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Old 11-13-2018, 10:40 PM #11
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The FINOLA oilseed hemp variety is an excellent source of sustainable food and fiber. The exceptional fatty acid profile in Finola® hempseed oil offers a rich source of the two essential fatty acids (EFAs); omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (ALA 22%) and omega-6 linoleic acid (LA 56%), in addition to significant amounts of gamma linolenic acid (GLA 4%) and stearidonic acid (SDA 2%). We can’t make the EFAs ourselves, so we have to get them from our daily diet. The EFAs are needed to produce many important things in our bodies, including optimal nerve functions throughout the brain and central nervous system. Finola® hempseed oil is an excellent way to obtain our EFAs.

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So Finola is also grown for its seeds.
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The FINOLA oilseed hemp variety is an excellent source of sustainable food and fiber. The exceptional fatty acid profile in Finola® hempseed oil offers a rich source of the two essential fatty acids (EFAs); omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (ALA 22%) and omega-6 linoleic acid (LA 56%), in addition to significant amounts of gamma linolenic acid (GLA 4%) and stearidonic acid (SDA 2%). We can’t make the EFAs ourselves, so we have to get them from our daily diet. The EFAs are needed to produce many important things in our bodies, including optimal nerve functions throughout the brain and central nervous system. Finola® hempseed oil is an excellent way to obtain our EFAs.

So Finola is also grown for its seed.
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Old 11-14-2018, 04:45 AM #13
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The FINOLA oilseed hemp variety is an excellent source of sustainable food and fiber. The exceptional fatty acid profile in Finola® hempseed oil offers a rich source of the two essential fatty acids (EFAs); omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (ALA 22%) and omega-6 linoleic acid (LA 56%), in addition to significant amounts of gamma linolenic acid (GLA 4%) and stearidonic acid (SDA 2%). We can’t make the EFAs ourselves, so we have to get them from our daily diet. The EFAs are needed to produce many important things in our bodies, including optimal nerve functions throughout the brain and central nervous system. Finola® hempseed oil is an excellent way to obtain our EFAs.

So Finola is also grown for its seed.
Finola was the first European hemp variety for growing seeds as a food source.
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Finola was the first European hemp variety for growing seeds as a food source.
Thats exactly what one of the Finnish guys who posts here told me when I was asking him about if Finola had any promise as a cannabinoid producer for high latitudes or other short season grows. I was told Finola is grown specifically for pressing hemp seed oil from and that the individual seeds aren't very large.
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Old 11-18-2018, 10:30 PM #15
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Henola produces 4x more seed than currently available varieties on the market. It's what makes it an improvement and therefore special. It's a superior variety for seed production, which is why I'm looking for it.



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