- Hemp seeds have beneficial effects on the human body
- They contain a balanced ratio of vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids
- One of the most complete sources of food
Universal source of nutrition
The so-called Marijuana, Cannabis, or simply cannabis is very often referred to as the most versatile plant under the sun, and one of the many reasons is its beneficial effects on the human body. Across many years of propaganda, healing medicinal cannabis as a mere harmful narcotic, many individuals who consciously focus on their own health and wellbeing now turn to this plant. And no wonder - marijuana seeds are one of the most nutritionally complete and healthiest foods you can get on this planet.
Hemp seeds contain a balanced Omega-3 / Om ratioega-6 fatty acids, all 9 essential amino acids that the body cannot produce itself - a good source of protein, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, riboflavin, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin D, magnesium, iron and zinc.
"And no wonder - marijuana seeds are one of the most nutritionally complete foods you can get on this planet."
In addition, cannabis seeds are absolutely legal and if you are afraid of bringing you to another statein consciousness, you can stay calm. But what you can expect are the following health benefits:
1. Hormones (GLA)
The so-called prostaglandins - a group of hormones responsible for the proper functioning of many processes in the body - were discovered in the 1980s, especially in terms of the muscular system - prostaglandins are able to relieve muscle contractures, control inflammation and keep body temperature under control.
GLA, GaLinoleic acid, which is part of marijuana seed, is an indispensable building block of prostaglandins, and scientists believe that just replenishing this substance is essential for hormonal balance.
2.Arititis and rheumatism
I have already discussed healing cannabis as a help in rheumatism in our article Therapeutic Cannabis And Rheumatoid Arthritis "where it turned out to be a very beneficial alternative to commonly prescribed analgesics. In the case of arthritis, linoleic acid found in seeds in a study published in the Arthritis and Rheumatism Journal proved to be another very potent substance. patients receiving placebo showed only 4% relief.
3. Diet and weight loss
Hemp is also known as a printing aidappetite - will help a longer-lasting sense of fullness and reduce the craving for sweetness. For some suppression of exaggerated tastes throughout the day, nutritional experts advise to add about 4 teaspoons of hemp seeds to breakfast.
Marijuana seeds are also rich in both soluble and insoluble fiber, making them a great help to maintain a healthy digestive system. The advantage is also that fiber feeds healthy bacteria in your digestive tract, which, among other things, strengthens the immune system.
"Marijuana seeds are also rich in both soluble and insoluble fiber, making them a great help to maintain a healthy digestive system."
5. Hair, nail and skin health
The oil that cannabis seeds contain is able to penetrate deeper parts of the skin and has a very positive effect on dry, reddening or peeling skin. Very often it is part of (often more expensive) cosmetics such as soaps, lip balms and lotions. As oil enters the deeper parts of the skin, healthy growth of new cells is promoted, creating the basis for healthy and fresh skin.
JelikoAs cannabis seed oil is also effective on eczema, it is recommended to use at least a teaspoon of seeds each day with the use of a cream that you can make at home - a combination of hemp oil, shea butter and some essential oil such as lavender.
As we mentioned in our last article Cancer",Cannabis can be excellent in treating many types of cancer. In the case of seeds that contain a balanced ratio of Omega-3 / Omega-6 fatty acids, help is also obvious in the area of reducing inflammation and strengthen the immune system.
7. Healthy Heart
The key to a healthy and strong heart is proper nutrition, with key ingredients all contained in marijuana seeds - fiber, vegetable protein, healthy fats, and minimizing refined sugars.
AND what do you think of marijuana seeds our readers? You tried to enrich Your diet o this universal aid? Share with us Your feedback and experience in the comments section!