Hemp Health & Cooking
Hemp Health & Cooking. Hemp health food, raw super foods and natural cannabis delicacies.
Hemp just is an awesome plant. For example, hemp foods suit many different lifestyles. For one, you build up your muscles in the gym very fast with hemp proteins. Also, your brain, heart and vessels thank you because of all the excellent fat hemp contains when dieting. You even party without guilt when baking with hemp flour and oil. And your professional tastebuds celebrate hemp while you try out new recipes in your chef kitchen! Meanwhile, you even feel uplifted and refreshed. My, how does hemp do it?!
Hemp is a Superfood
Well, firstly, hemp seeds are an excellent source of plant-based protein. This protein contains all nine essential amino acids. It therefore is one of the most complete protein coming from vegetable sources. Moreover, research suggests that our body absorbs hemp’s protein very well. This is why, for example, vegans and vegetarians, and fit girls and -boys, benefit a lot by using hemp.
Also, hemp seed provides an excellent source of healthy fiber. The inside of the hemp seed, also called hemp nut, is very high in fiber. Hemp flour therefore is a healthy alternative to flour. And if you use raw seed in your kitchen, you get even more fiber in your diet.
Additionally, hemp seed oil has the highest and most complete profile of essential fatty acids. This hemp oil therefore is considered to be the #1 nutritional oil for health. For example, if you are looking to replace the fats you use in your kitchen by healthier choices, hemp is your solution! Plus, hemp is full of popular antioxidants, like vitamin E, vitamin C, and astaxanthin. Therefore, healthy cooking with hemp also has the potential to prevent cellular damage.
Not only is hemp seed oil extremely healthy, it also tastes delicious. Cold-pressed seeds of the hemp plant yield an oil that has an enchanting and remarkably sweet nutty taste. This cold-pressed hemp seed oil is one of our revered hemp foods and both gourmet and health minded folks alike appreciate it.
Hemp Offers Even More!
Hemp produces cannabidiol naturally. Some manufacturers claim indefensible things, such as that CBD is a cure-all for several severe diseases, which it is not. However, research shows that cannabidiol can be anti-inflammatory, nerve protective, anti-epileptic and a muscle relaxant. A number of studies show that CBD helps against seizures. It would also inhibit fear and also seems to help against nausea and possibly sooth rheumatoid arthritis.
Terpenes (terpenoids) also come naturally to hemp. They are widely used for their aromatic qualities and play a significant role in traditional medicine and herbal remedies. A commonly known example is beta-carotene that our body uses to make vitamin A. They also appear to be helpful with, among others, sleeping, appetite, and boosting the immune system.
Many plants naturally produce terpenes as protection against predators and to attract pollinators. The hemp plant also makes many different kinds of natural terpenoids (often abbreviated to terps). Terpenoids not only give each cannabis variety its unique aroma, but researchers believe that they also work together with the cannabinoids to determine its unique effect.
But mind you: CBD and terpenes do not get you high. They are completely legal, non-psychoactive, and non-addictive. As a result, now everyone can reap the benefits of hemp without feeling high. What a joy! Hemp just improves your life and we offer so many choices that you find your preffered hemp, terp and CBD products at Hempshopper easily.
Healthy AND Sustainable
When you add hemp to your life, you are not only being healthy but you’re also behaving responsibly. Hemp in particular is a naturally environmentally friendly raw material, as it requires less energy for cultivation than most other fibres. For example, it only needs a quarter of the water needed to grow cotton. It also produces less carbon and therefore causes much less pollution than many other forms of production. Moreover, it is one of the fastest growing plants in the world. In addition, unlike soy, for example, hemp grows everywhere. So deforestation and things like that are not needed to grow hemp on a large scale. Hemp is an answer to many contemporary issues!
Whether you just like cooking or you’re looking for better health and life: Cannabis tastes fantastic! Add hemp to your daily life now.
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