Happy Hemping Lovers…Boost The Mood With Hemp’s Omegas!! xoxo

Posted By Hemp Out Agency on Feb 14, 2012 | 1 comment

Hormone balance, a boosted libido, younger skin, healthier heart and so much  more; have you had your Omega’s today?  

Both Omega 3′s and Omega 6′s are found in lots of sexy plant-based food sources such as our beloved Hemp Seed Nut,  and are a simple addition to your diet. Since it’s so simple, why not try to add  in one serving at least 3 – 5 times during the day of these heart healthy, brain enhancing, sex hormone balancing  wonder fats every day?

Not all fat is created equally. On one side, there’s the bad, yucky fats,  like trans fat, which not only leads to obesity, but also clogs those arteries  leading to a whole slew of un-sexy possible diseases. On the other hand, we have  the good kind of fats, the ones that can alleviate some of your menopausal  symptoms, help to balance your hormones and feed your libido the nutrition it  needs so that you just might actually want to have sex tonight.

Benefits of Hemp’s Omega 3 and Omega 6 

Omega 3 and Omega 6, the good kind of fat, can help you to burn fat faster,  keep your skin and hair young and supple, as well as help to ward off  unnecessary disease in your future. Omega’s can help to reduce inflammation in  the body, are anti-aging, and are a necessity for good heart and brain health.  Omegas have also been shown to enhance overall moods, irritability and hormone  balance helping to put you in the right mood for getting busy.

Testosterone is a hormone produced in the body which is necessary for muscle-building and maintaining a healthy sex drive. Both men and women naturally produce Testosterone, but it is more  prominent in men than it is for women. The production of this hormone peaks at  18, but slowly declines as we age. Which is why people who wish  to increase sexual function, would want to boost Testosterone levels in their  bodies.

Increase the intake of essential fats in your diet those essential fats;  Omega-3, 6 fats which aid in production of Testosterone which boost our libido.

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