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Food, clothing, rope, paper, building materials, animal bedding/herd, plastic, paint, fuel - the list of hemp applications goes go on and on. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods likes to call hemp the "green buffalo" as every part of the plant can be used. Hemp that is grown in Western Canada is primarily used for hemp foods. At the top part of the hemp plant you will find the hard hemp seed. This small seed "seeds" nutritiously delicious products like Hemp Hearts, hemp protein powder, and hemp oil.
Hemp has been around for centuries and has played an instrumental role in shaping our continent. Settlers were given free land if they grew hemp. The Declaration of Independence draft was written on hemp paper. Hemp materials were used in numerous war efforts. Hemp was integrating into modern life until it was 'temporarily' banned due to misconceptions. Yes, hemp is a species of Cannabis sativa. No, hemp is not the same as marijuana.
Hemp contains 0.001% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and will not cause a psychoactive effect nor will their products cause a false positive drug test. Largely thanks to Manitoba Harvest co-founders' advocacy efforts, hemp was demystified and Industrial Hemp was legalized in Canada in 1998. From there an industry was (re)born!
Manitoba Harvest focuses solely on hemp foods. Do you blame them? Hemp foods taste great! Hemp foods have a slightly nutty taste that complements any dish.
Hemp is a sustainable crop that is seeded in late May/early June. Hemp plants grow close together and have large broad leaves. Approximately 120 days after seeding, hemp harvest begins.
Apply to become a Manitoba Harvest Brand Advocate and if selected you'll receive exclusive kits throughout the year filled with samples, information, and special gifts.
This offer is only valid for residents of:
- United States