A Snack That Loves You Back- August 12 2016

Summer       Heat       Super       Food

8 or 10 large leaves of kale, julienned – ( to easily julienne,
trim leaf from stalks and roll,cut roll in half lengthwise,
turn back then chop roll in julienne slices
2 cups of red cabbage , julienned
3 medium cooked beets, grated- cook only till still firm
Buckwheat groats, cooked and equaling 2 cups ( 1 cup of water to ½ cup groats )
½  cup  Bo's Buds  Hemp Hearts
½ cup roasted sunflower seeds
½  cup pumpkin seeds

Combine all in large bowl and add following Hemp Dressing :
1/3 cup Bo's Hemp Seed Oil
¼  cup apple cider vinegar
2 tablespoons wheat free tamari
2 teaspoons dried and crumbled Oregano
Yield 10 Servings .. Will keep refrigerated for 4 or 5 days .

Food That Loves You Back July 18 2016

The Ten Most Wanted Wholesale Price List


  1. Bo’s Hemp Buds: 400g - $12 / 1000g - $27
  2. Bo’s Turbo Boost: 400g - $28
  3. Bo’s Hemp Seed Oil: 500ml - $18
  4. Bo’s Hemp oil Caps: 100 caps - $19
  5. Bo’s Spice: 100g - $7


  1. Bo’s Own Cosmetic Oil: 250mil - $18
  2. Bo’s Own Mud: 100ml - $18
  3. Bo’s Own Restorative Cream: 100ml - $22
  4. Bo's Own Magnesium Cream: 100ml - $23
  5. Bo’s Own Magnesium Cream: 100ml - $23


  1. Bo’s Hempaw Kibblets: 300g - $8

Hempseed Protein is essential for human health, and should be eaten every day.


  1.  Hempseed contains all nine essential amino acids
  2.  Hempseed contains more usable protein per gram than almost all other foods
  3.  Hempseed does not contain trypsin inhibitors
  4.  Hempseed contains easily digestible protein
  5.  Hempseed contains the perfect 2.5:1 balance of essential fatty acids
  6.  Hempseed farming is beneficial to the environment
  7. Hempseed is naturally hypoallergenic
  8. Hempseed is visibly free of contaminants and additives
  9. Hempseed reduces inflammation, cholesterol and the risk of blood clots
  10. Hempseed is really easy to add to any diet


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1.) Complete Protein Source

Did you know that hemp seeds are considered to be one of the most nutritionally complete food sources in the world? Hemp is unique in that it is a complete plant-based protein. Containing all of the essential amino acids, hemp provides a large dosage of protein – key to building and repairing muscle. In fact, neither beans, nuts, peas, nor grains provide the nutritional scope of hemp seeds.

2.) Boosts Immunity

Hemp seeds contain a high concentration of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, essential to the transportation of oxygen to cells throughout the body. And when cells have more oxygen, they’re better able to block bacterial, fungal, and even viral infections, making hemp seeds an all-natural immune booster.

3.) Contains All Essential Amino Acids

Amino acids are often referred to as the building blocks of life. Responsible for vital functions such as repairing tissues, breaking down food, stabilizing hormones, the amino acids impact nearly every single process in our bodies. Hemp seeds’ unique composition contains all 20 amino acids along with all 9 essential amino acids.

4.) Alleviates Dry, Itchy Skin

Because hemp seeds are so high in fatty acids, they are incredibly effective for dry, itchy, or scaly skin. For maximum relief, why not turn to topical hempseed oil? Whether dealing with a serious skin condition or just dry winter skin, hempseed oil can be an effective remedy. In fact, when scientists compared hempseed oil to olive oil for individuals suffering from atopic dermatitis, they discovered that the skin retained more moisture after hempseed oil intervention.

5.) Facilitates Weight Loss

Did you know that hemp is a natural appetite suppressant? Fuelling the body with a balanced dose of proteins, fibre, vitamins, and essential fats, hemp seeds can help you feel full longer while also reducing sugar cravings. Consider adding a couple of tablespoons of seeds to your breakfast to curb excess hunger cravings throughout the day.

6.) Loaded with Fiber

Women need about 25 grams of fibre per day while men need around 38 grams. However, according to the Dietary Guidelines, fibre is a nutrient most Americans are lacking in their diet. Eating an adequate amount of fibre is critical for lowering your risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, colon cancer, and more. Whole hemp seeds are comprised of 10 to 15 percent fibre!

7.) Improves Digestive Health

Fibre-rich hemp seeds are also beneficial for your digestive health. Whole hemp seeds are packed with insoluble fibre, which helps remove toxins from the body while also supporting a healthy digestive track. If you’re looking to keep your gut in great shape, there are few treats as nutritious and fibre-rich than a handful of hemp seeds.

8.) Nourishes Hair, Skin, and Nails

Tired of dull, lifeless, and dry hair? You may want to try hemp seeds. Infused into numerous high-end cosmetic products, hempseed oil penetrates the inner layers of the skin to promote healthy cell growth – a recipe for smooth skin, luscious locks, and strong nails.

9.) Consumed Raw, Cooked, or Toasted

Sprinkle raw hemp seeds on a salad or blend them into a smoothie for a healthy treat. Hemp seeds are a highly versatile snack that can be consumed in just about every way you can imagine. No matter your taste preferences, there’s a hemp seed recipe for you.

10.) Packed with Vitamins and Minerals

Hemp is a powerhouse plant-based protein loaded with vitamins and minerals. A single dose of hemp seed supplies the body with calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, and potassium in addition to Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D, and even Vitamin E!

11.) Superior Dairy Replacement

Although other alternatives to dairy milk exist, they pale in comparison to hemp milk. An ideal alternative for vegans and individuals with lactose intolerance, hemp milk is a great choice for those facing dietary restrictions or for people who are simply tired of drinking cow milk or soymilk. Not only is hemp milk easier to digest than soymilk, it also provides an ideal ratio of essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

12.) Prevents Onset of Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease

Hemp seeds are primarily comprised of unsaturated fats – key to fighting off the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. According to the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, individuals with a diet high in unsaturated fats are at a reduced risk for developing memory impairment. Additional research suggests that the omega-6 in hemp seeds provide “high pharmaceutical value for degenerative diseases.”

13.) Lowers Bad Cholesterol

Adding hemp seeds to your meals is an easy yet effective way to keep your cholesterol in check. A fantastic source of essential fatty acids (aka the good fat), hemp seeds reduce levels of unhealthy fats by preventing the build-up of plaque in the arteries. In addition, researchers have discovered that the elevated omega-3 levels in hemp seed are remarkably adept at breaking down cholesterol while preventing blood clotting – essential to keeping heart attacks and strokes at bay.

14.) Provides Increased and Sustained Energy Levels

Find yourself scrambling for an afternoon pick me up? Turns out you may want to grab some hemp seeds before another cup of coffee. Balancing blood sugar levels, hemp seeds have shown to possess anti-fatigue effects. While the impact on humans is limited, one study found that the immune systems of mice administered hemp seed protein displayed increased energy levels, allowing them to swim for longer periods of time.

15.) Reduces Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is associated with life-threatening disorders such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. The high intake of omega-6 fatty acids relative to omega-3 acids in the typical Western diet creates a chronic cycle of inflammation. Praised for its high concentrations of omega-6 fatty acid GLA, hemp seeds naturally reduce inflammation.

16.) Improves Blood Circulation

Poor blood circulation is not only uncomfortable, it can be dangerous. Left untreated, insufficient circulation can cause damage to the brain, heart, kidney, liver, and limbs. Hemp seeds’ essential fatty acids make them highly effective in reducing blood cholesterol, plaque build-up, and high blood pressure for proper blood circulation.

17.) Healthy Substitute for Nuts

Have intolerance to nuts? If so, you may discover that hemp seeds are a great alternative. Featuring a rich nutty flavour, hemp seeds offer a safe and tasty substitute. Toss in a few seeds with some greens or roast them in the oven for a full flavour profile.

18.) Regulate Hormones

Hormones play an important role in the body. Functioning as chemical messengers, hormones regulate many different processes in the body such as the digestive system, immune system, reproductive system, and much more. Because hemp has the perfect ratio of omega-fatty acids (essential to hormone regulation) hemp seeds are a healthful addition to any diet.

19.) Controls Blood Sugar

Hyperglycaemia, otherwise known as high blood sugar, can increase your risk of diabetes as well as pose a serious risk to your kidney, heart, and neurological system. Hemp seeds high fibre content along with healthy fats help support a healthy heart by naturally moderating blood sugar levels.

20.) Natural Cancer Fighter

Hemp seeds’ perfect fatty acid profile of omega-3 fats and Gamma-linolenic acid, GLA, naturally balance and strengthen the immune system. Although the research is limited, scientists are finding that consuming hemp seeds could be part of a healthy anti-cancer and natural treatment plan.



Hemp is beneficial to equines in many ways: May 30 2016

  • Joint Function
  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Healthy Skin, Coat, Manes & Tails and Eyes – Omega 3's for Eye Health and Omega 6's for Healthy Hair and Skin
  • Digestive Health
  • Reduced Inflammation – Both Active and Non-Active
  • Insulin Resistance
  • Promotes Calmness and Reduces Nervousness
  • Turns Hard keepers into Easy keepers
  • Prevents Tie Up
  • Builds Immune System Response

•The EFAs in hemp promote cell membrane health, which enables cells to obtain optimum nutrition and expel harmful waste products from the body. Its anti-inflammatory properties are crucial when dealing with horses that are suffering from laminitis or ringbone.
•The EFAs in hemp promote cell membrane health, which enables cells to obtain optimum nutrition and expel harmful waste products from the body. Its anti-inflammatory properties are crucial when dealing with horses that are suffering from laminitis or ringbone.

•Hemp is more easily digested then commonly used flax…also, horse's fed flax daily can build up a resistance to it, but with hemp they cannot.

•The addition of hemp to your horse's diet will help with the absorption of the other supplements that your horse is fed.

Other Uses: Hemp is an Ideal source of protein for horses and Ponies in High Performance, Breeding Programs, or Pleasure Riding Horses.


FROM 1st JUNE - 15th JUNE 2016


BO'S HEMPAW OIL!  A pure honest dose of goodness! This popular daily supplement of cold-pressed hemp oil is nourishing and healing for pets and horses alike. Simply add listed amount to wet or dry feed, soaks right in.  500ml

 BO'S HEMPAW KIBBLETS!  A dietary supplement for exceptional pets! Improve their diet by simply shaking on this nutrient-rich, gluten-free, crushed, hulled hemp seed to dry or wet food. Source of Omegas 3, 6, 7, and 9, iron, protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals.  150g

BO'S HEMPAW GREENBITES - PEPPERMINT!  Incredible, natural hemp treats for your equine friends. Gluten free, 100% hemp seed fines (which include all the nutritious aspects of the seed: husk, shell, nut, and chlorophyl) are pressed into pellets for healthy hearts and shiny coats. We have then added a hint of food-grade peppermint essential oil to aid with digestion.  Barn tested - Horse and Pony approved!  210g


Why You Should Eat Raw Hemp Seeds Every Day May 13 2016

As far as the nut and seed world goes, hemp seeds are like the straight A++++

 A couple of spoonfuls of hemp seeds packs a serious amount of essential nutrients, they’re easy to eat and cook with, and they have a pleasantly nutty taste, like a cross between a sunflower seed and a pine nut. And no, they won’t get you remotely high. Here’s everything you need to know about how to buy and eat these little seeds.

Eating shelled hemp seeds, or hemp hearts, is as simple as sprinkling a spoonful or two into smoothies or on top of cereal or salads.

People with gluten sensitivity can use hemp seeds as a substitute for breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish.

Just like you can blend almonds and water to make almond milk, you can do the same with hemp seeds for hemp seed milk, which you can use as an alternative to dairy milk in drinks and recipes.

Because of its nutty flavour, hemp seeds make a great substitute for people with nut allergies—you can dry-toast them over low heat to bring out even more of that nuttiness.

Hemp seed oil should be used as a finishing oil, rather than a cooking or frying oil, since the delicate omega fatty acids will break down during the cooking process, stripping the oil of its nutritional benefits. Instead, use it to make salad dressings, or drizzle over pasta, grilled veggies, or popcorn.

Gazpacho: With summer round the corners here is a great Cool Summer Soup.


  • 3 ripe tomatoes
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 chopped red pepper
  • 1 tablespoon fresh basil
  • 1/2 cup Bo's hemp hearts
  • 1/4 cup fresh lemon or lime juice
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 Bo's Spice
  • Cucumber & roughly chopped tomato to garnish


Whiz all the ingredients through the blender (except the cucumber). Makes about 4 cups. Serve in bowls and garnish with chunks of cucumber & tomotoe. Serve chilled.

Remember now you are eating hemp hearts every day you can buy in bulk at wholesale prices.

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 Organic Hemp Seed Oil is a natural antioxidant, so it's an excellent anti-aging, incredibly moisturizing balm for your skin that is non-sticky and readily absorbed! It is a very effective all natural moisturizer, because it is dense in Omega 3, 6, and 9 oils that do not clog pores.

 Organic Hemp Seed oil contains anti-inflammatory agents which multiply the oil's already natural antioxidant properties. This provides excellent cleansing and toning properties, and it even reduces uneven skin tone. This essential oil naturally contains Calcium and Potassium, making it even more beneficial for your skin.

Adding it to your daily natural skincare system will also give you natural sun protection from harmful UVA's. It has been proven to heal and prevent skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema, acne and dry skin as well.


Organic Hemp Seed oil produces no ''high'' in humans because it does not contain the intoxicating compound Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

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Healthy Healing with Hemp Beauty Products! October 01 2015

You know that hemp oil is great for your health, but did you know it also works wonders for your skin? Your skin is your largest organ, and absorbs everything you put onto it – including the chemicals and toxins found in many mainstream brands. The Bo’s Own collection of hemp soaps, muds, and hemp oil for skin has everything you need to strip your personal care routine of harsh chemicals and synthetic ingredients.

Shine Away the Winter Blahs with Bo's Nurish! March 11 2015

Clean and and protect all-natural surfaces such as leather, wood and stone. This non-toxic hemp oil is ideal to weatherproof and protect cutting boards, patios, flagstone, furnishings, saddles, fine leathers and more.

Hempy Holidays! December 22 2014

What an exciting year at High On Health! In addition to our Collingwood flagship location, a brand spanking new High On Health store is now welcoming you in the heart of beautiful, downtown Barrie!    

Hemp Eyewear is on the way! November 26 2014

The makers of this hemp eyewear have begun production on their incredible design, and hemp sunglasses will soon be available at High On Health!