Hemp Oil Cooking Oils and Spray
Part of living a plant-strong Diet is letting go of oil. This includes all oil: olive oil, coconut oil, flax seed oil, hemp seed oil, ANY oil.
Greener than GREENPEACE, this earthy-tasting oil pressed from hemp seeds abounds in essential fatty acids such as omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid, which may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to studies. Hemp oil also delivers gamma linolenic acid, an omega 6 that emerging research says can improve skin health by reducing conditions like roughness and dryness. Though hemp may bring to mind peace, love, and tie-dyes, the variety of hemp grown for food production contains virtually none of the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana.
Best uses:Hemp oil is too gentle to be heated, so save it for dips, pestos, and dressings—everyplace you would use extra-virgin olive oil.
Try: Organic Hemp Oil, Cold Pressed
Hemp Oil Cooking Oils and Spray
Use hemp oil in smoothies, salads, vegetables and pasta dishes. To conserve the essential fatty acids, we suggest you use it raw or gently heated. You’ll find delicious recipes and tips in the
Cultivated for thousands of years throughout Asia and the Middle East before finally making its way to Europe and then the Americas, hemp is an extremely versatile and hardy plant. Its many uses include food products, textiles, building materials, bio-plastics, auto parts and more. Hemp is not to be confused with marijuana. Although the two plants are related, hemp products contain only trace levels of THC (less than 10ppm) and will not cause a psychoactive effect. It was once widely grown in the United States for its fiber. In fact, one of our founding fathers, George Washington, was a hemp farmer!
Rich in protein, omega-fatty acids and fiber, hemp has a nutty-tasting seed with a wide variety of uses. Hemp is loaded with all 20 amino acids (including the 9 essential). This densely nutritious food is an excellent addition to the diet of anyone looking for plant-based protein, and is preferred by many vegetarians and vegans. The protein found in hemp seed is very digestible, making it a great choice for sensitive diets.
We have a variety of hemp products to help you add this amazing superfood to your diet. Hempseed is great for sprinkling over yogurt or salads, adding to shakes, or including in baked or sautéed dishes, while hemp oil can be used raw or in low heat cooking. Our variety of hemp protein powders make nutrient-rich shakes and smoothies.
The seed we use comes from certified organic and non-GMO hemp that is grown on farms in Canada. Hemp is the world’s most sustainable plant as it is easily cultivated and grown in a variety of areas, does not deplete the soil and requires less water than other crops. We’d love to support U.S. farmers, but it is currently not legal to grow it in this country! If you’re interested in learning more about the legal issues surrounding hemp, visit: Vote Hemp or The Hemp Industries Association.
All of our hemp products are gently processed to protect the vital nutrients and maintain high quality and great taste.
OUR HEMP PRODUCTS ARE:
Certified organic and non-GMO
Made from raw hemp seed
Always chemical free