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Therefore, although a person is very unlikely to test positive on a drug test from eating hemp seeds, those who are recovering from cannabis addiction—with a goal of avoiding all exposure to THC— may want to avoid eating the whole hemp seeds, and opt for hemp hearts instead.

Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) is cultivated for making a wide range of products including foods, health products, fabric, rope, natural remedies, and much more. The various parts of the hemp plant are used to make different products.

The seeds of hemp are edible and are considered highly nutritious with a high concentration of soluble and insoluble fiber, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids for heart health and skin health.

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Hemp oil is used in foods for its high level of healthy nutrients such as:

They are high in insoluble and soluble fiber, rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) which has been linked in studies to many health benefits, offers a healthy balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.   Note that hemp hearts have had the fibrous shell removed and, thus, are lower in fiber and other nutrients than whole hemp seeds.

According to RX List, taking whole hemp by mouth can cause many side effects including:  

Hemp seeds can be eaten raw, roasted, or cooked with other foods. Hempseed oil has been used as food or made into medicine for thousands of years in China.

Enhances Digestive Health The protein found in this product is similar to that in the blood. Since it gets digested easily, it is given to people with digestive problems. Omega-3 & 6 fatty acids in Hemp oil produce eicosanoids, which control the production of digestive hormones and juices, aiding in digestive system health and proper functioning.

Hemp Oil Side Effects Hemp Oil does not have very serious side effects. Some people fear that it might cause the “high” feeling. Still, others have reservations about its legality, considering that its cousin (Marijuana) is illegal in most jurisdictions.

Hemp Oil Benefits For Pain The cannabidiol (CBD) present in Hemp Oil is popular for the treatment and management of pain. In fact, doctors have in the recent past recommended it in place of the usual painkillers. It is also recommended for use by those suffering from severe pains. As much as CBD is yet to be approved by the United States Food & Drug Administration as a remedy for medical conditions, it has been acclaimed all over the world for the achievements of relieving and actually curing various forms of pain. It is easy to use, yet extremely effective in the treatment and management of both normal and chronic pain.

Fights Inflammation And Boosts Immunity GLA in this product and the Omega-3 fats boost immunity as well as curb inflation. It also aids in inflammation because of its plant-based protein products. The Omega-3s help to strengthen the immune system and prevent illnesses and diseases.

Boosts Hair Growth The lipids found in Hemp Oil make your hair shiny, strong, and voluminous by adding moisture and strength to it. The weak hair is also strengthened by making it thicker. Also, they aid in the growth of new hair as well as help boost virgin growth and restoration and strengthening of the hairlines. Further, they help relieve dandruff, itching, and dryness of the scalp as well as treat scalp psoriasis by moisturizing and soothing it.