Organic Hemp Coffee Blend - Medium Roast - 12 oz

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Organic Hemp Coffee Blend - Medium Roast - 12 oz

10.45 every 8 weeks

FRESH ROASTED & GROUND TO ORDER IN OUR USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC ROASTERY

Organic Hemp Coffee is the delightful result of our perfected process of blending USDA certified organic hemp protein powder with USDA certified organic fair-trade specialty coffees from South and Central America. The end result is a delicious, smooth full-flavored low acidity coffee with a nutty aftertaste.

Why hemp ? It’s simple: protein and omegas! Hemp foods are rich in protein and have all 9 essential amino acids. They also contain omega-3, omega-6, stearidonic acid (SDA), and the rare omega-6 Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA). What’s so great about GLA? Well, GLA has been shown to help with cholesterol, inflammation, skin and hair health, balancing hormones, and general heart health. Plus if that wasn’t enough, hemp foods also contain magnesium, fibre, iron, zinc, and phosphorous.

Coffee Facts:

Coffee Roasting Profile: Medium
Coffee Origin: Colombia, Brazil & Guatemala
Coffee Certifications: USDA Organic & Fair-trade

Hemp Facts:

Hemp Certifications: USDA Organic, NON-GMO Verified & OU Kosher

Each 12 oz bag contains:

  • 17g of plant-based protein

  • 6g of dietary fiber

  • More than 25% of the recommended daily intake of 9 vitamins and minerals

  • No soy or lactose

  • Nut-Free

  • Gluten-Free

  • Non-GMO

  • OU Kosher Certified

  • Keto & Paleo

  • Allergen Friendly

  • NO THC

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Hemp Agronomy

Hemp is a versatile annual crop. Farmers plant non-GMO certified seed in the spring and harvest it in the fall using common farm equipment. The varieties of hemp that are grown for food purposes reach a height of about five feet. Once hemp starts to grow, it has a broad leaf that helps to naturally suppress weeds which means that no pesticides or herbicides are needed to successfully grow hemp.

Hemp Misconceptions

Misconception 1: Hemp is the same as marijuana.

False! Hemp is a species of Cannabis sativa BUT hemp is not the same as marijuana. Hemp foods contain less than 0.001% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and will NOT cause a psychoactive effect or a false-positive drug test.

Misconception 2: Non-GMO Project Verified is basically the same as Certified Organic

False! Certified Organic refers to a process of how food is grown and how food products are manufactured. Non-GMO Project Verified focuses on one aspect: verifying that there are no genetically modified organisms within the product. There are Certified Organic products that have chosen not to go through the Non-GMO Project certification and therefore will not include the Non-GMO Project Verified stamp on their packaging however they are still Non-GMO if they are certified 100% organic. Natural or conventional products can receive Non-GMO Project Verification if they meet the rigorous and extensive audit process relating to genetically modified organisms.

Misconception 3: Hemp seed oil is the same as CBD oil.

False! Hemp seed, which is what out Hemp protein powder is derived from, contains very little CBD. CBD is pressed from the flowers, leaves and stalks of the Cannabis plant, not from hemp seeds like Artizan’s current products.

Misconception 4: Omega 6s are bad for you

False! Omega-6 often gets a bad rep. Some omega-6s, like GLA, play a crucial role in overall health. A general rule of thumb is to avoid all highly processed fats. When it comes to our bodies we need a mix or balance of essential fatty acids. It’s best to consume foods that have naturally balanced omegas. Hemp has an omega-6 to omega-3 ratio of 3.75:1. Plus, the omegas in hemp are unrefined, raw, and easily digestible.