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The health benefits of eating cannabis seeds revealed

You've probably read that buying cannabis seeds is not illegal. Growing the plant is not a good idea as you could end up with a charge of Possession With Intent To Supply. Thankfully, the seeds can be purchased without any legal troubles because they can be used as part of your regular diet. Cannabis seeds are a superfood, and the slightly nutty flavour they produce can be incorporated into lots of dishes. You can eat the seeds whole or shelled. Whole seeds provide more fibre, but the cockles can get caught in your teeth. They're also a little cheaper than shelled seeds. There are many health benefits and lots of ways you can include marijuana seeds in your diet.

Superfoods

Superfoods are nutritionally dense, so they're good for your health. Food like aca, blueberries, kale and salmon are examples of superfoods. There's some debate over how many there are, with some people listing 50. Each list contains food like dark leafy greens, that's packed with folate, zinc, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamin C and fibre, and berries, that's full of vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants.

Health benefits

Cannabis is a rich source of Omega-3. The fatty acids found in fish oils are also found in cannabis seeds. They're crucial for organ health, but humans can't produce Omega-3 naturally. Seeds also enhance brain functions, so they help prevent the onset of some mental illnesses, including dementia. They're also rich in vitamin A, and minerals like iron, sodium and zinc.

Heart health

Keeping your heart healthy should be a health goal we all have. The Omega-3 in the seeds helps to lower blood pressure, which reduces the risk of stroke. It also increases your cardiovascular functions overall. The arginine found in marijuana seeds causes blood vessels to dilate and relax. This helps to lower blood pressure which leads to a lower risk of a heart attack.

Controlling weight

If you're looking to gain weight, add them to whatever food you're eating. You won't notice much change in flavour. When you consume the seeds, your neurobiological circuits that control appetite, temporarily increase, so you'll want to consume more food. If you want to add weight, give into it. If you're interested in losing weight, cannabis seeds can also help.

Consuming marijuana seeds can help you stay fit and healthy as they're packed with minerals, vitamins, nutrients and protein. They help your body regulate insulin while managing caloric intake efficiently. Although cannabis seeds can help you lose weight, they're not the only answer if you're struggling to shed the pounds. A balanced diet is a key, along with the right amount of exercise.

Diabetes

Researchers at the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC)have carried out studies that suggest cannabis's impact on insulin levels could make it very beneficial for diabetes sufferers. According to their research, marijuana stabilises blood sugars, improves circulation and lowers blood pressure. Lowering your blood pressure also lowers your chances of having a stroke or a heart attack.

Anxiety

Cannabis consumption helps relax your muscles, which allows you to control your nervous system. If you're prone to bouts of depression or you experience anxiety regularly, add marijuana seeds to your diet.

Consuming the seeds

Now you're aware of the health benefits, how do you include them in your diet? You can eat seeds straight from the bud or cook them (shelled or unshelled) and receive all the health benefits outlined above. Making a meal out of them makes them a little tastier. You could try roasting them and then adding them to a snack. You can bake with them, or you can crush them up and add to a salad. The choice is yours.

Vegan or vegetarian

If you're vegan or vegetarian, you will need to incorporate protein into your diet. You might snack on cheese, take supplements or eat eggs to get protein. Adding cannabis seeds to your diet could save you from consuming the same protein-rich foods. For meat eaters, Marijuana seeds offer a low-fat, low-carb alternative to meat.

Where to buy

You'll probably be surprised by the amount of choice online. If you're unsure what to buy, seek our user reviews ratings or read blogs on the seller's website to get a better idea of the different seeds on offer at the moment.

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