Hemp History Week 2015 is rolling along nicely.  Part of hemp history week involves talking about the potential benefits of hemp in America today, but American Hemp history goes back to the very start of colonization.  In fact, the pilgrims brought hemp with them, and not just in...

Hemp History week is officially underway.  In honor of that we would like to take a look at the ancient hemp. What is the history of hemp?  Lets take a look at 4 ways ancient people used hemp: The earliest records of hemp use and cultivation date...

Growing more hemp crops has the potential of making a significant impact on global warming. Global warming, or the rise in average temperatures on earth, is caused by higher concentrations of greenhouse gases; more specifically, an increase in carbon dioxide emissions. The carbon dioxide traps...

With all the natural benefits of hemp seeds, it’s likely you’re looking to find easy and tasty ways to incorporate them into your diet. One of the more effortless ways is to toss them into your breakfast smoothies. The hemp seeds provide essential fatty acids,...

Rather than reaching for the ground beef when it comes time to make hamburgers for your next family meal, consider opting for these vegetarian “burgers” made with black beans and hemp seeds. These patties are low in saturated fat and high in both protein and...

If you are lactose intolerant, you’ve got to constantly pay attention to make sure you don’t eat or drink any dairy products. This clearly means no more dairy milk, which can be challenging. Milk made from hemp, however, is a completely dairy-free option that you...

Celiac disease, which is on a significant rise in the United States, forces many people to turn to a gluten-free diet. Celiac disease is when the presence of gluten, consumed from foods, attacks the small intestine. Even people without the disease have found that they’re...

Getting your kids to embrace healthy eating habits can be a challenge at times, but there will be no problem getting them to chow down on this tasty banana-based snack. This raw and completely vegan goodie requires just three ingredients: a banana, peanut butter and...

Not all protein is equal. Proteins from animal foods, such as eggs, milks and cheeses, have a typically higher digestibility than most plant-based proteins. When a protein is described as easy to digest, it means that the body is able to absorb most of the...

Start your day off with a heart-healthy, high fiber and protein-packed breakfast with making these apple hemp muffins. Hemp seeds offer up the ideal ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which chip in with lowering cholesterol and blood pressure and decreasing your risks of...

Making your own hummus at home is an easy way to ensure that the ingredients are healthy and natural. Most commonly, olive oil is used as the base for hummus, but by trading olive oil out for hemp oil, you can make a hummus that...

Hemp has been harvested for nutritional and fiber purposes throughout the world for over 12,000 years. Unfortunately, hemp has been illegal to grow in the United States since 1957. Although hemp contains very little to no tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics decided...

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