Posts Tagged "eco-friendlyhemp"


Hemp seeds do not mill into flour, they become butter because of the high oil content. In order to get flour, you need to remove the oils. We mill the byproduct of pressing hemp seed for oil, which we call hemp cake, into flour for just such a use. Our certified organic hemp flour is quite nice and is very fine. It is perfect for adding to baking and for bread. The most recognized health benefits of hemp flour are amino acids,...

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Hemp’s ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids is about 4:1 which mirrors the primitive diet man evolved on for 2.5 million years. This ratio of fatty acids has been shown to prevent and even reverse Alzheimers disease in animal models and humans (Yehuda et al, Int J Neurosci, vol 3, 141-9, 1996). The fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) is especially beneficial for the elderly who become essential fatty acid deficient as they age....

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Fuel Food Reality CheckOttawa, ON: Here are the facts on recent increases in fuel and food. FACT Over the past year, oil prices have jumped by nearly 100%. · In 2007, food prices increased by about 4% overall. · In 2007, the same year the U.S. produced a record amount of ethanol from corn, the U.S. increased it surplus of corn to more than 1.4 billion bushels. In a record ethanol year, the U.S. actually fed more of the world by...

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Hemp Seeds For Animals Too?


Posted By on Oct 30, 2013

Just as hemp seed is great for human consumption, it is also great for your pets and livestock. Yes, all mammals for that matter including birds require the same Essential Fatty Acids as humans!that their animals are healthier, happier, heftier and less stressed. Because of the high oil content and the fatty acids, the animals actually utilize more of their feed, as it’s easier to digest. Aside from hemp seed being high in protein and...

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Yes. Hemp seeds contain all of the 21 known amino acids. With the 8 essential amino acids that all of us need, baby, child and parent.  Feeding vegan kids is becoming almost the norm these days. For breastfeeding mothers, the EFAs from hemp can be a big help in replenishing the 11 grams of EFAs that are pulled from the mother daily through breastfeeding. The extra EFAs needs to come from a food source as the body does not replenish...

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“In 2005-2008, hemp food sales have averaged 47% annual growth, making hemp one of the fastest-growing natural food categories” The hemp seeds, previously consumed only as hemp nuts, were then produced into many forms of hemp foods like hemp flour, hemp milk, hemp ice cream, hemp tofu, hemp cake, hemp cereals, hemp nut butters, and many more food products that could fill all your need and taste….but perhaps you would like...

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