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Food & Nutrition

One of the best sources of nutrition, hemp seeds and its extractions already fall in the category of super foods.

Himalayan Hemp Seed Oil

100% Raw organic, high in protein, pesticide-free and GMO-free. Hemp Oil has a light, nutty taste and can be used in a wide range of applications including sauces, dips, marinades and salad dressings.

One tablespoon of Hemp Oil (15 ml) provides:

  • 5 g of omega-3 and omega-6

  • 10% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin E

  • Zero trans fat

  • Zero cholesterol

Himalayan Hemp Seeds

Source of

Vitamin C

Vitamin B

Vitamin A

Vitamin E

100% Raw organic, high in protein, pesticide-free and GMO-free. According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, a 2 tablespoon serving of hemp seeds weighing 20 grams (g) contains:

  • 111 calories

  • 6.31 g of protein

  • 9.75 g of fat

  • 1.73 g of carbohydrates (including 0.8 g of fiber and 0.3 g of sugar)

  • 14 milligrams (mg) of calcium

  • 1.59 mg of iron

  • 140 mg of magnesium

  • 330 mg of phosphorus

  • 240 mg of potassium

  • 1.98 mg of zinc

  • 22 micrograms (mcg) of folate

 


Here are a few common ways to eat hemp seeds:

  • Eating raw as a snack.

  • Mixing into the smoothie.

  • Sprinkling a pinch on top of cereal, salads, yogurt, or even oatmeal.

  • Use hemp hearts instead of breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish.

  • Blending with water to make hemp seed milk.

  • Grounding hemp seed to use it as a condiment.

  • Toast the hemp seeds and enjoy them like popcorn.

Himalayan Hemp Flour