition for almost everything that the human body needs. Here are some pointers for you:
- Hemp seeds are the only complete plant protein. More protein-rich than milk and eggs, these miracle seeds are as good a protein source as lamb and other red meat, without their associated problems.
- Two tablespoons of 20 gms of hemp seeds will give you 111 kilocalories of energy with 6.31 gms of protein.
- The protein in hemp seeds contains all the essential amino acids that the human body needs.
- The protein in hemp seeds has no phytates, present in many plant-based protein sources. Phytates interfere with the absorption of essential minerals. Their absence in hemp seeds is a plus point, therefore.
- Hemp seeds have a concentration of omega 3 fatty acids that have anti-inflammatory properties.
- They have an even higher concentration of omega 6 fatty acids that help reduce cholesterol.
- Hemp seeds reduce the risk of heart disease because of the presence of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids.
- Two tablespoons or 20 gms of hemp seeds contain 140 gms of magnesium. Magnesium plays a vital role in over 300 enzymatic processes in the body. Magnesium deficiency is a common problem among older people, and hemp seeds provide an ideal antidote.
- The magnesium in hemp seeds has an exceptional value for postmenopausal women as it helps maintain hormonal balance.
- Hemp seeds and the oil produced from them offer protection against rheumatism and skin problems.
- Consuming hulled hemp seeds helps digestion because they contain 80% soluble fiber and 20% insoluble fiber.
Are hemp seeds a good source of protein?
Superfood is the term currently in use for hemp seeds because of their highly nutritious value. These nutrient-rich seeds had been in use for centuries until modern-day drug restrictions mistakenly equated it with its psychoactive cousin marijuana and banned its production and use in most countries.
Hemp seeds are an excellent protein source with more than 25% of their calories being good quality protein. They are a complete protein source as they supply all the amino acids essential for human beings.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), every 100 gms of hemp seeds contain 31.56 gms of protein. Three tablespoons of these nutty seeds, which weighs approximately 30 gms, will give you 9.47 gms of high-quality protein.
The protein content of 100 gms of milk is only 3.4 gms. The average protein content of a single egg is around 6-7 gms. The protein content of hemp seeds is thus much higher and matches that of rich animal protein sources such as lamb.
These nutty seeds are an excellent protein source for vegetarians and vegans.
Are hemp seeds gluten-free?
Hemp seeds are naturally free from gluten. They do not have even a remote connection with grains like wheat that contain gluten. In fact, powdered hemp seed is a good substitute for flour to make gluten-free baked items.
However, in case you want laboratory certification for hemp seeds and other edible products made from them being gluten-free, that may not be readily available. Given that hemp seeds are innately free of gluten, most hemp hearts wholesalers and hemp seed exporters in any country do not go for additional laboratory certification.
But that really shouldn’t bother you. You are free to check any number of sources to reassure yourself. Hemp seeds do not contain gluten.
Are hemp seeds healthy?
Hemp seeds are an amazingly nutrition rich edible item for everyone, including health-conscious people. They are a healthy source of almost all the nutrients the human body needs.
Hemp seeds are a healthy supplement for pregnant women and elderly people also. They constitute an exceptionally healthy protein source for vegans.
Are hemp seeds good for you?
Hemp seeds are an incredibly healthy source of almost all nutrients that the human body needs. No wonders, health-conscious consumers of the modern world are hailing these wonder seeds as a superfood.
Hulled hemp seeds are a source of nearly all the essential nutrients that the human body needs. Every three teaspoons or 30 gms of these seeds contain 166 kilocalories of energy. Along with protein, they contain high quantities of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, sulfur, vitamin E, and zinc.
Hemp seeds are as rich as red meat in their protein content, which is significantly higher than the protein content of milk and eggs. They are an incredibly healthy source of complete protein for vegetarians and vegans since they contain all the amino acids that the human body needs.
Not too many plant proteins have this feature. They are also good for you even if you are a compulsive nonvegetarian because hemp seed nutrients come without the associated problems of animal proteins.
For a full breakdown of the nutrition content of these miracle seeds, click here.
Are hemp seeds really anti-inflammatory?
Yes, they are. Hemp seeds contain a special type of omega-6 fatty acid known as GLA, which is particularly useful as an anti-inflammatory messenger. GLA stands for gamma-linolenic acid. A healthy balance of GLA is necessary for the human body to maintain anti-inflammatory signals.
The GLA content of hemp oil can considerably reduce inflammation for people suffering from arthritis, muscle pain, or eczema.
Dehulled hemp seeds or hemp hearts contain a different type of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acid known as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). ALA facilitates controlling high blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis makes blood vessels hardened. All of these positive impacts of ALA significantly reduce the risk of heart disease.
Can hemp seeds be consumed by old people?
Hemp seeds constitute one of the safest sources of essential nutrients, including complete proteins. From elderly people to pregnant women, from health-conscious individuals to bodybuilders – everyone can consume hemp seeds with little or no side effects.
These miracle seeds are particularly beneficial for elderly people as they augment metabolic health, have anti-inflammatory properties, and helps in lowering blood pressure and harmful cholesterol levels.
Hemp seeds have recognized benefits in improving the health of the human heart. They also boost up the immune system, which is a specific need for older adults.
The rich vitamin E content of hemp seeds makes it a powerful antioxidant. They also contain phytol, another mighty antioxidant. Together, these antioxidants help reduce physical stress resulting from oxidative presence.
Reduction of oxidative stress is effective in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Phytol has anti-cancer properties.
Hemp seeds are particularly useful for postmenopausal women. The GLA content of these wonder seeds facilitates maintaining hormonal balance, which reduces disorders resulting from hormonal imbalance post-menopause.
What are the health benefits and side effects of hemp seeds? How to use them?
Hemp seeds are amazingly nutritious. Read on to get more detailed information about the nutritional benefits of these wonder seeds. You can also get a complete nutritional breakdown here.
Hemp seeds offer several health benefits ranging from supplying the complete protein that human beings need to controlling cholesterol and inflammation. They offer specific benefits for pregnant women, postmenopausal women, and elderly people in general.
Oil derived from hemp seeds is good for skin problems and rheumatism.
Hemp seeds are very versatile and can be consumed in several ways. Scroll down for recipes.
The only side effect to consider is that hulled hemp seeds have a high concentration of fibers. So, consuming too much of them may adversely affect the digestive system and cause diarrhea.
How can I get the nutritional facts about hulled hemp seeds?
Hemp Foundation is the leading hulled and dehulled hemp seeds supplier and exporter from India. We fully understand the need to educate curious minds about this wonder plant.
With that aim in mind, we have tried to anticipate the most likely questions and provided the answers right here.
Superfood is the new name for hemp seeds because of their high nutritious value. Every 100 gm serving of these seeds takes care of 64% of the protein needed for a day and 20% of the daily fiber requirement. The amino acid content of hemp seeds is equal to that of celebrated protein sources like eggs, milk, and soy.
About 75% of the energy that hemp seeds offer comes in the form of fat or essential fatty acids. Check here for a fuller breakdown of the nutrients contained in one ounce (28 gms) of hemp seeds.
How much hemp seed is too much to eat in one day?
Hulled hemp seeds are rich in fibers that generate roughage. That is why overeating them in a day might lead to diarrhea. It is necessary to maintain a limit on roughage consumption.
Dehulled hemp seeds and powdered hemp seeds contain much less fiber as the fibers are concentrated in the shells. These are easier to digest, and you can have these in larger quantities than whole hemp seeds.
To calculate the number of hemp seeds you should consume in a day, check your own kilocalorie needs, and calculate accordingly. Average healthy adult males need 2500 kilocalories a day while females need 2000 kilocalories. Two teaspoons of hulled hemp seeds will give you 111 kilocalories.
FAQs on How to Use/Cooking/Recipes
How to eat hemp seeds?
Not to worry. There are many ways you can eat these miracle seeds. Scroll right down.
10 delicious recipes using hemp seeds.
Hemp seeds are incredibly versatile. You can consume and cook them in several ways. Here’s how:
- To benefit from the full nutritious value, consume hulled hemp seeds raw. Just sprinkle some on your salad or yogurt.
- Mix hulled hemp seeds with your breakfast cereal.
- Toast dehulled hemp seeds or hemp hearts on an iron skillet and sprinkle them on top of just about anything to add a crunchy, nutty taste.
- Use toasted hemp hearts to coat your chicken piece of fish before deep frying.
- Replace half the flour of your cake batter with hemp heart powder.
- Cook hemp hearts in milk as a substitute for oatmeal porridge.
- Mix hemp hearts with water, throw in some fruits of your choice and blend them to get a glass of delicious hemp smoothie. Without the fruit, you’ll have a glass of nutritious hemp milk. Just adjust the water content to get the consistency to match your preference.
- Mash a banana. Mix about 2 tablespoons of hemp hearts. You can add some grated coconuts if you like, but that’s optional. Mix some cinnamon powder. Make the batter and place it small flat round shapes on a baking tray. Sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top. Bake them for about 15 minutes on an average oven. But if you have a high voltage oven, it might take less. Your tasty, crunchy dessert for the night is ready.
- Repeat the above recipe using boiled fish instead of a banana. If you are a vegetarian or a vegan, substitute the banana with a mashed vegetable of your taste. You can use mashed potato, or eggplants, or carrots. Up to you. Add salt to taste, and you have a delicious and healthy savory dish for your meal.
- Mix hemp powder with mashed carrots and beetroots. Add salt to taste and toss lightly in a pan on medium heat. No oil is necessary. Place inside a burger and spread some black pepper powder. Add a dash of tomato ketchup if you like. A delicious vegan burger is ready for you.
Are hemp seeds easy to cook with?
Hemp seeds are best eaten whole and raw. Hulled hemp seeds retain their full nutritious potential when eaten raw. However, dehulled hemp seeds or hemp hearts are also easy to cook within a variety of ways.
Simply toasting hemp hearts on a hot iron skillet makes them a tasty addition to several dishes such as salads, yogurt, puddings, ice creams, and several baked items. You don’t need any oil to toast them since they are rich in oil by themselves.
Toasted hemp hearts have a delicious nutty taste. They are an excellent taste enhancer for people allergic to nuts.
Toasted hemp seeds are a good substitute for bread crumbs. Use them for fried items that need bread crumbs. They will add a rich nutrient value that bread crumbs do not have.
You can also grind hemp seeds into powder and mix them in the batter when you plan to bake something. You can cook whole hemp seeds as a substitute for oatmeal also.
As it happens, hemp seeds are edible in many forms as they are versatile in taste.
Can hemp seeds be consumed with water?
Hemp seeds are incredibly versatile and are edible in many different forms. You can simply sprinkle some hulled hemp seeds on your salad or yogurt and ice creams. You can mix them with your breakfast cereal. You can do the same with dehulled hemp seeds or hemp hearts.
One particular use of hemp hearts is in making hemp milk. The process is the same as making almond milk. Mix hemp hearts with water and blend them. Adjust the volume of water to get the consistency that matches your preference.
You can flavor your hemp milk with the addition of other fruits such as dates and resins or strawberries. You can add sugar if you want to. But hemp milk derived from the simple blending of hemp hearts and water is the healthiest choice.
Hemp milk is a perfect substitute for milk for vegans and people with lactose intolerance.
Here’s how and why you add hemp seeds to every meal.
Why wouldn’t anyone want to add superfood hemp seeds to every meal, given a chance? However, if you’re still looking for reasons, here they are:
- Hemp seeds are incredibly nutritious. Adding them to your meals is to up the health quotient of your food intake.
- These super seeds are a source of complete protein with all the essential amino acids and without the health hazards of red meat.
- Hemp seeds contain omega 3 fatty acids with anti-inflammatory qualities.
- They contain omega 6 fatty acids that reduce cholesterol and help control blood pressure.
- Consume hemp seeds to lower the risk of heart disease.
- Hulled hemp seeds are rich in fibers to help roughage formation.
- Their magnesium content helps over 300 enzymatic processes in the body.
- Hemp seeds are particularly beneficial for pregnant women and postmenopausal women.
- Hemp seeds have special benefits for the elderly.
- It is effortless to add these seeds to every meal as they are versatile. You can cook and consume them in a variety of ways.
Do hemp seeds need refrigeration?
Opinions differ on this issue. Some assert that both hulled hemp seeds and dehulled ones contain ample natural preservatives to sustain for about a year without needing refrigeration. But others maintain that they only last up to 4 months unless put in the refrigerator.
It may depend on the weather of the place actually. Hemp seeds may need refrigeration to stay fresh longer in a hot, humid place. In a cooler and drier place such as the Himalayas where they grow, they may stay fresh without needing refrigeration.
Do hemp seeds help the brain become perfect?
We doubt that anything can ever make anything perfect in human beings. We are finite beings, after all. But hemp seeds do have positive effects on the human brain. The GLA content of the omega 6 fatty acids in these wonder seeds has anti-inflammatory properties. There are studies to reflect that hemp seeds help children and adults with simultaneous symptoms of skin disorders and anxiety or depression.
Recent studies on mice have also shown that hemp seed oil controls brain inflammation. But its application to human beings is yet to happen.
Can you feed hemp seeds to outdoor birds?
Of course, you can. Hemp seeds have been used as animal and bird feed for years till recent scientific research exposed how healthy food they can be for human beings.
Whether you have birds as pets or you enjoy feeding outdoor birds, they need hemp seeds. You can feed these seeds by themselves or in combination with other seeds. Hemp seeds help birds in gaining weight and are particularly helpful during their breeding season.
Most outdoor birds also love the taste of hemp seeds. Packaged food for small birds and larger ones from the parrot family regularly contain hemp seeds sterilized for their consumption. You will also find this ingredient in packaged seed mixes for wild birds.
Go ahead and feed hemp seeds to outdoor birds. They will love you for that.
Why are Hemp Seeds So Cool?
Himalayan Hemp seeds are a rich source of protein, fiber, and many healthy fatty acids.
Some of the nutritious compounds found in hemp seeds are as follows:
Hemp seeds contain almost the same amount of protein as soybeans. In every 30gm of Himalayan hemp seeds as much as 9.46 g of protein is found. These seeds help to supply all the essential nine amino acids to the body. Amino acids help to build protein. There are nine amino acids. Hemp seeds are particularly rich in amino acid, arginine, which helps to have a healthy heart.
- Himalayan hemp seeds are rich in Fiber. However, most of the fibre lies in its outer shell or hull.
- This, however, does not mean that without the shells it does not have any fibre. Even without the shells, three tablespoons of Himalayan hemp seeds contain 1.2 g of fiber.
- Consumption fiber every day can
- Reduce the appetite
- Help manage weight
- Stabilize blood sugar levels
- Make the gut healthy
Minerals and Vitamins
Himalayan Hemp Seeds are oozing with vitamins and minerals. They are especially rich in vitamin E, magnesium, phosphorous and potassium. Iron, zinc and B vitamins are also found in good amounts in Himalayan hemp seeds.
The health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids are well-known but the body cannot produce essential fatty acids and the body must absorb them from the diet. Long-term health is essential. Hemp seeds promote a balance between omega 6 and omega 3 acids.
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How to add Hemp Seeds to a diet
Himalayan Hemp Seeds can be consumed as whole seeds. Whole seeds can help add bulk and they supplement the diet by adding fiber which can help in digestion.
You can further add hemp seeds to your diet by:
- Adding seeds to smoothies
- Adding whole or ground seeds to cereal or yogurt
- Baking with hemp seeds and others rich in Omega -3s
- Adding hemp seeds in a salad
- People can make hemp milk at home using whole seeds
Online stores also offer other hemp products, such as hemp milk, which may be fortified with extra nutrients, and hemp protein powder, which is a plant-based alternative to whey protein powder.
Hemp seeds have a rich nutrition profile. They contain high levels of antioxidants, fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins.
The shells add fiber to the diet, and grinding the seeds helps the body to absorb more of the other nutrients