Hemp: the Healthiest “Super Food”

Greetings and Blessings on this beautifully awesome evening! I hope and wish great intentions to you and your well being, health and prosperity.

Number 1 “Super Food” as described by many researchers and nutritional specialist is…Hemp!!

Lets discuss these things called fats. Well just as any other thing, there are two sides of the coin; the good and the bad. Also know in this instance as “polyunsaturated fats” (the good) & saturated fats “the bad) with a minor mono-saturated fat as well.

When it comes to maintaining proper health and  a sound state of mind, it is important first to consider what you take into your body. We become what we eat.  Doctors and researchers believe that cancer and cardiovascular disease is mainly caused by ingesting too many fats on the bad end(saturated fats), and not enough on the good end. There are three main categories of fats, polyunsaturated, mono-unsaturated, and saturated. Polyunsaturated fats are also known as essential fatty acids (“EFA’s'”) which are needed for life. Linoliec acids (LA) and linolenic acid (LNA) cannot be produced from the body and must be obtained by the diet of the individual. EFA’s are needed for vital functions in the body such as growth, energy, and clarity of mind. EFA’s help the process of pushing nutrients throughout the body to the needed sections, wherever that may be for the individual. With fat being the second most abundant substance in the body, it is important to intake the good fats at the right ratio. Hemp oil is 55% LA and 25% LNA, a 2:1 ratio. Which is the most beneficial ratio for optimum health. Allowing us to curve fatty degenerative diseases. for information relating to the chemical composition check out Rat Haus.

Hemp has been declared as a miracle weight lose supplement. Hemp is  packed with 23 amino acids, as are many other plants in the plant kingdom. However hemp is unique in one regard, it is comprised of 65% globulin edistin (main protein in plasma). Globulin’s carry out the main function of living. In a class of seven simple proteins constructed from amino acids they are without non-protein substances. These globular proteins are what makes your plasma. Plasma is the fluid part of the blood that deliveries nutrients to all parts of the body. Globulin’s are the building blocks of the immune system. Globulins are broke down into three groups: alpha, beta, and gamma. The first two; alpha and betta transport required material. While the last, gamma, has five different sections for immune system function. Essentially the antibodies needed to fight infection or disease that may invade the body. Without the required amount of globulins to build the blocks needed the individual will lack the required material to ward off infection or disease.

I personally include hemp seed and hemp oil into my daily diet. I perform a cleanse once a year for a month. it is broke down into four week parts:

Week 1: Upon waking I drink one full glass of water infused with lemon. Allows the body to be hydrated with high alkaline properties. Next i ingest 2 tablespoons of hemp seed oil & eat one tablespoon of hemp seed hearts. I continue through out the day to drink up-to eight glasses of water. As I get hungry I will eat the same ratio of seed to oil. Usually about four times spaced evenly out.
Week 2: I keep the same routine as mentioned in week one and add color to my diet by incorporating fresh fruits and vegetables. As needed. Everyone is different and has different appetites. continue with the eight glasses of lemon water throughout the day and the 2:1 of the hemp oil and seed.
Week 3: Continue with the diet as in week 1 and 2 incorporating rice and some other high starch vegetables.
Week 4: IF you eat meat you can include this in it. However, I would not recommend eating meat and you can do research on that on your own time. For me meat makes me feel sluggish and sometimes I find myself getting upset or angry for no apparent reason ad reflect on my diet and meat has been the cause every time.

This diet will also cleanse you of the additive addiction from most fast foods and foods purchased at the super market.

The number one reason I eat hemp and hemp seed oil…it is the best food source for the brain. In one serving, roughly three tablespoons, there is 45% phosphorus, 2% calcium, 6% riboflavin, 8% folate, 20% zinc, 25% thiamin, 110% manganese, 45% magnesium, and 8% Vitamin B6 that is for the seed or Hemp hearts . Lets take a look at what each one of these minerals and vitamins are good for.

Phosphuros– is the second most abundant mineral in the body. It is good for filtering waste and repairing tissue and cells. Along with…

  • build strong bones and teeth
  • filter out waste in your kidneys
  • manage how your body stores and uses energy
  • grow, maintain, and repair tissue and cells
  • produce DNA and RNA — the body’s genetic building blocks
  • balance and use vitamins such as vitamins B and D, as well as other minerals like iodine, magnesium, and zinc
  • assist in muscle contraction
  • maintain a regular heartbeat
  • facilitate nerve conduction
  • reduce muscle pain after exercise

Calcium– one of the most important minerals for building healthy bones and teeth, along with

  • Clotting blood
  • Sending and receiving nerve signals
  • Squeezing and relaxing muscles
  • Releasing hormones and other chemicals
  • Keeping a normal heartbeat

Riboflavin (B2)- promotes energy productions by helping the body break down carbs, proteins and fats, offers antioxidant protection and Increases iron metabolism.

Folate– is a water soluble vitamin b, helps create DNA and is best for woman who are pregnant.

  • promotes normal fetal development
  • promotes sperm effectiveness
  • metabolize homocysteine into methionine (heart health)
  • reduces the risk of stroke
  • Neurological support
  • Cleans the colon

Zinc– a transition metal or “essential trace element” zinc has substantial biological importance for plants and animals. Zinc stimulates over 100 different enzymes as well as

  • controls & regulates immune response
  • stops diarrhea
  • regulates how neurons communicate (improving memory and learning)
  • shortens the common cold up to 40%
  • maintains skin structure and integrity healing wounds faster
  • promotes proper growth throughout all stages of life
  • decreases the risk of age related chronic disease
  • promotes eye health
  • increases sperm count and fertility

Thiamin(B1)– maintains a healthy nervous system and improves the cardiovascular functions of the body, is also part of the B vitamin complex. Beneficial attributes are also…

  • helps in energy production
  • anti-aging properties
  • diminishes the risk of Alzheimer’s
  • improves appetite and memory
  • great for heart health
  • produces red blood cells
  • prevents cataracts
  • helps in digestion

Manganese-vital for the functioning of the brain and proper activity of our nervous system throughout the body. Is also a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals. As well as promoting…

  • healthy bone structure
  • bone metabolism
  • is a co-enzyme for healthy metabolic activity (fat-burner)
  • formation of connective tissues
  • absorption of calcium
  • functioning of the thyroid gland and sex homrones
  • regulation of blood sugar
  • metabolizes fats and carbs

Magnesium-one of six essential macro-minerals and is beneficial as preventive treatment for …

  • osteoporosis
  • depression
  • diabetes
  • hypertension
  • cardiovascular disease

B6– converts food into energy and also metabolizes fats and proteins. B6 also contributes to healthy hair, skin, liver and eyes. B6 is an important component in the production of dopamine and serotonin. More beneficial properties are…

  • eases neurological conditions such as seizures, Parkinson’s disease and depression
  • reduced risk of stroke, heart disease and heart failure.

As you can see for yourself all play a huge role in the function of the body. Each one helps and aids the other in countless ways. It is the ultimate super food. The benefits of a diet like this are tremendous. If your goal is to slim down and get tone it is perfect. Hemp oil is a natural fat burner. It’s like an equation. When you are ingesting positive fats it cancels the negative fats. If you are lifting weights and want to get size the hemp seed is more beneficial. If you just want to be in great health it does that as well. With both the seed and oil containing key nutrients for fat burning and muscle building. As you can see from the above information Hemp contains all the building blocks for protein needed for the diet, making it an adaptogene (whatever one is lacking in the diet hemp will build the proteins). It is a theory of mine that this hemp protein will actually build longer lasting muscle then the traditional cretin and protein shakes. Without the effect of tiring one out. Hemp is most similar to human DNA meaning it requires less expended energy to break down and assimilate the proteins into the blood stream for nutrient giving sustenance .


For more information I recommend checking out a few books:

The Emperor wears no Clothes, by Jack Herer, click here

Hemp for Health, by Chris Conrad, Click here

for Hemp hearts i recommend Manitoba Farms, just click the link for easy access.




Author: jr157206

I am so-journer of this wonderfully majestic planet called Earth. I am only here to share love, offer advice, and spread the truth as one may see it. I have traveled across the American continent for three and half years beginning in 2010 off and on. Usually with very little resources. I believe that when one is doing for the good of humanity you will find and receive all things needed in your journey. Just as in every scripture and ancient text has told us. When you are in need give and you shall receive in like. I love all beings and creatures inhabiting the Earth even if some may have ulterior motives of control or de3ciet, that's neither here nor there for one must stay positive and keep spreading light and awareness the best one sees fit without clogging or demonizing others views.

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