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Why do we find Hemp so intriguing?
Hemp absorbs 4 times the amount of carbon when compared to forests
The Deep roots of hemp absorb harmful chemicals from the soil & restore the fertility
Hemp Seeds are a protein powerhouse with all 9 essential amino acids
Hemp stems yield the strongest natural fibre, & also require less water & pesticides in comparison
A champion in sustainability - Every part of hemp ; the leaves, flowers, seeds and stems, finds its application in various industries
Hemp Seeds are an excellent plant based source for Omega 3 fatty acids & have the perfect balance of Omega 3 and Omega 6
At Hemptyful, we instantly fell in love with hemp, upon discovering the nutritional powers of its seeds. Our goal is to deliver hemp seed based health & nutrition products to our consumers, who can derive the maximum benefits of our favourite superfood. We ensure each of our products are completely plant based, and scientifically crafted to enable India to embrace this new ingredient.
We aim to develop indigenous cultivars of Industrial Hemp, thus forming a launch pad for the Indian Hemp Revolution. With such a strong foundation, we aspire to create the largest value in and enable exponential expansion of the Industrial Hemp Ecosystem. Relentless focus on Research, Sustainability and Awareness will be our driving principles to hempower India, right from the Indian Farming Community up to the end consumers. We strongly believe hemp will play a major role in building a sustainable future and we wish to champion this transition process.
Why Hemp Hearts are more versatile than Raw Hemp Seeds
Hemp hearts, are obtained by removing the hard outer shell of hemp seeds. The terms hemp heart and hemp seed are used interchangeably, but there
Minerals in Hemp
Hemp seeds contain a lot of nutrients. These seeds, which are a part of the hemp plant, are technically a nut that can be eaten
Sustainability of hemp cultivation
For thousands of years, humans have cultivated and utilized the wild hemp plants for food, medicine, and fabrics. Hemp is possibly one of the oldest