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Roasting Strain Seeds

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Hi, Hunters, I've discovered a woman down here in Uganda, she roasts hemp seeds like coffee beans, grinds them then they make a nice taste with boiled milk, it's too tasty, my question comes here now, if you roast the hemp seeds do they still remain with the health contents?

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Hello @Re_Arranger if you roast the hemp forget about planting them but healthy they still are and I guess that woman from Uganda makes like a horchata of chufas soy milk, oatmeal, almond and similar as she uses hemp, she has to know sweet sure brother ✌️  😉 👍 greetings

 

Hola @Re_Arranger si asas el cañamo olvidate ya de plantarlos pero saludable siguen siendo y supongo que esa mujer de Uganda hace como una horchata de chufas leche de soja, avena, almendra y similar como ella usa el cañamo, tiene que saber dulce segurisimo hermano ✌️ 😉 👍 saludos 

 

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Yes i think like @R.G.S, impossible to use this seeds for growing but still good for eating ;-)

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

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