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(Average Nutrition Per 100g Product)
Energy value: 2320Kj / 550Kcal
Carbohydrates: 31g (of which: Carbohydrates: 2g, Fibers: 29g / 116%)
Fat: 36g / 55% * (of which: Trans: 0; Saturated: 3g, Mono-unsaturated (Omega-9): 4g, Polyunsaturated: 27g of which: Omega-6: 20g Omega-3: 7g)
Cholesterol: 0, Sodium 0
Vitamins: B1: 45% *, B2: 20% *, B3: 40% *, B6: 40% *, B9 (folic acid): 70%
Minerals and trace elements: Iron 90% *, Magnesium 170% *, Zinc 70% *, Copper 90% *, Phosphor 90% *
* % of Recommended daily allowance
100% * Bio Raw Cannabis Seeds* Bio = from organic farming.
Unlike conventional cannabis seeds, which feed fowls, horses or fish, our seed has a higher nutritional potential, almost double the amount of rare GLA (omega-6) and SDA (omega-3) and a substantially higher amount of omega-3. This is because it is a variety of Finola and other quality varieties that have been sharpened for the needs of humans, with an emphasis on high protein content and PUFA (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids).
Cannabis is often referred to as superfood because it contains over 26% of extremely good protein and up to 27% of polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6) in an ideal ratio of 2 to 3: 1. Unshelled cannabis seeds are also popular thanks to the extra-high content of insoluble fiber (almost 30%) that gently irritates the intestinal wall and thus causes natural peristaltic joints, which are especially appreciated by those who have problems with emptying.
Hemp seed is an excellent source of Group B vitamins, including folic acid, vitamin E and many minerals such as iron, magnesium, copper, zinc, phosphorus and manganese.
Hemp seeds can be eaten raw, or roasted with sea salt or spice in a pan. The hemp seed can be mixed with honey and cinnamon after a fine brush or just raw as is, or add to bread or salty pastry as a crunchy ingredient to the bread.
Try sprouting and use as vitamin E-rich and Chlorophyll-rich spices in salads, pasta, spreads or soups.
Gently germinated seed is great for making cannabis milk. Wash the seed, leave it in the water for 12-24 hours (replace the water after 12 hours), then rinse, mix well, add some water and mix well. Then add 1:5 to 1:15 parts water to the seed - depending on how intense you want the milk to be. Drop and strain through a fine sieve. Milk can be served with honey or a natural sweetener of your choice, you can also flavour with vanilla, cocoa or cinnamon, or as you wish.
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