With our move towards natural health and wellness approaches in our nutrition as well as our treatment of diseases, we go back to the earth for what we need.
The earth provides for us all the goodness and nutrition that we have ever needed!
Hemp, being one of the oldest harvested plants, as far back as 8,000 year ago, has so much to offer us.
We are only just beginning to understand the goodness it holds and how our bodies can utilize all of its benefits.
We are learning more and more about hemp's multi level value across many applications.
There are many resources of study in this field and continues to grow....
The diagram below from an insightful study into hemp's many faceted uses and benefits.
Click on title to see the complete document from the Department of Ecological and Biological Sciences (DEB), Tuscia University, Largo dell’Università snc, 01100 Viterbo, Italy
The Seed of Industrial Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.): Nutritional Quality and Potential Functionality for Human Health and Nutrition
Hemp seeds contain high levels of omega-3, and omega-6, vitamin E, and essential fatty acids, as well as being a good source of plant based protein containing high amounts of vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc which supports our immune system, promotes heart health and overall resistance to age related disorders and diseases.
The whole food goodness of Canterpene 2.0 comes from not only the hemp seeds! This breakthrough compound encompasses the whole food goodness of the hemp plant. With our patented process we can harness this goodness and deliver it to the food processor in an efficient and economical way. Companies can take their food to the next level of nutrition!
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