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Re: Is hempseed oxalate?
 
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Re: Is hempseed oxalate?


I did fine for a while with pumpkin seeds. But after a while they started to give me cramping and somewhat screwed with  my electrolyte levels. Pumpkin seeds are considered as a mild diurectic. Nuts+seeds can be hard to digest/produce mucus because of their scatchy consistency.  It depends on the severity of your candida+how stong your digestion is on whether you can tolerate nuts+seeds. Nuts+ seeds need to be prepared properly as well to make them more digestable. Every now and then I can get away with some roasted sunflower butter/pecan butter. But I can only do it once every blue moon.

This website lists hemp milk as being high in oxalates. Some websites can vary in their levels of oxalates with foods.

http://immortalhair.forumandco.com/t4896-oxalate-absorption

I tried hemp and did cause flare ups, but that was my response.

 

 
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