Ask your doctor if Edestin is right for you. Or, you can read this article and wonder “Hey, why hasn’t my doctor ever told me about Edestin?”
The following are a few statements from a High Times article published in 2014, titled Hemp Repairs Damaged DNA: “Scientists have discovered astounding new evidence that suggests hemp proteins have the capacity to repair damaged DNA — a phenomenon that occurs in all humans as the result of aging.
Although most of the injuries to DNA are not serious, some damages, like strand breaks, can cause the body to make mistakes during the repair process that can shorten a person’s lifespan.”
“The good news is that the two primary proteins found in hemp seeds — Edestin and Albumin — can assist the body in repairing damaged DNA that it is otherwise incapable of fixing on its own.” (Note: the following two sentences may be the most important points in this article.) “Edestin protein, which is only found in hemp seeds, has a makeup similar to blood plasma and has been shown to promote a healthy immune system as well as eliminate stress. Its counterpart, Albumin protein, assists in maintaining the strength of tissues that hold the body together.”
“Hemp protein contains all of the 20 known amino acids — including 9 essential amino acids (EAAs). These amino acids are labeled “essential” because the human body can’t produce them on its own. A diet that is deficient of EAAs may lead to degenerative conditions,” according to Global Hemp.
“Research shows that consuming hemp seed and hemp seed oil is an ideal method for fixing DNA. This is because hemp contains ‘the perfect 3:1 ratio’ of Omega fatty acids, which are instrumental in the damage done to DNA.”
Edistin is considered to be the backbone of Human cellular DNA repair
After reading this, the first thing I thought; this could be the secret to the longevity of the Genesis people who lived for hundreds of years! That secret… hemp seeds! God seems very fond of this green seed bearing herb as noted in Genesis 1:29, Genesis 3:18 and Genesis 9:3.
From Hempseed as a nutritional resource: An overview. J.C. Callaway Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Kuopio, FIN-70211 Kuopio, Finland: “Hempseed has been documented as a source of food throughout recorded history – raw, cooked or roasted, and hempseed oil has been used as a food/medicine in China for at least 3000 years (de Padua et al., 1999).
“Recent feeding trials with chickens have confirmed that hempseed is an excellent source of nutrition for egg laying hens, where the omega fatty acid profile in the eggs were favorably influenced after feeding hempseed meal (Silversides et al., 2002). This is in agreement with empirical observations over thousands of years in China and other Asiatic nations.
Another study on hempseed found it to be an excellent source of rumen undegraded protein in cows and sheep (Mustafa et al., 1999), and unpublished results from recently completed trials in Finland have demonstrated hempseed meal to be at least as good as soy meal in farmed fish feed.”
Our conclusin from Hemp-And-The-Human-Body: “Edestin protein is only found in Hemp seed. 65% of the protein found in Hemp seeds are Edestin protein. Here are some of its functions – It aids in digestion. It is considered the backbone of a cell’s DNA. It is similar to the human body’s own globular protein found in blood plasma. It produces antibodies which are essential to maintaining a healthy immune system. It is compatible with the digestive system.”
Since among other things, Edestin is considered the backbone of a cell’s DNA, ask your doctor if Edestin is right for you!
Sources: http://www.hightimes.com/read/hemp-repairs-damaged-dna http://skperdon.hubpages.com/hub/Hemp-And-The-Human-Bodyhttp://www.finola.fi/Hempseed%20Nutrition.pdf
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