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Why is Hemp good for me?

Hemp seeds are known to contain high amounts of the essential fatty acids the body needs for optimum health and nutrition, such as omega-3 and omega-6, as well as high amounts of protein. The nutrient profile of hemp seeds makes them a nutritional powerhouse with high amounts of fat, protein and some carbohydrates thrown into […]

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Why is Hemp good for the planet?

Hemp is drought resistant and doesn’t require large amounts of water like other crops do (eg cotton, rice), and because it’s naturally resilient to disease and insects, it doesn’t need pesticides or herbicides like other crops do. It can be planted densely and can be grown year after year without adverse effects like soil nutrient […]

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Why hemp?

Hemp is extremely versatile. The outer fibres of the plant are used for things like canvas and rope, while the innards are used for products like paper. In addition to using hemp fibres, hemp growers also harvest hemp seeds for food or to be made into hemp oil for use in paints and cosmetics. Growers […]

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Why choose hemp?

It’s good for people: Hemp seeds are known to contain high amounts of the essential fatty acids the body needs for optimum health and nutrition, such as omega-3 and omega-6, as well as its high amounts of vegan protein. Hemp is also rich in CBD oil, which is being shown to help with a range […]

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How can hemp be used?

Hemp is extremely versatile. The outer fibres of the plant are used for things like canvas and rope, while the innards are used for products like paper. In addition to using hemp fibres, hemp growers also harvest hemp seeds for food or to be made into hemp oil for use in paints and cosmetics. In […]

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What is Hemp?

Hemp is a member of the cannabis family of plants and often gets confused with its more famous cousin, marijuana. But while they’re related, the two plant strains are worlds apart in application. Hemp contains minimal amounts of the psychoactive compound THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) that marijuana is famous for, meaning it can’t get you ‘high’.  Instead […]

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