What not to eat if you are consuming hemp oil

Did you know that in order to take advantage of the effects of hemp oil, you have to give up certain foods because otherwise their effect on health is exactly the opposite?

Hemp oil, which we use as a supplement to meals, is not a problem, as it is consumed similarly to any other oil. However, as soon as we calculate that we will improve our health with hemp oil, things are not so simple.

It is best to completely eliminate all animal proteins from your diet. This means that you should not eat any meat.

White flour, sugar beet sugar (sugar cane sugar is allowed, stevia, if 100% is even recommended), cheeses, milk and all dairy products are also strictly forbidden when consuming hemp oil.

According to many nutritionists, all this is food for cancer cells.

However, rye bread (not the one from the store, where rye flour is sometimes less than half), fresh fruit and fresh vegetables go well with hemp oil.

Otherwise, it is good to know a few things about cannabis:

More than 20,000 medicines, cosmetics and nutritional supplements have been made from hemp. With the legalization of cannabis, most of this can be done at home in a more controlled way (at least as far as nutritional supplements are concerned), healthier and with known ingredients.

Hemp seed is rich in minerals, fiber and minerals. It has a lot of gamma-linolenic acid GLA, which is considered an extremely rare and nutritious component, which is found only in breast milk. In addition, the largest source of fatty acids is omega-3 and omega-6, and it also has a lot of vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, D and E.

There is growing evidence that natural hemp oil with a high THC content greatly alleviates the effects of chemotherapy, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, depression and even eczema.

It is probably clear to many now that cannabis can only help with health if you become a consistent vegetarian. Anyone who is unable to do so can justifiably doubt the healing effects of cannabis.

And that’s why hemp isn’t to blame

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