Hemp seeds are incredibly rich in essential minerals, including magnesium and phosphorus for bone health, zinc to help support the immune system, and iron for oxygenating the blood.
Hemp seeds are crunchier than hemp hearts. They also pack more nutrients.
Loaded with protein, fiber and omega-3fatty acids, they’re tasty on salads, in baked goods, and more. Plus, toasted hemp seeds are super crunchy, which makes them a great healthy alternative to croutons.
With their shells still intact, toasted hemp seeds offer a much different hemp eating experience than do hulled seeds.
Toasted hemp seeds are crunchy by nature, thanks to their shells, and this makes these seeds high in fiber. With a whisper of the Himalayan Salt, it promises uncompromised taste too.
Boosts Energy Levels
Improves Cardio Vascular Health
Aids with Digestion
Helps with Skin Disorders
Good for Hair & Nails
Helps Muscle Repair & Growth
Packed with protein, hemp seeds are ideal for people following a Paleo/ Keto diet or trying to reduce their carb intake.
Cure by Design’s whole hemp seeds are also suitable for those following a vegetarian, vegan or raw food
The Omega-6 fatty acids in hemp seeds regulate metabolism, help brain function, maintain bone health, and stimulate skin and hair growth.
As a natural appetite suppressant, adding hemp seed to your meals can reduce your food cravings and help you feel full longer
Whole hemp seeds contain 10 to 15 percent fiber, which aids in constipation and promotes digestive regularity.
Cure by Design’s products are:
No Artificial Colours or Flavour
How to Use:
To preserve the omega oils and natural goodness, hemp seeds are best used in raw recipes or cooked at low temperatures.
Hemp seeds can be enjoyed right off the pack.
Hulled hemp seeds are delectable sprinkled over muesli or cereals, porridge, compote or fruit salad, and superfood ‘wake-up’ bowls.
Pop a tablespoon or two into protein shakes and green or fruit smoothies. Add extra flavour and nutrition to fresh salads and raw foods.
These Seed are great with dips; in rice paper rolls and sushi; and in wraps, crepes or burgers.
Combine with chopped nuts and other raw seeds before serving over roasted veggies, stir-fries, pasta, rice dishes or any savory recipe before serving.
Check our packaging for a special recipe!