Improve Your Life with Hemp Productsby Ellen Fallon Health Care Natural Remedies
Several hemp products, including hemp infused body butter, full spectrum hemp oil, and hemp infused lip balms are currently on the market. Hemp seeds have a rich nutrition profile. They contain large amounts 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.
CBD is a compound called a cannabinoid. It can be extracted from hemp or marijuana, two different plants from the Cannabis sativa L ("cannabis") species. The major difference between the two: Marijuana contains higher levels of tetrahydrocannabinol ("THC"), the compound responsible for the psychoactive properties of pot. On the other hand, hemp is naturally very low in THC (0.3 percent).
Hemp itself is an A+plus source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Indeed, it has the 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 that research shows is ideal for health. One of those omega-6s is GLA, or gamma linolenic acid, an anti-inflammatory. Omega-3 and omega-6s have been shown to help treat conditions like atopic dermatitis (a.k.a. eczema), which can leave your skin dry and itchy.
Real Hemp Products contain all 10 essential amino acids, making it a decent plant-based protein source. Hemp does not contain phytates, which are found in numerous vegetarian protein sources and can interfere with the absorption of essential minerals.
Magnesium plays a significant role in over 300 enzymatic reactions within the body, including the metabolism of food and the synthesis of fatty acids and proteins. Magnesium plays role in neuromuscular transmission and activity and muscle relaxation.
Magnesium deficiency which is particularly prevalent in older populations is linked to insulin resistance, metabolic disorder, coronary illness, and osteoporosis. Nuts and seeds like hemp are some of the best sources of magnesium.
Research suggests that individuals experiencing premenstrual syndrome (PMS) may be able to alleviate symptoms such as insomnia, bloating, leg swelling, and weight gain and breast tenderness by ensuring an adequate intake of magnesium. Magnesium combined with vitamin B6 appears to be most efficacious in these cases.
Hemp is a good source of fibres. It helps to protect against constipation, nourish and balance the healthy bacteria in our gut, and it is related to a decreased risk of certain digestive disease and cancers. Unprocessed (or “whole”) hemp seeds are a super source of fibre, featuring both insoluble and soluble fibres. Insoluble fibres are related with a gentle “bulk” laxative action and this means that those who suffer from acute or chronic constipation may benefit from consuming the whole seeds with plenty of water to encourage the seeds to swell up and help get the bowels moving.
Soluble fibres are thought to benefit the good bacteria in the gut, which is highly useful when these might be knocked off balance. In the presence of water, soluble fibre forms a nutrient-rich gel which calms the gut and has been implicated in helping to balance blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
So, improve your health and quality of your life with pure Hemp Products.
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