hemp – and, more specifically, hemp seeds are suitable for eating when fresh, ground, roasted or fried. 

New studies suggest that a daily dose of hemp seed or hemp seed oil (as little as a single tablespoon every day) can dramatically improve your overall cholesterol levels.

hemp can help you destroy blood clotting and prevent it from happening in the future.

1 gram of Hemp seeds contains 600 calories, 40 grams of vegetable fat, 30 grams of protein and only 7 grams of carbohydrates.

Almost 44% of the weight of the seeds consists of edible oils, containing about 80% of the fatty acids. The seeds are also a very rich source of important fatty acids linoleic acid, also known as 'omega-6', and alpha-linolenic acid, also called 'omega-3'.

Hemp seeds contain high levels of proteins, and the profile of amino acids is considered almost perfect compared to other protein sources such as meat, milk, or soy.

Hemp seeds contain all 21 amino acids known to man, including the nine most essential acids – those that the human body cannot produce on its own.

If we still want to compare the amino acid profile of the Hemp seed protein, it can be compared to the highest level of protein, similar to that provided by egg or soy protein.

Hemp seeds are also a good source of minerals such as zinc and magnesium.

How to integrate hemp seeds into my daily diet?

you may start your day with a spoon full of hemp oil or eat Hemp seeds in salads and other similar dishes.

you may add hemp seeds to your pancakes, or simply consuming them with a glass of water.