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Hemp seeds are widely used for a number of food products, but a relatively new trend is to use the hemp seeds to brew beer. The first commercially-available hemp-brewed beer actually came from Frederick Brewing Company in 1997, but just recently more breweries are experimenting...

The Latest Scientific Breakthroughs And What You Need To Know For Your Practice.Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 6:15 p.m.• Learn about the history of hemp as medicine.• Review the latest research on Cannabis, Cannabinoids, and CBD (Cannabidiol).• Leave with a better understanding of how CBD...

If you choose to eat vegan or are lactose intolerant, you’ve likely learned to adapt to living without cheese. But, there’s no longer a reason that you have to suffer. With the help of hemp seeds and almond milk, you can make a dill and...

[caption id="attachment_5072" align="alignnone" width="600"] HempMeds Sponsors A4M Conference in Las Vegas.[/caption]We will be at the Venetian / Palazzo Hotel on December 11th through the 13th. It is the 22nd Annual World Conference on Anti-Aging Medicine. We are located at Booth # 5013. Come talk with our...

It’s not likely that you’re interested in a chocolate smoothie for its nutritional benefits. But, by tossing in hemp seeds into the mixture, your dessert smoothie will be high in fiber, protein and omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids, which means you’ll be doing a...

Hemp seeds are considered a complete protein, are high in fiber and are a good source of the essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6. When you add hemp seeds to your smoothies, not only do they add a number of natural benefits, but they help...

There are a number of benefits to growing Cannabis sativa L, also commonly referred to as hemp. Besides the nutritional and fiber components of the actual plant itself, simply growing hemp can offer farmers agricultural perks. One such benefit is that the deep roots of...

Hemp seeds can be eaten raw, but toasting them can add an extra crunch and a toasted flavor to the seeds. Toasted hemp seeds are high in protein, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids. You might be able to...

Our apologies in advance for what may become your next food obsession. If you’re a fan of peanut butter, you’ve got to try making cinnamon cocoa butter with hemp seeds. Cocoa butter made with hemp seeds can be paired with fruit jelly for a naturally-healthy...

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...

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