$ 17.99
Qty available: -16 SKU: CMJ-HH-1LB

Our 1-lb bag of Cousin Mary Jane Hemp Hearts has approximately 15-servings.

Hemp Hearts are the center of the hemp seeds. The outside shell has been removed providing a soft texture, similar to a pine nut or sesame seed. This functional, nutrient dense food has a delicate nutty flavor.

Add 3 tablespoons to your meal for 10g of a complete protein.

  • Non-GMO, Raw, Vegan, Vegetarian, Paleo, Macro Friendly Dieting
  • Gluten Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Corn Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free
  • Excellent Omegas Source
  • Complete Plant Based Protein, Functional Food
  • Easy to Eat!

MAXIMUM NUTRITION, MINIMUM CONSUMPTION

Hemp Hearts lend themselves to just about any food dish and can be used in sweet or savory recipes to boost nutrition and flavor. Eat them right from the bag as a snack. Add three (3) tablespoons of these delicious gems to salads, prepared vegetables, oatmeal, cereal, on top of pasta, soups, and smoothies to get 10g of a complete protein source that's loaded with omegas, iron, magnesium and more. If you have a picky eater, the mild flavor will allow you to hide them in their meal.

Excellent source of plant protein which contains 18 amino acids, including the 9-essential, rich in omegas 3 & 6 providing the essential fatty acids you need for healthful body function. Outstanding source of magnesium, iron and tons of other vitamins & minerals. Hemp seeds are nature's perfect food. Eat at least a serving a day!

Our hemp seeds are organic grown in Canada and fresh hulled for the best in flavor. You will taste the difference!

Refrigeration recommended (not required) to maintain ultimate freshness.

Eating hemp seeds can reduce inflammation in the body, thus reducing ailments cause by inflammatory problems such as joint and muscle pain. Hemp seeds do not carry CBD. The magic is the whole food, plant-based protein nutrition including the omegas and magnesium.

All our products are Gluten Free and packaged in a certified gluten free, peanut free, Kosher facility in Michigan, U.S.A.