Hemp is a superfood with nutritional traits not found elsewhere in the plant world. The seed of the Hemp plant is  

100% protein rich with lots of culinary versatility. It is the seed which has been used as food by humanity for thousands of years.

It is a healthful powerhouse that activates the body's endocannabinoid system when eaten. It works well in healing diets such as paleo, vegan, vegetarian, keto, and/or gluten free.


Hemp is arguably the most eco friendly crops grown and an important part to regenerative agriculture. The plant absorbs carbon and nitrogen and puts these nutrients back into the soil. It also pulls ups toxins and cleans any soil it is grown in. It rapidly grows and compares to mature forests for its' ability to sequester C02. 

It is an adaptable plant with the ability to grow in harsh and dry environments. Successful hemp farming can happen in most areas of the world!

Globally, hemp farming helps to stimulate local economies while bringing nutrition, well-being, and a path out of conventional agriculture. 



Hemp as a food is legal in the United States and many other countries of the world. Hemp and Marijuana come from the same Cannabis species. Marijuana is a slang term and used here to refer to THC Cannabis strains. Hemp has low THC levels. All Cannabis plants are bred into different strains according to purpose such as medicine (THC/CBD), fiber, food, and fuel. Cannabis is an incredible herb that has a 8000 year plus history all over the world. Humans have been eating hemp as a food for a very long time.