People of average intelligence may not be aware that DNA can be damaged and repaired.
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a hereditary material found in humans, animals, and organisms.
Oxidation, UV radiation from the sun, radiation from X-rays, viruses, plant toxins, and man-made chemicals are just some of the reasons behind the damaging of DNA. Furthermore, damaged DNA may lead to diabetes, cancer, Parkinson's Disease, premature aging, and other conditions. Hence, the need to repaid DNA.
Cells cannot function properly if the DNA is damaged. However, the cells can, through chemical processes, reverse the damage themselves.
Hempseed and/or Hemseed oil (Hemp is a term reserved mainly for low tetrahydrocannabinol varieties of the plant Cannabis sativa) have been found to be a factor in DNA repair.
Hemp has the perfect 3:1 ratio of Omega fatty acids (Omega 3 and Omega 6) needed by the human body. One ‘job’ of Omega 3 is cellular repair. Hemp is 65% protein, 35% of which is globulin edestin protein. It is the protein that is closest to human globulin, and is very easily digestible by the body.