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no,thc is not in the seeds you would be safe. this is different than cannabis
By kicker on July 23, 2014
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Yes, hemp hearts is just another name for shelled hempseed - it's the 'heart' of the seed. These are really delicious, by the way.
By Lola Rugula on February 22, 2015
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The product above is just raw shelled hemp. The protein hemp version, I believe, has been processed into a high concentrated powder. It is better value but the shelled hemp tasted much better in food and smoothies.
By Courtney on March 10, 2014
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No GMO
By Kristopher Von Jares on February 2, 2015
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Yes it's the same thing.
By Belecia W. on April 29, 2016
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I haven't tried them in a blender. I did try putting them through an Omega, auger style juicer though. The result was a very fine but damp powder that clumped together easily. I added that to protein shakes which made them incredibly thick. I also mixed some with a little oil as a peanut butter replacement.
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I haven't tried them in a blender. I did try putting them through an Omega, auger style juicer though. The result was a very fine but damp powder that clumped together easily. I added that to protein shakes which made them incredibly thick. I also mixed some with a little oil as a peanut butter replacement.
My best guess is that they would work for a blended protein shake but will probably need a lot of blending with whatever liquid your adding to it. I would start blending the seeds with a small amount of liquid and add more liquid, a little at a time, until the desired consistency is reached. see less

By warhorse on February 22, 2014
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Hi Han,
The shelf life of our hempseed is 1 year from the date our product is packed in our facilities. We hope this helps!
Thank you, The Nutiva Team

By The Nutiva Team on January 27, 2016