Hemp Milk

Hemp milk is so healthy for you, even babies can drink it.  With the ever-growing use of this herb, we are happy to share with you all the health benefits that come with it.

I am quite sure you are wondering if this nutritious milk will make your baby high, since it comes from the cannabis plant.  The answer to that is no, it will not make your baby high.

Hemp infused milk is made from the seeds of the plant, which cannot get you high.  In fact, you cannot get high from any part of the hemp plant.  The parts of the hemp plant that do contain THC, the psychoactive part, are so low that it is impossible.

Since this thirst quencher doesn’t come from animals, we are safe from all the antibiotics and other things that go into their systems over their lifetime nowadays.

However, back before this plant was outlawed in the 30’s and the farmers were encouraged to grow it, this is exactly what the animals were eating.  This is how we were getting it into our system, feeding our endocannabinoid system and keeping our bodies in balance. 

Hemp Milk Nutrition for Babies 

All I can say is, if I were a baby today, I would hope someone would be giving me this alternative milk to get me off to a healthy start.

Luckily, creamy goodness for babies is on the rise.  The nutrition your baby will get is unbelievable. 



In reality, you could almost call this a super food for your little tyke  



Here are just a few of the nutrition facts in just 8 ounces of this wonder milk:

  • 2800mg Omega-6 Fatty Acid
  • 900mg Omega-3 Fatty Acid
  • 4 grams of Digestible Protein
  • All 10 Essential Amino Acids
  • 46% of RDA of Calcium
  • Potassium
  • 0% Cholesterol
  • Phosphorous
  • Potassium
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin B12
  • Magnesium
  • Folic acid
  • Iron
  • Zinc

What does this all mean and what are the hemp milk benefits for all of us?  Since hemp feeds our endocannabinoid system, it has many health benefits that go along with it.


We have CB receptors throughout our body that need to be fed.  Our two main ones are located in our brain and the immune system.  The one in our brain regulates and balances our neurological system.  The second main receptor regulates and balances our immune system. 

Here are just a few of the benefits, besides being chock-full of nutrients

  • Considered to be good for people who are lactose intolerant and have milk related allergies.
  • Good for hair, skin and nails and is a great source of nutrition to bring out your inner beauty.
  • Most people drink this milk because it makes their immune system work harder and undoubtedly better.
  • Fat free and is devoid of cholesterol. It is an excellent source of nutrition for those trying to lose weight.
  • Known to sharpen mental skills and acuity.

The hemp milk taste has a nutty, creamy flavor to it.  You can buy it sweetened or unsweetened.  You can also purchase organic, non-GMO and conventional. 

Do you want it in a flavor?  Try the chocolate or the vanilla.  One thing you should be sure to do is shake it before pouring or it will come out looking more like dirty water.

Are you ready for this?  Here is my favorite part!  Who doesn’t want to lose weight or keep weight off?  Even though hemp seeds aren’t a source of a filling fiber, they are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids.

What does this mean?  It means that it helps to tell our body that it feels full. Feeling full so you don’t overeat, equals losing weight!  Oh, Yeah! 

Do you know how many calories are in the milk that you are drinking right now?  Hemp milk calories are impressive.  A 1-cup serving of unsweetened, vanilla or original contains 70 calories.

If you are looking for a gluten-free milk, then you have come to the right place.  Since plain organic hemp milk has zero soy, sugar, gluten and cholesterol and provides essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, it is a great choice over regular milk.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that you can only use this on your morning breakfast or in a glass. There are many hemp milk recipes out there that use this milk. So, if you don’t like it straight up, but still want the health benefits, check out some good recipes and give it a try!

 Here is a favorite: Maple Hemp Milk