Hemp health benefits
Perfect plant-based nutrition
First, let’s bust a myth. Hemp does not equal marijuana and it won't get you high. It is a superfood you should know about.
Hemp seed in a complete vegan protein source that gives you more protein per gram than beef. Like meat sources of protein, but unlike many plant-based sources, hemp seed protein contains all 20 amino acids for muscle building including the 9 “essential” amino acids your body can’t produce on its own.
Globally, people love hemp seed because it contains omega 3, 6 and 9 essential fatty acids for brain development, immunity and more. Hemp is also rare source of GLA, a type of omega 6, revered for its anti-inflammatory properties.
You’ll enjoy the benefits of omegas, and healthy unsaturated fats in hemp oil.
Bioavailable for a happy gut
Lots of people ask where vegans get their protein, but what vegans and omnivores alike should be asking is “how can we get more fibre?”
Praise your gut with high fibre hemp seed protein! Hemp seed is high in edestin, a protein which repairs DNA and is bioavailable so you can digest its nutrients easily.
Hemp seed protein is dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, allergen-free and non-GMO. Did we mention, it’s also raw, cold-pressed and alkaline?
One serve of HEMPLE contains magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium, vitamin E and B vitamins including folate. Plus, it's the only plant-food source of bone-strengthening Vitamin D3.
Hemp seed is a superfood, enjoyed worldwide - in Europe, USA, Canada and Asia for the benefits above. In a landmark decision, it has been approved to be marketed as a food and sold as such in Australia and NZ from November 2017. While Hemple is food grade hemp seed protein, for now we can only recommend it for external use. A body scrub that's good enough to eat!