First, the bad news: hemp won’t get you high.
Okay, the good news: Manitoba Harvest Organic Hemp Oil is grrreat for vegetarians, first of all, who can’t get Omega 3 and 6 and Gamma Linolenic Acid and Stearidonic Acid from most other non-fishy sources. And fish, these days, is loaded with mercury, so this might be a good alternative for every-body (though I’m told by those who know what they’re talking about that fish oil is mercury-free).
Anyways, I’m young and healthy and think I’ll live forever, so really I don’t know squat about health. I do love the environment, so dig that this is organic and that the kajillions of acres and farmers on those acres aren’t getting doused with daily rounds of cancerous chemicals.
And, as a big boy who likes to eat, I know that this healthy stuff tastes good, which is vital. If it don’t taste good, you could give me the Life-Giving Elixir itself and I’d stick to my nachos and salads and spaghetti and pizza and stuff I like, anyways. I put it on salads, on pasta, even on popcorn.
Finally, I happen to know the company behind the product a bit, and whenever I partake of their products I feel like I’m supporting a better world. These are good, solid, altruistic, happy, smart people who love health and the planet.
Good enough for me—this is one natural product review I’ll keep buying after I’ve finished my mmmm mmm free samples.
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