Our ancestors fed largely on products with a high concentration of living macromolecules, such as buds, roots, seeds, nuts and fruits, and tubers or leaves. We are genetically adapted to this original way of eating. Part of optimal nutrition are certainly seeds including hemp seeds. They contain vital substances in their original form as a symphony of nutrients with a synergy effect. That is, the interaction of different factors is greater than the sum of individual actions.
Nowadays, many people suffer from energy deficiency, are exhausted and feel chronic fatigue. Primary seeds, including hemp, transmit to us their life force, which we receive in the form of increased levels of energy, creativity, assertiveness and vigor. Ecological superfoods give us the strength and willingness to try to leave the world a better place and thus do something for the public. Move the world at its core.
Seeds are actually a concentrated life-forced essence of life, a concentrate of super nutrients. It is from the seed that a new life is born. It is in it that the genetic pattern of the future plant is contained, nutrients that, together with
with earth, sunlight and rain they will form roots, stem, leaves and flowers, and it is for this reason that more important vital substances are contained in the seeds than in the plant itself.
Frequent consumption of hemp seeds is great for people with skin problems, because they reduce ailments. They also improve memory and digestion, cleanse the intestines, strengthen bones and the immune system, and have anti-cancer effects. They stimulate self-healing abilities, regenerate the body at the cellular level, prevent cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and also fight inflammation.
Let’s introduce them to our menu today!
Try the recipe for:
VEGAN HEMP CHEESE
- 1 cup shelled hemp seeds
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 3 tablespoons lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons almond or soy milk
- 2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill
HOW TO PREPARE:
Place the cannabis seeds in a food processor. Add the garlic and lemon juice and stir. Blend the seeds until they form into a dense, shiny mass. Add milk, dill and salt. Blend into a smooth creamy cheese.