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  1. Hemp Oil
  2. Hemp Seed
  3. Hemp Omega
  4. Hemp Protein
  5. Hemp Skin Care
  6. Medicinal Mushrooms

Hemp Oil

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Hemp Omega

What are Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids?

There are many kinds of fats, but only two kinds of essential fats: Omega 3 (n-3 or w3) and omega 6 (n-6 or w6), both of which are unsaturated fats.

Each EFA is turned into several derivatives by the body. All other fats, such as Omega 9 (monounsaturated), Omega 7, and saturated fat, are non-essentials as the body produces them from sugars and starches.

Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids are necessary for survival. The problem is that the human organism cannot manufacture them or refine them from any other part of the diet, making it necessary to get EFA’s from an outside food source.

Why do people need Omega 3 & 6 Fatty Acids?

Cellular communication is highly dependent on the lipid (fat) constituents of cells. EFA’s work to:

  • Form all cell membranes and regulate vital cell activity.
  • Enhance nervous system development.
  • Enhance thermo genesis, build muscle, prevent muscle break down, and speed recovery from fatigue.
  • Make hormone-like eicosanoids that regulate immune and inflammatory responses.
  • Lower abnormally high levels of blood pressure and triglycerides.
  • Make the neurotransmitter serotonin.
  • Help keep mood and energy up.
  • Suppress appetite.
  • Regulate organs and glands.
  • Improve cognitive function and emotional health.
  • Help to prevent heart disease and the complications of heart attack.
  • Lessen the mortality rate after heart attack
  • Regulate oxygen use, electron transportation and energy production.
  • Help make the lubricants that allow joints to move effectively.
  • Help transport cholesterol in the blood.
  • Help to generate electrical currents and keep the heart rate regular.
  • Help immune function in fighting infection.
  • Help to balance the immune system and prevent allergies.
  • Ensure proper nerve transmission especially in the memory and concentration areas of the brain.
  • Ensure adequate bone formation and repair.
  • Normalize lipid levels, lower blood pressure and improve glucose metabolism.
  • Help skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
  • Regulate gene expression and inhibit tumor growth.
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Medicinal Mushrooms

What is health? Is it the absence of disease? Is it function? Is it the body working efficiently? What does it take to remain in a healthy state? Why are we not healthy every day of our lives? These are questions asked of us each and every day. Health is something you are in possession of until you have ill health or diminished function. Due to the many thousands of toxins in our environment, the unrelenting stress that befalls us and the ongoing battle of consuming foods that do not adequately supply the body with the nutrient it needs, we end up chasing health rather than owning it.

Have you ever lost a relative, friend, a work associate or read about someone who died from an illness? It is in and of itself, a terrible feeling. Do you know someone who had to deal with the awful pain of realizing that they couldn’t save someone? The scientific field and the research and development field are rolling out daily alerts: vital nutrients are lost in our food supply, the environment is toxic, and getting worse with chronic illness increasing at an alarming rate. Our health care system is now a sickness care system with the cost rising beyond our ability to sustain it. The systems of our bodies are unable to fight and win the battle of health!

You probably have noticed that many of the food nutrients that were once present in our daily diet are now missing. We have mass production of food, but the eventual harvest is missing nutrients of health. Our fruits and vegetables are picked green (green harvesting), packaged green and then gassed so they appear ripened. The diet of today is full of processed foods and increased levels of unhealthy sugars and food additives which interfere with biochemical reactions of health. The human body is working overtime to combat the enemies to health and longevity. The human body has the ability to obtain and maintain health but it requires whole foods complete with a wide array of nutrients to complete this task.

What if you could supplement your daily diet with proteins comprised of amino acids linked together to form proteins that connected the outside environment of the cell to the inside of the cell? What if, as these cells bumped into each other, they transferred information until a relay of information from the food you just ate reached its final destination ( DNA)? You would then be in the realm of health. Well, the super food needed to accomplish this task is in the form of mushrooms! Not just any mushrooms. Not the supermarket variety you are so familiar with. There are approximately 2,000 types of mushrooms that have medicinal potential! This class of mushrooms has been termed “Medicinal Mushrooms” Medicinal mushrooms have been used as herbs, tonics, and food for thousands of years. When eaten as a whole food they have been tested to have little to no side effects and therefore have been "grandfathered in" as generally regarded as safe (GRAS).

Whole food mushrooms supply the body with an antioxidant enzymatic transport system, transporting antioxidants throughout the body to points of stress. Whole food mushrooms improve oxygen delivery to the cells, increasing energy levels and mental clarity. Whole food mushrooms contain approximately 4,000 separate proteins, vitamins, minerals, organometalic catalysts as well as organic molecules and dietary fiber. All of this is provided in the correct ratio because it is a live food! Whole food mushrooms eaten regularly maintain healthy bodily functions, increasing your quality of life.

Hemp Protein What if the properties of these amazing mushrooms were combined with the most vigorous protein in the plant kingdom? Hemp protein was commonly used as a food source in China dating back to 1500 BC. Amazingly, one kilo of hemp seed would provide all the nutrition a human would need to survive for a month!

Hemp seeds provide the most complete protein of any plant, and contain all of the amino acids used by the human organism AS WELL AS a high level and perfect 3:1 ratio of Omega fatty acids (which may reduce inflammation and food cravings and improve circulation!), along with GLA and dietary fiber. Thirty grams of hemp protein contains 8 grams of fiber as well as antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll while delivering no sugar, transfats, chloresterol or THC. Of the three common types of protein found in the human body, two, albumin and globulin (edestin), are found in hemp. Hemp protein is free of oligosaccharides which can upset the digestive tract. There are no known allergies to hemp protein.

The efficacy of the medicinal mushrooms combined with the properties of hemp protein is what Nature's Ancient Wisdom's formulators have strived to bring to market. Enjoy the sense of positive well-being that can enhance your daily life with the first of The Hemp Network's line of natural products.

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