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De-Hulled Hemp Seed

Our Australian grown Hemp seeds are the fruit or nut of the hemp plant. The husk is removed to leave a white, soft, creamy kernel with a fabulous nutty taste.



The combination of calories, complex carbohydrates, and protein in hemp hearts provides long-lasting energy.


Appetite & Weight

The amount of protein in hemp hearts is effective in curbing hunger. They are a healthy addition to a weight loss plan since they provide vital nutrients such as protein, essential fatty acids, fibre, vitamins and minerals without adding an excess of calories, starches, or sugars.



High in fibre, hemp hearts have many health benefits related to the digestive system. Fibre consumption is essential for a healthy digestive system and keeps bowel movements regular. A digestive system with plenty of fibre can efficiently remove wastes from the intestines daily, a preventative measure for intestinal diseases.

In addition, soluble fibre works in the intestines to lower LDL cholesterol levels, while insoluble fibre has been linked to reduced risks of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Also, hemp hearts are easily digestible by the human body.


Cellular Health

The balance of essential fatty acids paired with the complete protein found in hemp hearts promotes cellular recovery and development. The high concentration of essential fatty acids found in hemp seeds also supports the transportation of oxygen to cells throughout the body. The presence of oxygen in cell membranes helps to block viruses, fungi, and bacteria.

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Environment & Sustainability

Industrial Hemp has been scientifically proven to sequester more CO2 per hectare than any other forest or commercial crop, absorbing at a rate of 1.62 tonnes for every 1 tonne of hemp produced.

Hemp is a fantastic Bioremediation option for damaged or polluted soils. Through phytoremediation, hemp has been proven to absorb heavy metals (lead, nickel, cadmium etc.), pesticide residues, and other toxins harmful to soil & human health.

Note: this is why knowing your growers and the land is essential, and we test to verify this.

Hemp aids in replenishing soil health by adding diversity as a rotational crop helping to break pest and disease cycles in soils; it can also reverse the effects of soil compaction and erosion through its deep root structure, helping to break up soil compaction while also increasing nutrient absorption.

60-70% of the nutrient used to grow an industrial hemp crop is left in the field as leaf mulch to break down and be readily available for the following crops. Hemp is naturally resistant to most pests, so it uses little to zero pesticides.


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