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Hemp seed contains lower concentrations (less than 1%) of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and higher concentrations of CBD (cannabidiol), which means it can do a lot good for you instead of getting you high.
Hemp seeds have a very high anti-oxidant effect and are believed to improve heart health and reduce symptoms of ailments related to skin and joints. Hemp seeds can be added to your meals as a whole or consumed in the form of powder for a well-balanced diet.
Initially, hemp seed was used for making clothes, ropes, footwear, food, pottery decoration, etc., after which it found its way into medicines—its leaves were used to heal wounds and oils and teas derived from hemp seed were used for pain relief.
Hemp seeds have secured their position as a superfood. Hemp seeds not only have a rich nutritional profile but also provide a range of health benefits. As a dietary supplement, hemp seed provides a blend of simple proteins, rich minerals and vitamins and a perfect balance of essential acids and antioxidants.
Hemp Seeds: Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits
Intro – 00:00
What is hemp seed? – 00:15
Nutritional Facts – 01:21
Health Benefits – 03:45
Interaction with Medications – 05:09
Varieties – 05:45
Comparison to flax and chia seeds – 06:06
Storage and Food Safety – 07:01
How to Prepare – 07:36
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