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18-Ounce Manitoba Harvest Organic Hemp Hearts Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Manitoba Harvest Organic Hemp Hearts Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds on sale listed below when you 'clip' the 30% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks The_Deal_R & TSolo315

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Amazon has a 30% off clip coupon for Manitoba Harvest Organic Hemp Hearts Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds, 7 Ounce (Pack of 1); with 10g Protein & 12g Omegas per Serving, Non-Gmo, Gluten Free [amazon.com]. You combine this with S&S saving to get it to as low as $4 (with 15% discount). Cheers.
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Coupon works on 18oz and 80oz as well, both better deals.
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Ends up being $7.4 for a lb if you get the 80 oz bag, vs Costco $10 per lb. Slick deal. Only question is how long will an open bag that big stay "fresh"? In for 1.
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Ends up being $7.4 for a lb if you get the 80 oz bag, vs Costco $10 per lb. Slick deal. Only question is how long will an open bag that big stay "fresh"? In for 1.
Store it in the fridge.
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looks like the 30% off coupon also works on the 24oz and 80oz "non-organic" versions of this product:

https://www.amazon.com/Manitoba-H...07PDHTT8N/

saves you another $.10 - $.20 per ounce if you don't care about organic.
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How do you guys eat these? With cereal? Or with what?
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How do you guys eat these? With cereal? Or with what?
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Cereal, oatmeal, smoothies, yogurt.
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Will this show up on drug tests?
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How do you guys eat these? With cereal? Or with what?
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Bake with them as well.. In muffins like a poppy seed muffin but Hemp Hearts instead. Great protein and a nice nutty flavor
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Not sure why but on the 5lb natural bag I got extra savings so after S&S, coupon as savings mine comes out to $19.90 for the bag. Slick deal indeed! 😊
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Will this show up on drug tests?
No, the THC levels are quite low.
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Foods containing seeds or oil of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa L.) are increasingly found in retail stores in the U.S. The presence of delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in these foods has raised concern over their impact on the results of workplace drug tests for marijuana. Previous studies have shown that eating hemp foods can cause screening and confirmed positive results in urine specimens. This study evaluated the impact of extended daily ingestion of THC via hemp oil on urine levels of its metabolite 11-nor-9-carboxy-delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC-COOH) for four distinct daily THC doses. Doses were representative of THC levels now commonly found in hemp seed products and a range of conceivable daily consumption rates. Fifteen THC-naïve adults ingested, over four successive 10-day periods, single daily THC doses ranging from 0.09 to 0.6 mg. Subjects self-administered THC in 15-mL aliquots (20 mL for the 0.6-mg dose) of four different blends of hemp and canola oils. Urine specimens were collected prior to the first ingestion of oil, on days 9 and 10 of each of the four study periods, and 1 and 3 days after the last ingestion. All specimens were screened for cannabinoids by radioimmunoassay (Immunalysis Direct RIA Kit), confirmed for THC-COOH by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS), and analyzed for creatinine to identify dilute specimens. None of the subjects who ingested daily doses of 0.45 mg of THC screened positive at the 50-ng/mL cutoff. At a daily THC dose of 0.6 mg, one specimen screened positive. The highest THC-COOH level found by GC-MS in any of the specimens was 5.2 ng/mL, well below the 15-ng/mL confirmation cutoff used in federal drug testing programs. A THC intake of 0.6 mg/day is equivalent to the consumption of approximately 125 mL of hemp oil containing 5 microg/g of THC or 300 g of hulled seeds at 2 microg/g. These THC concentrations are now typical in Canadian hemp seed products. Based on our findings, these concentrations appear to be sufficiently low to prevent confirmed positives from the extended and extensive consumption of hemp foods.
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Thanks OP. Got 5 bags of the 5lbs. last time around for $32.xx. This deal after coupon comes out to $30.xx.
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Never tried it, what does it taste like? Anyways do you know that some holistic practitioners do not recommend these because they have barely any history of regular human consumption? Until recently... They say that even the native peoples where hemp grows would avoid eating them unless absolute famine conditions.... There must be a reason, any clues?
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