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100 grams of Hemp Seeds contain:

Energy: 564 kcal/2344 kj

Protein: 33 g

Carbohydrates: 10 g

Sugars: 0 g

Fat: 43,70 g

-saturated: 4,52 g

-polyunsaturated: 34,89 g

Fiber: 8,33 g

Salt: 0,04 g

Vitamin D: 12,5

Vitamin E: 2 mg


Recommended daily serving: 

42 grams (4 heaping tablespoons)

Origin: The Baltics

Why are they good?

Hemp seeds are the single most complete source of nutrition in the entire plant kingdom and the most complete source of protein for vegetarians containing the essential fatty acids and amino acids your body cannot produce on its own; health, vitality and well-being wrapped up in a tiny shell. 


  • Improves heart health

  • Stimulates good digestion

  • Builds muscle mass

  • Eliminates insomnia

  • Treats anemia 

  • Aids in weight loss

  • Stimulates metabolic activity

  • Builds muscle mass

  • Prevents various cancers

  • Improves the immune system

  • Reduces symptoms of menopause and menstruation

  • Boosts skin and hair health

  • Builds strong bones

  • Balances the hormonal levels in the body

How to use them?

Use these seeds as a cooking ingredient, sprinkled in salads and smoothies, to make milk, or gently toast or roast them to use as a snack. 


Some ideas!

They are a great addition to homemade protein bars, granola bars, and energy balls. They are also perfect for adding to all kinds of baked goods like breads, muffins, and even cookies! They add lovely nutty little crunch along with a supercharged nutrient boost. Win/win.


Hemp Milk

Blend hemp seeds for hemp seed milk, which you can use as an alternative to dairy milk in drinks and recipes. And because of its nutty flavor, hemp seeds make a great substitute for people with nut allergies—you can dry-toast them over low heat to bring out even more of that nuttiness.

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