It is generally accepted that hemp seeds and other components produced from hemp are safe for human consumption. Protein, fiber, and important fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6 may all be found in abundance in hemp seeds, in addition to a wide range of vitamins and minerals. Protein, fiber, and important fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, as well as a variety of vitamins and minerals, may all be found in abundant supply in hemp seeds.

In addition, unlike marijuana, hemp seeds do not contain appreciable quantities of the psychotropic chemical known as THC. Hemp seeds and other hemp-derived products generally contain miniscule amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical responsible for the "high" associated with marijuana consumption. THC is the component that is responsible for the "high" that is associated with the use of marijuana. The quantities of THC that are generally present in hemp seeds and products produced from hemp are relatively low. Having said that, it is always vital to make sure that the hemp products you buy come from reliable sources and that they have been thoroughly tested to confirm their quality and purity before you buy them. Because hemp allergy might also affect certain individuals, it is essential to be informed of the possibility of any potential allergic responses.

Before incorporating hemp or any other new food into your diet, you should always discuss the decision with your primary care physician or a qualified dietitian. This is true for any food or dietary supplement that you consume.