Ingredients: Hulled Raw Hemp Seeds
Shelf Life: 12 months from the date of manufacture.
Usage: Sprinkle Hemp Hearts on salads, yogurt or blend them into Smoothies or make Hemp Milk, add them into a morning breakfast bowl like an Oat meal or Cereal, or even on a Lunch bowl like Dals, Sabzis or Khichdi. Before long they’ll be a staple food in our pantry!
Shelling the hemp seed reveals the most nutritious and tender part of the seed: the heart. Hemp Hearts are ready to eat right out of the bag and have a slightly nutty taste, similar to sunflower seeds or pine nuts. Indus hemp hearts offer nutrition seekers a simple and delicious ingredient that adds plant protein and nutrients to any recipe or meal. This easily digestible protein content has amino acids in a perfect ratio for a healthy nutrition. You can sprinkle them on salads, noodles dishes and vegetables stir-fry or add them into our morning breakfast bowl, make a protein smoothie or hemp milk.
Contains no additives or preservatives. Store in a cool & dry place away from direct sunlight. Refrigerate after opening.
Recommended to do a patch test prior to usage. In case of any allergy or irritation caused by this product, discontinue use & consult a medical practitioner.
With a rich, nutty taste and an amazing versatility, Indus Hemp Hearts are a fabulous way to be an important part of any meal and a change to our lifestyle! These amazing little seeds have been shelled that gives the hemp nut a creamy and softer bite without the crunchy fibre of the outer part of the seed - the hard shell. Each serving of Hemp Hearts offers a complete source of 10gms of plant protein, 12gms of Omegas 3 & 6 and all 9 essential amino acids.
Eating a few tablespoons of Hemp Hearts daily helps lower LDL cholesterol levels. Hemp Hearts are high in protein and minerals like potassium, magnesium, iron, and zinc. They're also one of the top sources of vitamin A & E, an antioxidant that protects cell membranes from daily wear and tear.
Indus Hemp takes only the freshest, highest quality of Hemp hearts from field to shelf.