Hemp is said to be a superfood. Hemp seed being used to produce dietary fiber is one of the noted benefits of hemp.
How it’s Made:
In a 56g serving of hemp seed, it contains 16.8 grams of fiber. A handful of hemp seed will meet minimum daily requirement for fiber.(1)
Hemp seeds as a source for nutritional fiber is rich with vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and high levels of antioxidants.(2)
Consumption of hemp products for others would result to failed urine tests for the reason that the level of THC in hemp products would depend on how it is manufactured.(3)
Hemp originated in Central Asia. It was cultivated to suit the needs of the people may it be for food, fiber and medicine.(4)
Looking to the Future:
Hemp market has the potential for significant growth since consumer demand for organic and natural sustainable products are increasing. It is said to double up in market being a diverse crop and its contribution for seed/oil, fiber and substitute for synthetic medicines. Seed shattering resistance and increasing seed size are being developed. Further research is needed to improve harvest and to continue long term sustainable production and economic vitality.(5)