1. Pea Protein Powder

    Pea Protein Powder
    Pea is one of the oldest cultivated food crops. Evidence of cultivation dates back to the Neolithic period (4500 BC). They are an important food source, currently grown all over the world. Peas are…
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  2. Hemp Protein Powder

    Hemp Protein Powder




    The hemp plant has been grown for thousands of years because of its many useful by-products; hemp fibers from the stem of the plant can be woven into a fabric, the roots are used in Eastern medicine and it is called an important addition to Chinese paper pulp. Both the ancient Greeks and Romans used hemp fibers to produce sails and strong ropes for their boats, and added it to cement for construction projects.

    Wild hemp is a species that grows in areas with fertile soil, better than most weeds. During the 12,000 years of cultivation by humans, several varieties have been developed. The leaves of Cannabis sativa plants naturally contain a very low level of the chemical tetrahydrocannabinol, which when ingested in very large doses has hallucinogenic properties. This was noticed as early as 2000 B.C. and subsequently strains of cannabis with a much higher THC content of up to 12% have been developed.


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  3. MSM powder

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    MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) powder is a compound of sulfur produced in the ocean. The original compound evaporates from the ocean and forms MSM powder in the upper atmosphere. Because MSM pow...

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  4. Rice Protein

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    Rice is an important food species worldwide and has been cultivated for more than 10,000 years. It is a main ingredient of the diet of more than 3 billion people and has fed more people about ...

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  5. Water of life

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    Life water or a salt "sole" is a concentrated salt solution, which can be made by dissolving a natural salt in water. The term life water originates from the primal water, i.e. one's own body fluid…
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