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Healthy Hemp Seed Bundle

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While CBD has been getting all the attention lately, many often miss the other incredibly healthy product that comes from hemp: The seeds! Hemp seeds, which are actually little nuts, are considered a superfood packed with nutrients like:

  • Allergen-free and easily-digestible plant-based protein
  • Dietary fiber
  • Oil rich in Omega fats
  • Anti-oxidants like Vitamin E
  • B-vitamins
  • Essential minerals, such as zinc, iron, copper, and manganese

In this bundle you get to save 15% when you try (or stock up!) on the three main ways to enjoy hemp seeds:

  • Queen of Hearts Hemp Hearts (12 oz bag): Hemp hearts are shelled hemp seeds that have a buttery texture and mild nutty flavor. They’re excellent on oatmeal, yogurt, salads, and a variety of other dishes. This is the most common way to eat hemp seeds
  • Humming Hemp Protein Powder (16 oz bag): Hemp protein powder is great in smoothies and for adding a nutritional boost to baked goods.
  • Queen of Hearts Hemp Seed Oil (16.9 oz bottle): Hemp seed oil goes well in smoothies and as a salad dressing or drizzle over hummus or pesto, among many other foods. It’s a fantastic source of Omega fats, especially Omega-3, and is considered a healthier source of this essential fat compared to fish and flax. Many folks take hemp seed oil daily as a supplement.

This bundle is a must-have for the health-conscious eater and makes a great gift for the wellness junky in your life!

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FDA Disclaimer

The FDA has not approved this product to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should consult your doctor before starting any new dietary supplement, including herbal supplements such as hemp extract. Ask your doctor about correct dosing and any possible drug interactions, especially if you have been advised against eating grapefruit.