All the three products are a great addition to your daily meals. Not only are they extremely healthy, they add delightful flavours to your foods. The touch of authenticity and the fact that they are all home made by the locals of Uttarakhand make you feel good about consuming these products.
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Didn't know that hemp seed chutney can be healthy and tasty. The flavors are authentic and mouth-watering and you crave more. Thank you for bringing the goodness of hemp seed into our lives from your healthy product range.
Adding a small pinch of salt and using chutney along with parathas/ dal and salad definitely added flavor to my food.
Bio-products made from hemp are environment-friendly, meaning they don’t pollute landfills, are biodegradable and renewable. Additionally, Hemp absorbs 4 times the amount of carbon when compared to forests
Hemp returns a significant percentage of nutrients back to the ground, thus resulting in healthier soil that helps in decelerating erosion and keeps our lands healthy for a longer period of time.
It contains 9 essential amino acids, amino acids are the building blocks of everything protein in the human body
Both of them belong to the same larger Cannabis family, however they are vastly different in nature. While hemp requires minimal care, cannabis needs to be grown in controlled environments. Hemp has a low THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) content, whereas marijuana is on the higher side. While hemp is used in everything from automobiles, textiles, food, plastic to construction, marijuana is largely used purely for recreational purposes.
Hemp seeds are packed with protein, healthy fats, fibre, and numerous vitamins and minerals. On average, a 3-tablespoon serving of hemp seeds provides about 10 grams of protein, 15 grams of healthy omega-rich fats, and 3 grams of carbs. Hemp seeds are a rich source of magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, calcium, fibre and antioxidants, including polyphenols, flavonoids, and flavanols. In fact, the National Hemp Association touts them as being more nutritious than any other edible plant food grown on earth
Cultivation of industrial hemp seeds (to be then used in making various food products like chutneys, oil, salt, protein powder etc) is legal in India. In fact, the Government of India has been backing research-led initiatives that focus on the cultivation of cannabis hemp as long as it is below 0.3% THC content. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has notified that it recognises hemp oil and seed products as food
Hemp seeds are great for a variety of health reasons- it reduces the risk of heart diseases, promotes healthy & glowing skin while also having the ability to provide relief from aches, soreness, and joint irritation. Additionally, it is known to aid in digestion while also promoting calm and restful sleep.The use-cases of hemp seeds are diverse and effective in building up to a holistic health regimen- considering that it contains 30% protein, 40% fibre and 20% hemp oil.
Yes, hemp seed is absolutely safe for consumption- for both kids and pregnant women. But we do recommend consulting with a physician first in order to understand the possibility of integrating hemp seeds into your lifestyle.
Hemp seeds contain no Tetrahydrocannabinol (the compound that causes intoxication), so, there is no fear of intoxication that is associated with it. With all of our products, we ensure that the final products are delivered to the mandated safety limits and norms.
One can choose to integrate hemp seeds in a variety of ways- you can consume it, apply it or even cook with it. Depending on the range of products you choose from, you can explore how to integrate it into your lifestyle.
There are no side effects as far as hemp seeds are concerned.