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uses of marijuana seeds

It’s important to distinguish between medicinal cannabis-based products (i.e., CBD oils), and marijuana seeds. The former contains cannabinoids and comes from the leaves, flowers, stems, and stalk of the plant. The latter is consumed purely for their nutritional/health benefits. You will not experience an intoxicating high with cannabis seeds. Please note that these seeds remain illegal in states without a medical or recreational marijuana law.

Most of marijuana’s medicinal properties come from the presence of active cannabinoids and certain terpenes, flavonoids, etc. Since marijuana seeds don’t have cannabinoids, we don’t use them for medicinal/therapeutic purposes.

Most nutritional experts claim that plant-based proteins are healthier and easier for the body to digest than animal-based proteins. A study by Budhathoki et al., published in JAMA in August 2019, compared animal and plant protein consumption.

Final Thoughts: Health Benefits of Eating Cannabis Seeds

You will find hemp seed products in grocery stores and health food outlets. However, marijuana seeds remain classified as a cannabis product. Therefore, their legality depends on where you live. We urge you not to buy them if you don’t live in a legal state. You are better off sticking with hemp seeds in that instance.

However, what they lack in “therapeutic cannabinoids,” they more than make up for in general health and nutritional benefits. Their omega acid and protein content, for example, is nearly second to none in terms of plant-derived foods.

By the way, marijuana seeds are one of the only plant-based food sources that contain every single amino acid required for human survival! Some nutritional gurus claim these seeds are the most “nutritionally complete food source in the world.”

Anyway, let’s take a look at the top five reasons why you should eat marijuana seeds.

Cannabis seeds are also rich in healthy omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. The human body needs both fatty acids for various cellular processes. They lower harmful triglycerides, promote heart health, boost immune activity, improve digestion, are suitable for the brain, and increase physical energy.

The combination of nutrients in cannabis seeds ensures a faster feeling of satiety, increases metabolism, reduces cravings for sweets and increases motivation for training and physical activity. The fats they contain also help burn fat, and the fibre helps to excrete more toxins, making it easier to lose weight.

After a strenuous exercise, the body is often over-acidic. The various minerals and vitamin E in cannabis seeds help to bring the body’s pH back into balance, and the essential fats have anti-inflammatory effects and support the regeneration and healing process of small muscle cells.

Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid found in cannabis seeds and is used in the production of signaling molecules. These molecules promote testosterone levels and the number of sperm in the male body.

Cannabis seed effects

Cannabis seed has a slightly nutty flavor and can be incorporated very well into many dishes.

Cannabis oil is used like olive oil, except for cooking. Cannabis oil has a very low smoke point (165 degrees), which makes it unsuitable for frying.

To eat cannabis seeds shelled or whole?

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This green cannabis seed smoothie serves as a meal, and you can drink it for breakfast or lunch.

You can also drink cannabis seed in the form of cannabis milk. Cannabis milk is a good milk substitute for people who are allergic to it or who are lactose intolerant, and it replaces milk advantageously for those who prefer not to consume it.