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Hemp seeds are the seeds from the hemp plant, which is used to produce fiber. Hailing from a Cannabis plant of close relation to marijuana, hemp does not contain THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. Hemp seeds are a ... More »

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Hemp seeds provide a number of health benefits and are considered one of the most nutritionally complete foods in the world. Hemp seeds are one of the only plants to contain all 20 amino acids, including the nine essenti... More »

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Hemp milk is a beverage that is made by blending hemp seeds with water and then filtering the liquid to remove any remaining solids. Many commercial hemp milks also add sugar, vanilla or other substances to the hemp milk... More »

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Hemp seeds are a significant source of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 amino acid that regulates blood pressure and controls inflammation. Hemp seeds are also a valuable source of potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamin C a... More »

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Hemp seeds provide all essential amino acids, making them a good protein source for people on a vegetarian diet, notes Shape. Hemp seeds are not known to cause allergic reactions, making them a safe source of nutrients f... More »

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One reason for drinking hemp milk is it provides a good nutritional substitute for people who cannot digest cow's milk. Unlike other cow's milk alternatives such as soy or almond milk, hemp milk is safe for people with n... More »

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The removal of a hemp seed's hard outer shell yields a creamy yet crunchy center that is known as a hemp heart. Hemp hearts are thus also called shelled hemp seeds. They are rich in protein and also serve as a source of ... More »

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