• Why choose Hemp?
    Hemp is only one of 6 genus of plants that enrich the soil. Softer, stronger & longer lasting. Hemp improves with age. Recyclable & made to last, it is the oldest known fabric ever to be found. Hemp fabrics have a beautiful drape that is pure luxury. Hemp fibre is the strongest natural plant fibre in the world.
    Hempseed is one of the most complete sources of vegetable nutrition know to man. It contains a high quality protein with significant amounts of all the Essential Amino Acids. It is a rich source of the two Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) – Linoleic acid(omega-6), alpha-Linolenic acid (omega-3), in addition to gamma-Linolenic acid (GLA, omega-6) and Stearidonic acid (SDA, omega-3) which are vital for the structure and fuctions of cells in the body. EFAs cannot be produced by the body itself. They are vital to human health as they maintain cellular growth, organ functions, vitality and mental state.
    The EFAs, found in hempseed oil are present at a naturally occurring ratio of approximately 3:1.This is considered to be one of nature’s most perfectly balanced sources of EFAs. These Omegas are in the perfect ratio for the human body. It has always been an important source of nutrients since ancient times and like soybeans, Hempseeds can be pressed for their oil, ground & milled for flour – Hulled, soaked and squeezed to make milk, ice cream and vegan cheeses and can be sprouted for optimum nutritional content. Hempseed oil also contains GLA, the active component in Evening Primrose oil, which may be useful in the treatment of eczema, PMT, menopause and arthritis.
    As a supplement, hemp improves the skin, hair, immune system, bones and joints
    Has been proven to cure eczema & psoriasis
    Hemp won’t get you high, as it contains negligible amounts of THC, too small for even the slightest effect
    Eaten since ancient times, hemp is the oldest known form of agriculture in the world. With it’s ‘Super Food’ capabilities, hemp will revolutionise the
    vegetarian diet and bring health and vitality to all.
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    Why choose Hemp? Hemp is only one of 6 genus of plants that enrich the soil. Softer, stronger & longer lasting. Hemp improves with age. Recyclable & made to last, it is the oldest known fabric ever to be found. Hemp fabrics have a beautiful drape that is pure luxury. Hemp fibre is the strongest natural plant fibre in the world. Hempseed is one of the most complete sources of vegetable nutrition know to man. It contains a high quality protein with significant amounts of all the Essential Amino Acids. It is a rich source of the two Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) – Linoleic acid(omega-6), alpha-Linolenic acid (omega-3), in addition to gamma-Linolenic acid (GLA, omega-6) and Stearidonic acid (SDA, omega-3) which are vital for the structure and fuctions of cells in the body. EFAs cannot be produced by the body itself. They are vital to human health as they maintain cellular growth, organ functions, vitality and mental state. The EFAs, found in hempseed oil are present at a naturally occurring ratio of approximately 3:1.This is considered to be one of nature’s most perfectly balanced sources of EFAs. These Omegas are in the perfect ratio for the human body. It has always been an important source of nutrients since ancient times and like soybeans, Hempseeds can be pressed for their oil, ground & milled for flour – Hulled, soaked and squeezed to make milk, ice cream and vegan cheeses and can be sprouted for optimum nutritional content. Hempseed oil also contains GLA, the active component in Evening Primrose oil, which may be useful in the treatment of eczema, PMT, menopause and arthritis. As a supplement, hemp improves the skin, hair, immune system, bones and joints Has been proven to cure eczema & psoriasis Hemp won’t get you high, as it contains negligible amounts of THC, too small for even the slightest effect Eaten since ancient times, hemp is the oldest known form of agriculture in the world. With it’s ‘Super Food’ capabilities, hemp will revolutionise the vegetarian diet and bring health and vitality to all. hempparadox #hemplife #hempoil #hempproducts #hemp #hempcommunity #welovewhatwedo #cbdwithlove
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  • By now, we’re sure you know all about CBD and the benefits of CBD oil when you take it medicinally.
    What you might not realize, though, is that you can actually get the benefits of CBD by cooking with hemp oil.
    Here’s everything you need to know about how to cook with hemp oil so you can reap the benefits of the Hemp plants and get some tasty nutrition at the same time.
    What is hemp oil?
    Hemp oil is not the same thing as CBD oil; you can’t cook your foods with the same CBD oil that you use to help you fall asleep at night. It’s also different from other types of oil that you use for cooking, like olive oil and vegetable oil. Make sure you understand the best (and worst) ways to cook with hemp oil before you get started!
    Unlike CBD oil, hemp oil doesn’t contain any cannabinoids, which are the main component of CBD. Hemp oil instead contains a blend of nutrients, vitamin E, and polyunsaturated acids. It’s sourced from the seeds of the cannabis plant, whereas CBD is sourced from the whole plant, including the flowers and leaves.
    The benefits
    The benefits of hemp oil are far-reaching. Some of the major areas it’s been shown to improve health care in the skin, the brain, and the heart. Additionally, hemp oil is known for helping with aches and pains, especially for pain related to inflammation. It can even ease painful symptoms of PMS and menopause.
    Hemp oil contains healthy fatty acids, which makes it an excellent way to add some nutrients to your diet so you can stay full and focused, even if you aren’t dealing with pain right now.Frying with
    hemp oil
    Frying with hemp oil is a no-go, so, unfortunately, you can’t make yourself fries that have the health benefits of hemp. Because it’s so delicate, hemp oil can’t really handle any heat. It has a low smoke point, which essentially means it doesn’t take much heat to burn. You can easily ruin a meal by trying to cook or fry vegetables or meat in hemp oil.
    When to use hemp oil
    So, if you can’t fry hemp oil, or heat it up at all, when can you use it?
    Don’t worry. There are plenty of ways you can add hemp oil to add nutrition plus an earthy, nutty flavor to your favorite recipes. Hemp oil is great drizzled on a salad or added into hummus. You can put it in your morning smoothie or onto cooked, roasted vegetables. As long as you remember not to overheat it, you can use hemp oil pretty much anywhere else you would use olive oil.
    For more information regarding this magical Plant and its benefits feel free to drop us a line.
    https://hempparadox.com/contact-2/
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    By now, we’re sure you know all about CBD and the benefits of CBD oil when you take it medicinally. What you might not realize, though, is that you can actually get the benefits of CBD by cooking with hemp oil. Here’s everything you need to know about how to cook with hemp oil so you can reap the benefits of the Hemp plants and get some tasty nutrition at the same time. What is hemp oil? Hemp oil is not the same thing as CBD oil; you can’t cook your foods with the same CBD oil that you use to help you fall asleep at night. It’s also different from other types of oil that you use for cooking, like olive oil and vegetable oil. Make sure you understand the best (and worst) ways to cook with hemp oil before you get started! Unlike CBD oil, hemp oil doesn’t contain any cannabinoids, which are the main component of CBD. Hemp oil instead contains a blend of nutrients, vitamin E, and polyunsaturated acids. It’s sourced from the seeds of the cannabis plant, whereas CBD is sourced from the whole plant, including the flowers and leaves. The benefits The benefits of hemp oil are far-reaching. Some of the major areas it’s been shown to improve health care in the skin, the brain, and the heart. Additionally, hemp oil is known for helping with aches and pains, especially for pain related to inflammation. It can even ease painful symptoms of PMS and menopause. Hemp oil contains healthy fatty acids, which makes it an excellent way to add some nutrients to your diet so you can stay full and focused, even if you aren’t dealing with pain right now.Frying with hemp oil Frying with hemp oil is a no-go, so, unfortunately, you can’t make yourself fries that have the health benefits of hemp. Because it’s so delicate, hemp oil can’t really handle any heat. It has a low smoke point, which essentially means it doesn’t take much heat to burn. You can easily ruin a meal by trying to cook or fry vegetables or meat in hemp oil. When to use hemp oil So, if you can’t fry hemp oil, or heat it up at all, when can you use it? Don’t worry. There are plenty of ways you can add hemp oil to add nutrition plus an earthy, nutty flavor to your favorite recipes. Hemp oil is great drizzled on a salad or added into hummus. You can put it in your morning smoothie or onto cooked, roasted vegetables. As long as you remember not to overheat it, you can use hemp oil pretty much anywhere else you would use olive oil. For more information regarding this magical Plant and its benefits feel free to drop us a line. https://hempparadox.com/contact-2/ hempparadox #hemplife #hempproducts #hemp #hempoil
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  • Cool Hemp Facts ????
    DID YOU KNOW:
    That hemp is one of the world's oldest agricultural crops, first found in Asia in 8000 BC.
    It was mainly used for pottery and food.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Hemp produces 4 times more paper per acre than trees and the paper is of archival quality.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    All parts of the hemp plant can be used; for building materials, plastics, cloth, bio-fuel, and paper to name a few.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    The first hemp crop planted in North America was in Port Royal, Acadia (present day Nova Scotia) in the 1606.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    In the 1700s American farmers were required by law to grow hemp as a staple crop.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    In the 1800s on behalf of the King of England, hemp seed was distributed free to Canadian farmers.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Henry Ford built a car body made from hemp fiber, which is ten times stronger than steel.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Hemp breathes in 4 times more carbon dioxide (CO2) than trees.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Hemp paper can be recycled up to 8 times, compared to just 3 times for paper made from wood pulp.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Hemp is used to remove toxins from the soil. Hemp was used in Chernobyl to remove the radio-active waste from the soil to make it safe again for farmers.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Hempcrete is an eco friendly building material for buildings. It is water-proof, fire-proof, pest-resistant, completely recyclable, absorbs carbon dioxide, regulates temperature and humidity, breathable, resistant to cracking under movement (earthquake resistant), energy efficient and it gets stronger over time.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Hemp is a low input crop, you don't need pesticides, herbicides, fungicides to make it grow. In fact, hemp is a competitive plant that will choke out the weeds! It requires less water than cotton to grow.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    From the 16th to 18th century and (up until the early 1900s), the fleets or tall ships used hemp to make the majority of all shipping sails, ropes, rigging, ladders, shrouds and nets. Hemp fibre mixed with tar was even used to fill the seams between the planks of a wooden hull to make the ships watertight.
    DID YOU KNOW:
    Painters Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Gainsborough painted their classic works on hemp canvases and used hemp based paint.
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    Cool Hemp Facts ???? DID YOU KNOW: That hemp is one of the world's oldest agricultural crops, first found in Asia in 8000 BC. It was mainly used for pottery and food. DID YOU KNOW: Hemp produces 4 times more paper per acre than trees and the paper is of archival quality. DID YOU KNOW: All parts of the hemp plant can be used; for building materials, plastics, cloth, bio-fuel, and paper to name a few. DID YOU KNOW: The first hemp crop planted in North America was in Port Royal, Acadia (present day Nova Scotia) in the 1606. DID YOU KNOW: In the 1700s American farmers were required by law to grow hemp as a staple crop. DID YOU KNOW: In the 1800s on behalf of the King of England, hemp seed was distributed free to Canadian farmers. DID YOU KNOW: Henry Ford built a car body made from hemp fiber, which is ten times stronger than steel. DID YOU KNOW: Hemp breathes in 4 times more carbon dioxide (CO2) than trees. DID YOU KNOW: Hemp paper can be recycled up to 8 times, compared to just 3 times for paper made from wood pulp. DID YOU KNOW: Hemp is used to remove toxins from the soil. Hemp was used in Chernobyl to remove the radio-active waste from the soil to make it safe again for farmers. DID YOU KNOW: Hempcrete is an eco friendly building material for buildings. It is water-proof, fire-proof, pest-resistant, completely recyclable, absorbs carbon dioxide, regulates temperature and humidity, breathable, resistant to cracking under movement (earthquake resistant), energy efficient and it gets stronger over time. DID YOU KNOW: Hemp is a low input crop, you don't need pesticides, herbicides, fungicides to make it grow. In fact, hemp is a competitive plant that will choke out the weeds! It requires less water than cotton to grow. DID YOU KNOW: From the 16th to 18th century and (up until the early 1900s), the fleets or tall ships used hemp to make the majority of all shipping sails, ropes, rigging, ladders, shrouds and nets. Hemp fibre mixed with tar was even used to fill the seams between the planks of a wooden hull to make the ships watertight. DID YOU KNOW: Painters Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Gainsborough painted their classic works on hemp canvases and used hemp based paint. naturesmedicine hempparadox #hemp #hempoil #hemplife #hempproducts #cbdwithlove #welovewhatwedo #hempfacts
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  • Yesterday I started my 8 week gym regime 3 day split OMG!
    My legs are killing me definitely need my hemp Nutrition today great for recovery, plenty of amnio acids, Omega healthy fats and protein and the CBD oil to finish off to bring any inflammation down, what more could you want ????????
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    Yesterday I started my 8 week gym regime 3 day split OMG! My legs are killing me definitely need my hemp Nutrition today great for recovery, plenty of amnio acids, Omega healthy fats and protein and the CBD oil to finish off to bring any inflammation down, what more could you want ???????? hempmilk #hempprotein #hempoilcbd
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