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Hemp seeds are an edible part of the hemp plant. They’re commonly toasted and hulled so that they're an edible snack that is a great source of protein.
You can buy hemp seeds directly from us! We offer 1 pound (16 oz) bags of edible toasted hemp seeds and we can supply you with larger quantites if needed. However, we don’t currently have any hemp seeds that you can use to grow your own hemp plants.
Hemp protein is a byproduct from the seeds that the hemp plant produces. Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds and this contains a higher amount of protein. This can be used to create an all-natural product that is higher in protein content and can also be used to create hemp protein powder. Hemp protein powder is great source of protein for vegan, vegetarian, and halal diets.
In America, hemp is legal to possess, but aside from a few states, it’s illegal to grow on an industrial level. You can also legally possess hemp products such as fabrics, soaps & lotions, foods, seeds and fiber.
It is a common belief that the biggest reason hemp is illegal because of the competition that it presented as a source for paper manufacturing and for textile manufacturing. Because of its close relation to marijuana, early 1900’s propaganda helped lead to the taxation of hemp and eventually lead to it being illegal in America to grow it without a permit.
No. Hemp is related to marijuana as they are both varieties of the cannabis plant, but they are not the same thing.
Hemp has a wide varieties of uses. It can be manufactured into a variety of textiles. The seeds can be eaten and it’s also a great source for natural protein. It can also be used to make soap or body lotions.
Hemp is a variety of the cannabis plant commonly planted as a crop for paper manufacturing, as a food source
Hemp has a very low amount of THC, especially in comparison to marijuana. Hemp generally has below 1% THC, but in most states in America require hemp to contain lower than .3% THC. This low amount of THC will not get you high nor will it make you fail a drug test.
There are a variety of differences between hemp and marijuana, but the biggest factor is the difference in the amount of THC in both plants. Marijuana is commonly sought after for its THC content while hemp is sought after for its variety of uses such as being a source for food, paper or textiles. Hemp and marijuana are two different varieties of the cannabis plant.
Since edible hemp seeds are toasted and / or hulled, they lose any of the THC content that they did have.
Industrial hemp grown for textiles averages 8-12 feet high, is long and skinny and grows very densely together similar to corn. Hemp grown for grain averages a height of around 6 feet. The picture below depicts an average industrial hemp field being grown for textile use.