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Hemp is a form of the same plant as marijuana that generally has much lower levels of the psychoactive cannabinoid compounds. The seed and seed oil have probably been used for food, cooking, and lamp oil in Asia and North Africa for millennia. Hemp is believed to come from China. The nutty seeds normally have a hard shell which has to be removed to make it edible. Today, in order to be legal in most countries, the seeds must be treated so that they cannot be planted and grown.

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With 6 grams of protein per tablespoon, hemp seeds are richer in protein than beef or fish. Add some hemp seeds to cereal, oatmeal, or yogurt to pack a crunchy, protein punch to your meal.

Hemp oil is also rich in omega-6 and omega-9. These fatty acids aid in heart health and lowering cholesterol.

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Scientists at the University of Kuopio in Finland who studied the effects of hemp seed oil patients with atopic dermatitis (eczema) report “a remarkable reduction in dryness, itching, and an overall improvement in symptoms.”

It’s been used to make everything from paper and rope to clothing and fuel. When refined without its psychotropic chemical–tetrahydrocannabinol or THC–it also makes an excellent nutrition source and health booster. Here’s why:

And, because it’s not harvested from our often mercury-poisoned waters, these omega-3s are mercury free.