Milled seeds is absorded more easily compared to whole seeds.
Hemp seed is rich in essential fatty acids and gamma-Linolenic acid (GLA) and stearidonic acid (SDA). Gamma-Linolenic acid helps in the treatment of skin diseases and inflammations. Stearidonic acid is utilized in the body as an omega-3 fatty acid. Hemp fatty acids have an optimal ratio of 3:1 (omega-6 and omega-3). Hemp has a lot of vitamin E which is an important antioxidant.
Hemp seed protein contains all the essential amino acids. There are more than 500 kinds of amino acids, of which horses require 21 essential amino acids. A healthy horse body can produce 12 amino acids itself, so the rest of the nine essential amino acids should be obtained from food. Hemp is made up of 65% proteins and 35% albumin, which are of high quality and highly absorbable. Hemp protein, unlike soya, does not contain trypsin inhibitors which are known to hinder the absorption process. . Hemp is high in arginine amino acid which contributes to the formation of nitrogen oxide which is important for a good blood flow. Carbohydrates contained in hemp are all fiber. 24g of fiber is insoluble and 6g is soluble fiber. The rich fiber content helps to balance the stomach function.
Dosage: horse (500kg): 0,5 dl - 8 dl (racehorses in strenuous exercise ). Can be fed on its own or mixed with other feeds. Does not require soaking, does not form a gel.
1 dl weighs about 45 g.
100% natural product. Pesticide and GMO free.
Nutritional value 100g:
Energy: 530 kcal, 33 g fat, 25 g protein, 30 g of fiber (6 g of soluble, insoluble, 24 h), vitamin A 30 mg, vitamin C 2 mg, vitamin E 30mg, vitamin B3 (niacin) 28 mg , vitamin B1 (thiamin) 1mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 1 mg, vitamin B6 (pyroxidine) 1 mg, phosphorus 1,160 mg, potassium 933 mg, magnesium 462 mg, calcium 160 mg, iron 13 mg, sodium 12 mg, manganese 9mg, zinc 7 mg, copper 2 mg.