I don't remember why I first bought hemp seeds but I did... and ate a tablespoonful here and there. Last September, I think...
It made no noticeable difference. I guess the hulled seeds and little bits of hull staying in the mix didn't make it that appetizing. Had to brush my teeth after it... the kernels stuck to my teeth.
But when about a month ago I found out that coffee was going to kill me, lol, I was looking for something that could help. I wanted to go back to drinking tea, but I can't drink tea without milk. And tea without milk also tests too acidic for me. That was also the problem with coffee. I have a sensitive stomach and a damaged esophagus.
So I looked for information on how to make almond milk at home, and found out that hulled hemp seeds made great hemp milk... Tested it and lo and behold, they do. Much smoother and richer than almonds.
Sidenote: the author of the book isn't even willing to entertain the word: emotions. This should tell you something.
In the world of symbols, the level of words, most people use the words feeling and emotion interchangeably, but they are actually not even connected directly.
Feelings are a 13th floor phenomenon. They are as physical as anything, measurable, and make a lot of sense.
Emotions are a 15th floor phenomenon, and are entirely culturally defined. They are the marker feelings of words... and there is nothing that makes sense about them. Anything that is culturally defined is designed to confuse and enslave you. No kidding.