Hemp Hearts


Little hemp seeds full of protein great for adding to any snack or meal.

Net weight: 12 oz

Our Hemp is obtained from Canada where they have a history of harvesting the most nutrient-dense hemp seed.

Consume our hemp seed with chia pudding or as topper to any food or salad.


It’s simple: protein and omegas!

Hemp foods are rich in protein (36%!) and have all 10 essential amino acids. If that wasn’t enough, hemp seeds also contain magnesium, fiber, iron, zinc, and phosphorous.

They also contain omega-3, omega-6, stearidonic acid (SDA), and the rare omega-6 Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA). What’s so great about GLA? Well, GLA has been shown to help with cholesterol levels, inflammation, skin and hair health, balancing hormones, and general heart health.

  • Excellent 3:1 balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which promotes cardiovascular health.
  • High in gamma linolenic acid (GLA), an essential omega-6 fatty acid found in borage oil and egg yolks that has been proven to naturally balance hormones.
  • A perfect protein that contains all 20 amino acids, but also each of the 9 essential amino acids that our bodies cannot produce.
  • Rich in soluble and un-soluble fiber which naturally cleanses the colon and reduces sugar cravings.


(per 100 grams)

Calcium (145mg)

Iron (14mg)

Phosphorus (1160mg)

Magnesium (483mg)

Manganese (7mg)

Potassium (859mg)

Zinc  (7mg)


(per 100 grams)

Vitamin B2 (0.11 mg)

Vitamin B3(2.8 mg)

Vitamin A (3800 IU mg)

Vitamin B1 (0.4mg)

Vitamin B6 (0.12 mg)

Vitamin D (22.77.5 IU mg)

Vitamin E (90 mg IU mg)

Because it’s an omega-6 fatty acid, people get tripped up because we’ve been told ad nauseam that omega-6 fatty acids are bad for us and that an imbalanced omega-3/6 ratio is one of leading causes of disease in America today. Granted, most people don’t consume enough omega-3’s, but that’s not because naturally occurring omega-6s are bad for you.

The problem is that Americans consume too many processed and fast foods made with commercial vegetable oils, which are laden with omega-6’s. If everyone only ate fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds no one would ever have an omega-3/6 ratio out of whack.  What’s the bottom line? You should boost your natural omega-3 intake, limit your vegetable oil consumption and enhance your omega-6’s with GLA-rich foods like hemp seeds.


According to the American Cancer Society, some researchers are providing evidence that many people with cancer, diabetes and skin allergies do not make enough GLA and could benefit from supplementation.

In addition to helping cancer drugs work better, studies have actually shown that GLA can slow or stop cancer as a standalone treatment

GLA and GLA-rich foods like hemp seeds have also been observed to help people with:


Breast pain

Diabetes and diabetic neuropathy

Heart disease

High blood pressure

Multiple sclerosis


Premenstrual syndrome

Rheumatoid arthritis

Skin allergies

Further beneficial properties of Hemp are:

PMS Support

Arthritic support

Weight loss

Digestive health


Heart Health

Non GMO / Certified Organic / Vegan / Gluten-Free

Store in cool dry place.