Why Hemp


Industrial Hemp farming is completely sustainable. Not only does it not require fertilizer or pesticides but its root system helps prevent soil erosion, removes toxins, and aerates the soil. Yes that's right, it replenishes the earth!  Hemp is  a carbon negative raw material known to have over 50,000 different uses.


Hemp seeds are one of the most nutritious super foods on the planet. One of nature’s best sources of essential nutrients, they contain all 20 amino acids, Omega 3, 6 and 9 essential fatty acids, as well as the hard to get Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA). This tiny seed, rich in dietary fiber and easily digestible protein, is perfect for those looking to add nutrition to their daily diet or be free of gluten, sugar, milk, nuts and meat.  

Nature’s most perfectly balanced oil.  Cold pressed unrefined hemp seed oil has been labelled “Nature’s most perfectly balanced oil” due to it’s ideal 3:1 Omega 6 to Omega 3 essential fatty acids ratio, the balance required by the human body. Obtained by pressing hemp seeds, hemp seed oil has a green tint and a rich nutty flavor with  less saturated fat (8%) than any other natural oil. It has more omega-3 than fish and without toxins such as mercury. 

Hemp protein is a natural plant-based complete protein. Primarily comprised of edestin and albumin, hemp protein is the most easily digestible and usable source of protein .


Hemp seed oil is one of the world’s richest sources of polyunsaturated fats and essential fatty acids (EFAs) making it an excellent natural emollient that moisturizes the skin and hair. Moreover, the anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties protect and heal problematic skin such as acne, oily complexion, eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis .

Did you know ? Natural cosmetics and body care items were among the first grown–in–Canada products to be made widely available to the North American public.


Hemp seed oil has been used for many years to improve animals skin and coat health due to its high concentraion of essential fatty acids (EFAs). However, recent research has shown that EFAs play an important role in other areas of body function, such as controlling inflammation, reducing allergy symptoms and joint pain, and improving organ function.