100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
ORGANIC HEMP PROTEIN
A superfood packed with high quality, easily absorbed proteins with high nutritional value, in a purely natural form. Turn your breakfast porridge or favourite smoothie into a protein-rich meal that fills you up. Make your own protein drinks, bars or other post-workout snacks, purely to your taste.
It all started in far away China
The discoverers of this lush green plant are undoubtedly the Chinese. The then Emperor Chen Nung recorded the information about the incredible effects of cannabis in the first Chinese medicine book, which sparked an avalanche of interest not only among Chinese physicians. As it happens, the migration of nomadic peoples and proven experience spread the knowledge of this sacred plant all over the world. 
Tasty yet nutritious
The plant has also become popular for its rapid growth and non-nutritious use. The tasty and highly nutritious hemp seeds have been added to all kinds of foods for their high protein and oil content. [1,2]
Interest in hemp products is steadily increasing, not only among enthusiastic consumers but also among manufacturers of natural-based food supplements. 
Cultivation and production
Hemp is a low environmental impact plant
The cannabis plant is particularly famous for its very fast growth and relatively high resistance, for which no pesticides or herbicides** are needed. This makes it a low environmental impact crop. After only 120 days after planting, the cannabis can be harvested. The resulting hemp protein is extracted from the pomace resulting from the pressing of hemp oil.
Finely ground powder
The pomace is processed only by gentle grinding and sieving, a mechanical process that does not require high temperatures. The natural content of enzymes and active substances in the resulting powder is preserved in this way.
Composition and properties
The high protein content is not only suitable for athletes who have an increased need for protein. The protein content is even double compared to beef steak, making it a protein-packed superfood. Plus, thanks to naturally occurring polysaccharides and vegetable oils, it will **heat and energize. [3,4]
A green boost not only after working out
Protein has many important functions. In addition to building muscle, they are needed for the production of hormones, enzymes, blood, defenses and other structures. It's important to make sure you get enough of them, at any age. 
Hemp protein is made from the seeds of technical hemp, which does not contain psychoactive substances such as THC.  On the contrary, due to their high nutritional value, it would be a shame to avoid them. Moreover, the regulations associated with cannabis products are very strict, so don't worry.
For breakfast, for snacks at any time…
Hemp protein is characterised by its green colour and distinctive, earthy taste with nutty undertones. You can add it to breakfast cereals, smoothies and raw desserts. Its composition and texture also make it an ideal ingredient for homemade protein bars and drinks.
Country of origin
 BONINIA, Sara Anna et al., 2018: A comprehensive ethnopharmacological review of a medicinal plant with a long history. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 5(227), 300–315.
 WANG, Xian-Sheng, Chuan-He TANG, Xiao-Quan YANG and Wen-Rui GAO. Characterization, amino acid composition and in vitro digestibility of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) proteins. Food Chemistry. 2008, (107), 11–18.
 HOUSE, JAMES D., JASON NEUFELD and GERO LESON. Evaluating the Quality of Protein from Hemp Seed (Cannabis sativa L.) Products Through the use of the Protein Digestibility-Corrected Amino Acid Score Method. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2010, 58, 11801–11807.
 HOFFMAN, Jay R. and Michael J. FALVO. PROTEIN – WHICH IS BEST? Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. 2004, (3), 118–130.
 MILLWARD, D Joe, Donald K LAYMAN, Daniel TOMÉ and Gertjan SCHAAFSMA. Protein quality assessment: impact of expanding understanding of protein and amino acid needs for optimal health. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2008, 87(5), 1576–1581.