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Hemp seed sales are on the rise. The seeds taste delicious, are highly nutritious yet come with a whiff of illegality.

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And there’s no question about it that cannabis seeds are the best natural source of plant-based protein that you might come across today. This is why since the 17 th century, farmers have been using marijuana seed mash to provide nutrition for their livestock – that is, before it became illegal.

A diet rich in cannabis seeds have been known to help loose or gain weight. Does this sound confusing or counter-intuitive?

No High – But a World of Health Benefits

Shelled cannabis seeds can be sprinkled on all kinds of foods like hummus, salads, yogurt, quinoa, smoothies, etc. you can even press raw seeds for oil, grind them up into a nice flour or make a protein supplement out of them by mixing in your favourite peanut butter snack or protein shake.

But there is a silver lining and a big, glaring one at that: consuming marijuana seeds offers a host of health and nutritional benefits, namely their protein and omega fatty acid content. In fact, this nutrition is second to none when it comes to plant-derived foods.

If you’ve ever wondered so as to whether marijuana seeds are even edible to begin with – yes, they are – and you don’t have to worry about going on a trip. In fact, Canada has already legalised shelled hemp seeds which can be added to food. They taste rather oily and many have described them as tasting like sunflower seeds.