Organic hemps seeds

Source of nutrients and energy

POWDER Nothing But Plants®

Organic hemps seeds
Source of nutrients and energy

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Hemps seeds 250 g
Made in France | Ref. IH70

16,00 €


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Ingredients: Organic hemps seeds

Organic shelled hemp seeds (Cannabis sativa L.).


This product does not contain allergens (in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011) nor genetically modified organisms.


per 100 g
2519 kJ/ 608 kcal
51 g
5,6 g
8,7 g
35 g
5,3 g
2,2 g
1,9 g
31 g
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Description: Organic hemps seeds

Health claims

Iron contributes to the normal function of the immune system.

Iron contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.


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Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) has been cultivated for thousands of years to obtain fibre and as a food. The seeds are an important source of nutrients and energy as they have a high content of proteins and mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega 3, 6 and 9).

Hemp seeds also contain fibre, vitamins A, D and E and minerals where potassium, magnesium and iron are of special importance: 100 g of our seeds provide 77% of the NRV* of iron!

Our hulled hemp seeds come from organically farmed land and contain a high percentage of protein of vegetable origin (32%) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (41%), making it a natural and healthy way of enriching your diet.

*NRV: Nutrient Reference Values.


Hemp (Cannabis sativa L. family Cannabaceae) is native to Central Asia. It is an annual herb, with palmately compound leaves and a straight stalk which can grow to 3 m high (1).

The fibre extracted from its stalks is used to produce fabrics and different types of paper such as cigarette paper or tea bags (2). The varieties of Cannabis sativa cultivated to obtain fibre (hemp) are included in the subspecies sativa and have less secretory hair in the female inflorescence region than the indica subspecies (1).



Hemp has been an important source of fibre and food for thousands of years. Thus, consumption of both hemp seeds as well as oil, is in documents from China dated over 3000 years ago (2) and its use was also mentioned in ancient Egyptian texts such as the Ebers papyrus (1600 B.C.) or the Berlin papyrus (1300 B.C.) (3).

Today it is cultivated mainly for its edible seeds and its fibre (4). Countries such as Great Britain, France and Spain are the main producers of hemp (3). Finally, another interesting application of hemp is its use as bio-fuel.


Hemp seeds are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (41%) and proteins (32%). They also contain fibre (2%) and mono-unsaturated fatty acids (5%).

Regarding their protein content, the main proteins in hemp seeds are albumin and edestin, proteins that provide the essential amino acids that the organism cannot synthesise. In conjunction, the proteins of the hemp seeds are of a high quality and their amino acid profile is comparable to that of the proteins in egg whites and soya. One should also highlight its high content of the amino acid arginine (2).

Also, hemp seeds contain vitamins (A and E) and minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron.

  • Product Name: Hemp seeds (from organic farming).
  • Scientific name: Cannabis sativa L.
  • Part used: Shelled seeds


In traditional Chinese medicine, hemp seeds were known as “huó má rén” and they were believed to act on the stomach, spleen and large bowel meridians* (5).

Today, the high nutritional values of the hemp seeds and their content in proteins and polyunsaturated fatty acids especially, make these seeds an important source of energy. Also, the ratio for fatty acids omega 6/ omega 3 is approximately 3:1, a proportion recommended for a healthy diet (3).

*According to traditional Chinese medicine, there is a network of channels (meridians) in the body that connects all the organs, tissues and cells.


Hulled hemp seed can be consumed as they are, like a snack, or mixed in salads, vegetable purées, yoghurt...


The health properties of hemp seeds are due mainly to their content of polyunsaturated fatty acids and proteins (2). Thus, in an initial study to evaluate the effect of the hemp seed proteins, it was found that they could have an immunomodulator effect and anti-fatigue (6).

On the other hand, thanks to their high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, hemp seeds can be potentially useful as they inhibit cholesterol intake and can reduce the cytotoxicity of amyloid beta peptide (7).


  1. Cannabis sativa. G. Renobales & J. Sallés Plantas de interés farmacéutico. 2001
  2. Hempseed as a nutritional resource: An overview. Callaway. Euphytica. 2004. 140: 65-72.
  3. The cardiac and haemostatic effects of dietary hempseed. Rodríguez-Leyva and Pierce Nutr Metab (Lond).2010. 7:32.
  4. Hemp. Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopaedia. Encyclopedia Britannica. 2019
  5. Cannabis in medical practice: A legal, historical and pharmacological overview of the therapeutic use of marijuana. Mathre ML. 1st Edition. Mc Farland, 1997.
  6. Initial study of Hemp seeds protein on antifatigue and the immunomodulation effects in mice. Li et al. Wei Sheng Yan Jiu. 2008. 37(2): 175-8.
  7. The effects of hempseed meal intake and linoleic acid on Drosophila models of neurodegenerative diseases and hypercholesterolemia. Lee et al. Mol Cells. 2011. 31(4): 337–342.
Updated on 2022/01/13

Use: Organic hemps seeds


Shelled hemp seed can be consumed as they are, like a snack or mixed in meals.


Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.

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