Hemp Plant Parts & Uses
Did you know there's more to the Hemp plant than we see? The Hemp plant is broken down into three key parts: seeds, leaves, and stalks, each with unique uses. Hemp can be used not only for consumption, but as a raw material for products such as paper, ropes, and clothing.
Hemp seeds have endless uses, but they are primarily used for consumption.
Different types of seed consumption use:
- A source of protein, fiber and amino acids.
- Can be eaten whole, roasted or cooked
- Non-dairy Hemp products like milk and cheese.
- Can be pressed to extract oil.
According the USDA 515011 per 100mg:
- Energy - 600kcal
- Protein - 33.33g
- Total Lipid - 50g
- Carbohydrate, by difference 6.67g
- Fiber, total dietary - 3.3g
- Sugars, total including NLEA - 0g
- Calcium, Ca - 0mg
- Iron, Fe - 9mg
- Potassium, K - 800mg
- Sodium, Na - 0mg
- Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid - 0mg
- Vitamin A, IU - 0IU
- Fatty acids, total saturated - 3.33g
- Fatty acids, total trans - 0g
- Cholesterol - 0mg
Hemp Leaves are used in multiple ways, besides being used as a smokeable, like hemp seeds and oil, they can be consumed.
Different types of Leaf consumption methods:
- Juiced into a liquid to blend, cook, or drink.
- Can be eaten raw such as mixed in a salad.
- Dry leaves can be infused in olive oil, coconut oil, and even butter.
Hemp Stalk although not typically used to consume, can be used as a raw material for a wide range of products.
Different types of Hemp Stalk Use:
- Used for clothing, rope, paper
- Used in construction materials
- Used for insulation
- Used in animal bedding
- Used for paper
If theres one thing thats for sure, is that there is not only one single purpose of the hemp plant, and there are a lot of opportunities to include hemp in daily lives.
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