Nourish Your Body with Hemp Products

by Ellen Fallon Health Care Natural Remedies

Hemp, a common name for Cannabis sativa L. is a legal but regulated agricultural commodity and the source of 1000s of food, fiber, medicinal, and "industrial" products. CBD or cannabidiol is a non-intoxicating compound found in all varieties of the cannabis plant. CBD might be the latest hemp revelation, and it won't be the last.

Cannabis sativa goes by lots of unscientific names, with hemp and marijuana being the most widely recognized. Both have CBD however what legally sets them apart is the amount of euphoria-producing THC or tetrahydrocannabinol in each variety. By present legal definition, hemp can contain no more than 0.3 percent THC by dry weight. This is an arbitrary quantity of THC that legally distinguishes hemp from marijuana, which is cannabis that measures over 0.3 percent THC.

Cannabidiol presents no risk of toxicity or dependence. Other research on CBD points to its excellent safety profile. Cannabidiol alone, or acting synergistically with many other active compounds in hemp is shown to have potential medical benefits in the treatment of addiction, arthritis, anxiety, cancer, cognitive decline, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, nausea, pain, and PTSD.

Hemp products are rich in cannabinoids and are accessible in the form of extracts, ointments, drops, and other innovative products. Hemp seeds have a rich nutrition profile. They contain large amounts of antioxidants, minerals, fatty acids, and vitamins. The shells add fiber to the diet, and grinding the seeds helps the body to absorb more of the other nutrients. There are numerous Hemp Products available in the market such as full spectrum hemp oil, hemp infused body butter, and hemp infused lip balms.

Hemp Products

Hemp products contain 10 essential amino acids, making it a decent plant-based protein source. Essential nutrients are those the body is not able to produce itself and therefore must obtain them from diet. Hemp seed contains significantly more nutrients than other superfoods from the plant kingdom, such as chia seeds and flaxseeds.

Hemp seeds are used for oil, food, natural medicine and cosmetics among other products and the stalks and fibres have many commercial and industrial uses such as making paper, textiles, canvas, shoes, ropes, bioplastics, insulation, biofuel, etc. All of which also have a minimized carbon footprint on the environment contrasted with their conventional counterparts.

Hemp seeds, in fact a nut, have a mild, nutty flavor and are normally referred to as “hemp hearts”. Hemp hearts offer vitamins E, D, B1, B3, B6 and folate, as well as important minerals like Iron, Phosphorus, Zinc, Magnesium and Potassium which are essential for proper body functions.

CBD pure Hemp oil is a primary hemp product, made by cold pressing of carefully selected hemp seeds. With the cold press method, hemp oil doesn’t exceed temperatures above 50 °C, which helps to maintain the widest range of beneficial hemp components, vitamins and minerals. Cold pressed organic hemp oil has the perfectly balanced ratio of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, which is perfect for human metabolism.

So, improve your health with eco-friendly hemp crop products.

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