There is a vast array of emerging trends in the cannabis industry. One in particular is helping the industry to grow significantly. That trend is hemp protein. The reason for this is that scientists have found twenty amino acids in hemp protein – nine of which are essential amino acids for the body. Hemp protein also includes albumin and Edestin proteins that help to increase energy levels. They boost metabolism and reduce high blood pressure as well. Further benefits of hemp protein include muscle building and regeneration while burning extra body fat. It also decreases low-density lipoproteins in the body which contribute to poor cardiac health. As one could imagine, hemp protein is becoming popular with those wishing to lose weight, build lean muscle mass, and help with workout recovery.
Another added benefit is that hemp crops are non-GMO alleviating any health or environmental concerns associated with GMO crops. In addition to being organic and environmentally friendly, hemp protein production is good for the economy. The market is expected to contribute billions of dollars to the economy. Further, laws and regulations are changing to accommodate the cannabis industry overall. For example, the 2018 State Farm Bill allowed for the cultivation of hemp crops in the US. This opened the door for many investors, producers and companies to benefit from hemp sales. We are starting to see the same occur in Europe’s hemp industry which will promote growth and affect laws and policies within the European Union.