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Hemp oil

Post by stillfighting » Sun Aug 12, 2012 8:08 pm

Was wondering if anyone tried it? It is high in omega 3's. Has the GLA.. it really looks a lot like what we need. I am not talking about the stuff made from weed. I am talking about what comes from the vitamin store.
I know many of take flax and fish oil. It looks like to me this stuff would make a great addition to get the good fats we need.
Any input..

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Re: Hemp oil

Post by jimmylegs » Mon Aug 13, 2012 4:50 am

a true lol :D
not a fan of hemp oil - ie the salad dressing variety - myself, but that's just personal preference.
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Re: Hemp oil

Post by stillfighting » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:24 am

Then your a fan of the other type? Do you have success with it? Have you tried the other without success?

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Post by jimmylegs » Mon Aug 13, 2012 8:12 am

neither, actually. i'm just a foodie, it's not a case of chronic munchies ;)
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Post by dez2000 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 3:50 pm

Food hemp is one of the most nutritious plants for animal and humans. It has over 200 uses. Some states are now allowing the farming of it. Until now Canada was the only grower in north America. Ebay is my source right now for products and seed for growing and consuming. Make sure if you are planting or using it that is not pasteurized or microwaved. Why it was banned after WWII I do not know. Could have been competition for our farmers or trees harvested for the making of paper. Dairy cows do very well with it. Many health supplements are made from Hemp.
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Re: Hemp oil

Post by jackthetab » Mon Apr 08, 2013 10:43 am

I do not take hemp oil myself, but do enjoy hemp seeds from Nutiva.
Some people have had some poor quality seeds from them, but I am fairly satisfied. Are hemp seeds a good way to get added nutrition and quality levels of zince, copper, magnesium, omega's and phosphorus?

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Re: Hemp oil

Post by hannakat » Mon Feb 03, 2014 10:27 am

Ahh...I'd love more information on hemp oil and MS and was hoping to find it here.

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Re: Hemp oil

Post by Stillhaha » Sun Mar 09, 2014 8:06 am

Sometimes I eat hemp seeds blended into a smoothie...decent stuff I buy mail order.

I kind of want to try cannabis oil once I make it back to California, hopefully later this year. The protocol with that begins with a rice-grain sized amount once daily and increases steadily. It involves lots of bed rest.

I also have some legal liquid hemp oil, also from VitaCost.com that I never touch. Limiting myself to only one source of fat per day seems to help me. Fat takes a lot of energy to digest.
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Re: Hemp oil

Post by jerrygallow » Wed Mar 12, 2014 8:09 pm

I bought some and started taking it. But I noticed more allergies. I am usually allergic to grasses in the spring. So I wonder if something like that could aggravate my allergies? I do like the taste better than flax

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