Hulled Hemp Seeds 5kg

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You are what you eat.  Hemp is rich in EFAs protein, minerals, complex carbohydrate and fibre.  These things make you feel better, heal better, think better and live better.  Hemp has changed many lives and it may change yours.

Our hulled hemp seeds, like all of our hemp, is grown and processed in Australia and packed in bio-degradable packaging in an allergen-free environment.

Hulled hemp seeds are a raw, vegan-friendlygluten-free source of complete protein, vitamins and minerals.  They are also high in essential fatty acids containing an ideal  3:1 balance of omega 3, 6 &9 GLA for the human body.  These amazing, nutritious treats are a perfect complement to sweet and savoury dishes.

Why Should I Start Eating Hemp Seeds?

1. They are impressively nutritious

Technically a nut, hemp seeds are very nutritious. They have a mild, nutty flavour and are often referred to as hemp hearts.

Hemp seeds contain over 30% fat. They are exceptionally rich in two essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3).  They also contain gamma-linolenic acid, which has been linked to several health benefits for conditions such as arthritis, nerve damage due to diabeteseczema, high blood pressure, and other conditions.

A great protein source, hemp seeds have more than 25% of their total calories are from high-quality protein.  That is considerably more than similar foods like chia seeds and flax seeds, whose calories are 16–18% protein.

Hemp seeds are also an exceptional source of vitamin E and minerals, such as phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulphur, calcium, iron and zinc.

Hemp seeds can be consumed raw, cooked or roasted. Hemp seed oil is also very healthy and has been used as a food and medicine in China for at least 3,000 years.

2. May Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

Heart disease is very common and its well-known diet can play a big part in its cause and treatment.  Hemp helps in another way.  Hemp seeds contain high amounts of the amino acid arginine, which produces nitric oxide in your body.

Nitic oxide is a "vaso-dilator" meaning it causes your blood vessels to relax assisting to lower blood pressure.  In a study of over 13,000 people, a discernible decrease in the C-reactive protein (a marker of heart disease risk) was observable in patients with a higher intake of arginine.

This is backed by studies (here, here and here) showing hemp seeds help assist ALA levels, suggesting they may be useful with hypertension and reducing platelet aggregation.

The more hemp seeds are tested and trialled, the more uses are found.

3. May Relieve Skin Disorders

Studies (here and here) show the importance of the ratio of omega fatty acids in your body.  A 3:1 ratio of omega 3 and omega 6 has been adopted as the ideal balance.  Hemp seeds contain this ideal balance.

Hemp seeds consumed has been shown to cause significant changes in plasma fatty acid profiles and improve clinical symptoms of atopic dermatitis in this study which is backed by many like it.

4. Great Source of Protein

A quarter of the calories in hemp seed come from protein.  By weight, hemp seeds have about the same level of protein found in beef and lamb.  Even better, hemp seeds are considered a complete protein source meaning they contain ALL of the essential amino acids. 

These cannot be produced inside your body and must be obtained through diet making hemp seeds an almost necessity for vegans or vegetarians.

Complete protein sources are very rare in the plant kingdom, as plants often lack the amino acid lysine. Quinoa is another example of a complete, plant-based protein source.  Hemp seeds contain significant amounts of the amino acids methionine and cysteine, as well as very high levels of arginine and glutamic acid.

The digestibility of hemp protein is also very good, better than protein from many grains, nuts and legumes.


We've gone the extra mile and packed these in 100% biodegradable packaging.  The outside is made of craft paper, the inside is Bio Foil (a vegetable gum) and Bio Adhesives are used to put the bags together.  You can dispose of these knowing they aren't going to sit in landfill for thousands of years.