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What nutritional value does marijuana have?

 
Conveyor1138

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De-calcify pineal gland..
Moving forward.
Memories left behind. A new life, a new journey. I've built anew.
For mankind... for my kind.
The vessel stares back at me. From every angle, the menacing smile latches on.
Talking walls speak and spell my life story.
My past life.
The vessel sleeps beside me... the comfort breath.
Morning skin of machines, of humanity's beginnings.
Am I God? I've been called worse... drift in and out.
This vessel brings me sleep.
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01/04/2012 04:21 PM
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Re: What nutritional value does marijuana have?
As many have said...the seeds were a MAIN staple of the diet in ancient Asia for a long ass time. Best nutritional seed/nut around basically. Buy some schwag and eat the seeds haha.

Ancient Japanese legend states that if you eat enough seeds you can see spirits as well.
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I sometimes buy protein powder, and I saw hemp protein powder in the store the last time I bought some. I didn't get it because it was too expensive, but I was surprised to see it on the store shelve. It even had a pot leaf on the label.
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I sprinkle hemp seeds on a lot of things.
Had them on a salad a few minutes ago.
You can get them in health food stores.
They taste really good
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TO ALL, GOOD SURVIVAL FOOD,HAS ALL REQUIRED VITAMINS AND MINERALS . [link to www.hempusa.org] the white rose
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08/17/2012 08:53 PM
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Re: What nutritional value does marijuana have?
There are none.
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Ignorance is bliss...as they say.
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08/17/2012 09:00 PM
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Wow, look, Octo...

Ah, nostalgia.



Hemp seed still just about the best food there is.

:)

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11/14/2012 12:37 PM
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The leafy green part of the plant has nutrients that the seeds do not. It contains CBDA and depending on the plant, THCA. These two recently understood nutrients are extremely fascinating and potentially very curative. Read about Dr. William Courtey's work at www.cannabisinternational.org
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11/14/2012 12:40 PM
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the seeds are extremely nurtitious. But its a lot of work/space/energy for little food. not worth it. but you can always get high
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Nothing like some good weed to get you through an apocalypse.

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Re: What nutritional value does marijuana have?
There are none.
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You need to read a book or something...

The seeds are one of the most nutritious foods on the PLANET.

Many cultures survived on gruel made with hemp seeds for months at a time during the winter once the meat and stored vegetables ran out.
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Smoke it and read the nutritional value on a bag of Cheetos. headbang
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Nothing like some good weed to get you through an apocalypse.


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Come on don't noone like my fav weed song?
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Matter of fact.. I'ma sign out for today. Time for late night
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There are none.
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CannaChic
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I am Registered Dietitian and I have found through all my research and experience that Cannabis/Hemp is more beneficial and nutritional than any other vegetable out there.

Some delicious, nutritious cannabis and hemp based recipes-
Designed with nutrition and health in mind- not getting high or stoned.

CannabisCookbook420.blogspot.com
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11/10/2013 08:27 PM
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I am Registered Dietitian and I have found through all my research and experience that Cannabis/Hemp is more beneficial and nutritional than any other vegetable out there.

Some delicious, nutritious cannabis and hemp based recipes-
Designed with nutrition and health in mind- not getting high or stoned.

CannabisCookbook420.blogspot.com
 Quoting: CannaChic 43187124


i am a long term nutritionist and cannabis researcher. i totally agree about its nutrition. it has the greatest sprectrum of nutrients than any other plant -twice the amount of the next food source (cacoa bean)
howver it also has a massive spectrum of oils -from the light oils such as volatile terpenes to the dense resin oils. the lighter oi;ls (in cluding omega 3 in the seed, and some in leaf) are heat sensitive, and altho i totally agree with the ingestion of the plant (not advocate of smoking, anything) to preserve the 'balance' and wholistic properties of the plant it should be eaten as fresh as possible. no applied heat
hf
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I don't know the nutritional content of the leaves, but I eat them all the time because they are good. I just lollipopped a plant in it's 3rd week of flower and made a salad with what I trimmed off: Leaves with a few small flowers, some grilled chicken, and a nice honey Dijon dressing - that was dinner.

I see it as no different than pulling leaves from a spinach or lettuce plant - it's all leafy greens to me.

Of course it doesn't get you high, but that's not the point when I'm just trying to fix dinner and keep my plants under control. After all, I eat lettuce and it doesn't get me high either.

I read a post that was made earlier in the thread about harvesting two crops a year. If you're growing outdoors you only get a single growing season for this annual plant - one basic harvest. It's only going to flower during the fall / autumn (of course the exact time depends upon where you live) so you have to have it grown before the days grow short enough to bring about the flowering.

If you are growing indoors you may have a harvest many many times per year just depending on the amount of space you have, what variety you grow, etc. Of course, if we are talking about a gloom and doom survival plant, you may not have the resources available to grow indoors at that point.

My plants in a deep water culture have to be trimmed even during the veg stage, and I just can't throw out all that perfectly good greenery. I have buckets of leaves and I use them any where that I might use spinach, lettuce, or basil.

Throw a handful into the scrambled eggs.
Make a salad.
Add to soups.
Put it on a sandwich.
Top nachos, tacos, and burritos.
Add to stir fry for Thai, Chinese, or other Asian foods.
Add it to any dish as an edible garnish.
Put it in the marinara to use with pasta.
Mix with ricotta cheese and stuff some manicotti or make lasagna.
Use as a pizza topping.
Sauté with butter and onions and eat it like you might eat cooked spinach.
Wrap a long leaf around cheese, small sausages, or other vegetables for some hors d'oeuvres or crudités.

I'm sure the uses for leaves are nearly endless.
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Nutrition
30–35% of the weight of hempseed is oil containing 80% of the unsaturated essential fatty acids (EFAs), linoleic acid (LA, 55%) and linolenic acid (ALA, 21–25%). These are not manufactured by the body and must be supplied by food. The proportions of linoleic acid and linolenic acid in hempseed oil are perfectly balanced to meet human requirements for EFAs, including gamma-linoleic acid (GLA). Unlike flax oil and others, hempseed oil can be used continuously without developing a deficiency or other imbalance of EFAs. Hemp also contains 31% complete and highly-digestible protein, 1/3 as edestin protein and 2/3 as albumin protein. This protein profile is second only to raw uncooked soybeans (35% vs. 31%), and the amino acid profile is superior to soybean, human milk, and cow's milk, and similar to egg whites.
The ALA contained in plant seed oils by itself is sufficient for nutrition, as your body is capable of converting it into other fatty acids. However, this conversion process is inefficient, and the broader spectrum of omega-3 fatty acids obtained from oily fish is easier for the body to immediately utilize (see Fish and plants as a source of Omega-3).
Typical nutritional analysis of shelled hempseed:
Calories/100 g 567
Protein (Nx5.46) 30.6%
Fat 47.2%
Saturated fat 5.2%
Monounsaturated fat 5.8%
Polyunsaturated fat 36.2%
Carbohydrate 10.9%
Oleic 18:1 (Omega-9) 5.8%
Linoleic 18:2 (Omega-6) 27.56%
Linolenic 18:3 (Omega-3) 8.68%
Cholesterol 0.0%
Total dietary fiber 6.0%
Vitamin A (B-Carotene) 4 IU/100 g
Thiamine (Vit B1) 1.38 mg/100 g
Riboflavin (Vit B2) 0.33 mg/100 g
Vitamin B6 0.12 mg/100 g
Vitamin C 1.0 mg/100 g
Vitamin D 2277.5 IU/100 g [citation needed]
Vitamin E (dl-A-Tocopherol) 8.96 IU/100 g
Sodium 9.0 mg/100 g
Calcium 74.0 mg/100 g
Iron 4.7 mg/100 g

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
hayseed
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duuuuuude after 100 grams you'd need a 16 hour weed nap
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Only if you decarboxilate by heating it.
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12/02/2013 11:34 PM
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Look to algae. It's super easy to grow and is pretty high protein, which is the hardest nutrient to get in a SHTF situation.
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The seed is not the best food from the plant. The icky sticky is. It is higly nutrient dense and is powerful medicine. The seeds are more dense tghn bud, and therefore more nutriously dense, but they do not contain everything the bud does, and vice vera. The seeds are great for protein and omega-3s, and the bud is great for everything else (including omega-3s). The leaves of the cannabis plant while not as nutrient rich as the flower and seed, are still more nutritious than anything in your salad.
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Re: What nutritional value does marijuana have?
There are none.
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Nutrition
30–35% of the weight of hempseed is oil containing 80% of the unsaturated essential fatty acids (EFAs), linoleic acid (LA, 55%) and linolenic acid (ALA, 21–25%). These are not manufactured by the body and must be supplied by food. The proportions of linoleic acid and linolenic acid in hempseed oil are perfectly balanced to meet human requirements for EFAs, including gamma-linoleic acid (GLA). Unlike flax oil and others, hempseed oil can be used continuously without developing a deficiency or other imbalance of EFAs. Hemp also contains 31% complete and highly-digestible protein, 1/3 as edestin protein and 2/3 as albumin protein. This protein profile is second only to raw uncooked soybeans (35% vs. 31%), and the amino acid profile is superior to soybean, human milk, and cow's milk, and similar to egg whites.
The ALA contained in plant seed oils by itself is sufficient for nutrition, as your body is capable of converting it into other fatty acids. However, this conversion process is inefficient, and the broader spectrum of omega-3 fatty acids obtained from oily fish is easier for the body to immediately utilize (see Fish and plants as a source of Omega-3).
Typical nutritional analysis of shelled hempseed:
Calories/100 g 567
Protein (Nx5.46) 30.6%
Fat 47.2%
Saturated fat 5.2%
Monounsaturated fat 5.8%
Polyunsaturated fat 36.2%
Carbohydrate 10.9%
Oleic 18:1 (Omega-9) 5.8%
Linoleic 18:2 (Omega-6) 27.56%
Linolenic 18:3 (Omega-3) 8.68%
Cholesterol 0.0%
Total dietary fiber 6.0%
Vitamin A (B-Carotene) 4 IU/100 g
Thiamine (Vit B1) 1.38 mg/100 g
Riboflavin (Vit B2) 0.33 mg/100 g
Vitamin B6 0.12 mg/100 g
Vitamin C 1.0 mg/100 g
Vitamin D 2277.5 IU/100 g [citation needed]
Vitamin E (dl-A-Tocopherol) 8.96 IU/100 g
Sodium 9.0 mg/100 g
Calcium 74.0 mg/100 g
Iron 4.7 mg/100 g

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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this is why its called the tree of life .

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