Hemp: World's Most Nutritious Plantby ANURAG SHARMA student
Hemp seeds contain antioxidants, fibre, Omega 3 and 6, all of the essential amino acids which is an ideal source of proteins for vegans and raw foodists. It is Ideal for supporting optimal health and wellbeing. It contains no artificial additives and also free from Gluten. It has no artificial flavours, no preservatives. It DOES NOT contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). It has no added sugar.
Hemp also contains higher amounts of cannabidiol and is much easier to grow, making it a very viable agricultural crop. Since recreational marijuana is not legal in Texas, we use the term “Hempworx Oil” so that it is very clear that our product is produced from Hemp and does not contain THC in any discernible amount.
This is why marijuana is a Schedule I Drug and hemp is an agricultural /industrial crop. In short, you don’t smoke hemp to get high, but you do use hemp in products like body care, clothing, food, automobiles, etc. Cannabidiol, or hemp CBD for short, is one of the two main cannabinoids that have now been isolated in the cannabis plant genus (hemp and marijuana). If when you think cannabinoid you think THC, don't get the two confused. Unlike THC, Hempworx CBD doesn't produce a high (we promise), yet it most definitely has an impact on the body, being responsible for much of hemp's therapeutic benefits.
An iced matcha latte with Hempworx CBD. The perfect way to both energize yourself and boost mental alertness while also promoting a calm, content, and grounded state of being. It's like the holy grail of benefits. A serving of matcha (about a tsp) contains about 3 times as much caffeine as a cup of steeped green tea, so it certainly delivers a serious energy boost, but the effect is gentler than coffee on the nervous system and adrenals. This is thanks to an amino acid glutamate known as L-theanine, which has been shown to stimulate serotonin, dopamine, and GABA – important neurotransmitters in the brain which play a key role in regulating mood, emotions, alertness, energy, appetite, cognitive activity, and sleep.
The Agricultural Act of 2014 (aka The Farm Bill) allows for the cultivation, processing and marketing of hemp and hemp products. Just go to any Whole Foods and you’ll find a plethora of products containing hemp. Or visit Us and spend a couple hours looking through thousands of hemp products.
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