Hemp protein is obtained from hemp seeds by extracting hemp oil. It’s a powder that contains at least 20 amino acids which are essential to a human body. However, our bodies do not produce them, so we must get them from food. Including hemp protein into your diet not only allows you to get all the necessary amino acids and maintain a recommended daily protein intake but also reduces sugar cravings and the risk of osteoporosis.
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THE WHOLE PROCESS: FROM SEED TO HEMP PROTEIN
01 Certified seed supply – it all starts with a seed – only certified hemp seeds listed in the EU varieties are placed on the market.
02 Sowing – only certified hemp seeds are used for sowing.
03 Growing – no pesticides or herbicides are used in the growing process.
04 Harvesting – after the crop production authority confirms that the level of THC in the hemp does not exceed 0.2%, hemp seeds can be harvested.
05 Drying– after harvesting hemp seeds, the most important is immediately dried to maintain optimal quality. Then, hemp seeds are dry must be cleaned all poor quality seeds and other impurities.
06 Storage – dried hemp seeds are stored in sealed bags.
07 Milling and screening – hemp cake