Hemp milk is the only plant based milk which will provide you with all 20 amino acids.


There have been common misconceptions about hemp, however you should rest assure that this form is completely safe and consumable.


Nutritional value

Hemp milk is the only plant based drink that provides you with all 20 amino acid including the 9 essential amino acids which your body cannot produce by itself which support muscle movement, cell fluidity and metabolic functions in the body.


Hemp milk frequently contains added vitamin D, B-Vitamins, calcium and protein, making the drink even more nutritious than the norm!


Per 100ml (RDI=Recommended Daily Intake) Hemp Milk Cow’s (Whole) Milk
Calories 39 kcal 64 kcal
Fat 2.8g 3.6g
Carbohydrate 1.8g 4.7g
Fibre 0.1g 0g
Protein 0.6g 3.2g
Vitamin D 15% of the RDI 0% of the RDI
Vitamin E 20% of the RDI 3% of the RDI
Riboflavin (B2) 15% of the RDI 17% of the RDI
B12 15% of the RDI 16% of the RDI
Calcium 15% of the RDI 15% of the RDI


Provides Essential Oils

One 250ml glass of hemp milk provides 50 percent of your recommended daily intake of omega 3 oils.(1)  This essential oil is hugely beneficial to as it promotes healthy cholesterol levels which helps to eliminate bad cholesterol from the blood and thus decreases the risk of heart disease and prevents reoccurring heart attacks. (2)



Calcium and Vitamin D

Hemp is a good source of calcium which is vital for the strengthening of bones and teeth.(3) Furthermore hemp milk is a good source of vitamin D which play a major part in maintaining the fluidity between cells as well increasing the absorption rate of calcium in the bloodstream.(4)



Magnesium and Phosphorous

Hemp milk is a good source of magnesium which is needed to prevent the risk of cramps, the formation of kidney stones and cardiovascular diseases. (5)

Hemp milk provides plentiful supplies of phosphorous which helps to utilise carbohydrates, fats and proteins for cell growth, maintenance and energy. (6)



Vitamin E

Hemp milk is a great source of vitamin E which protects lipids against oxidisation and helps to reduce the formation of bad cholesterol (LDLs) thus maintaining fluidity in the colon and reducing the risk of heart related diseases.(4) (5)



Dairy Free and Gluten Free

Hemp milk is perfect for people who are lactose intolerant and unable to digest milk adequately. Hemp milk contains no gluten or soy making it a healthy viable option for everyone.


Furthermore almond milk contains no dairy. Making it a great choice for vegans and people unfavourable to dairy.




Always try to obtain GMO and organic varieties as these will serve as higher nutrient-rich sources for your body.





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