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CBD Oil vs Hemp Paste

CBD Oils are made through a chemical extraction process using either butane, Co2, ethanol or alcohol, which destroys up to 99% of the terpenes. CBD oils DO NOT have a cannabis or hemp smell b/c the terpenes completely evaporate during the extraction process. Many companies are using artificial terpenes to ATTEMPT to cover up the damage done

A popular extraction method is butane extraction which leaves behind residue and is loaded with carcinogens

Due to the CBD oil chemical process, CBD oil has a harsh taste and leaves a burning sensation

Isolated CBD is inferior b/c it does not contain any terpenes and has only 1 out of the 118 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Thus, these products cannot create an entourage effect. CBD is NOT the only medicinal cannabinoid. Several trace cannabinoids such as cannabinoid 17Ca-5 are destroyed through extraction

Due to the fact that about 40% of the cannabinoids are lost and thrown in the trash and COSTLY extraction equipment is needed. Creating CBD oil is one huge expense that is passed on to the consumer

Artificial terpenes can be dangerous to your health

When CBD oil is extracted, it is a thick black tar and needs to be diluted/cut with an oil, such as coconut oil, before it can be sold. When a company concentrates, then dilutes an oil, it loses its medicinal value. Many companies brag about how potent their oil is, but this is misinformation

HEMP PASTE

Hemp Paste is the world’s ONLY non-extracted CBD product. No chemicals are used in the production process, and when you open a jar of Hemp Paste, you may wonder if it is legal as it smells just like the cannabis/hemp plant. This is because it contains the вЂ˜whole bud’ and the natural terpenes

Hemp Paste uses no chemicals and is cooked in a BPA-free glass mason jar

By nature, the hemp flower is biter but b/c the Hemp Paste is not chemically processed, the natural chlorophyll and terpenes are still intact thus leaving the natural flavors

Hemp Paste utilizes the full Hemp Spectrum, which focuses on all the naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes, not just CBD. There are more than 480 components in the cannabis and hemp plant, and all of these components are in the Hemp Paste

Hemp Paste is the lowest priced CBD/Hemp Spectrum product in the world. We can make this medicine 335 times cheaper than the CBD oil industry and pass a savings on to the consumer of greater than 50%. This makes this more affordable with a footprint thousands of times less.

Hemp Paste contains Natural Terpenes which are healthy for you

By nature, the flower is potent enough whereas concentrating it is futile. So, its natural potency is sufficient for any need. You want more potency? Ingest more

Hemp Paste is made by My Nutra of Woodland Park, CO. They are years ahead of most other companies in their growing and manufacturing processes. I have been researching various companies’ products and have decided to align with this company as they have more R&D than any other and remain faithful to ‘least processing methods’.

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Health CBD Oil vs Hemp Paste CBD Oils are made through a chemical extraction process using either butane, Co2, ethanol or alcohol, which destroys up to 99% of the terpenes. CBD oils DO NOT

What Is CBD Paste?

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The rising popularity of cannabidiol (CBD) means there are always new CBD products hitting the market.

You may be familiar with gummies, oils, and capsules. Did you know that there’s another form of CBD called CBD paste?

Below, we take a closer look at CBD paste and how it compares to other CBD products.

CBD paste is similar to other CBD products in that it contains CBD, but it differs a lot in terms of potency. It’s usually much more concentrated than other types of CBD.

Some companies add CBD paste to oils like MCT oil.

CBD paste is a good option for people who want or need to take higher doses of CBD, whether for a specific condition or because smaller doses don’t quite do the trick.

While the research on CBD is still coming out, what we know so far suggests that CBD might have a few benefits.

Some research points to CBD as a potential treatment for pain because it affects cannabinoid receptor activity and reduces inflammation.

Another study found that CBD may also help with pain related to multiple sclerosis (MS) and arthritis.

However, this study used Sativex, a type of prescription CBD spray not approved for use in the United States. Sativex also contains tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound in cannabis, which may contribute to its effects.

Some people also take CBD to help with:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • insomnia
  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Evidence also suggests that CBD may help with cancer-related pain and chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.

Additionally, CBD can help people with certain kinds of epilepsy. Epidiolex is currently the only drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that contains CBD. It’s available by prescription and specifically intended to treat epilepsy.

Other animal and human studies suggest that CBD may also:

  • Have antipsychotic effects. A 2015 review found this to be the case, though researchers note that more studies are needed.
  • Have anti-tumor effects. This was noted in a 2015 research review , but again, more research is needed.
  • Help with substance use treatment. A small review found that CBD may help with addiction to certain substances, including opioids, cocaine, and tobacco.

You might be wondering, why choose CBD paste over other forms of CBD, like gummies or capsules? Here are some advantages of CBD paste:

  • It’s a more effective way to take CBD in high doses (instead of taking several gummies or capsules, for example).
  • You need to take a smaller amount to get a higher dosage, which can help you avoid additives.
  • It’s often more cost effective.
  • You can use it to make your own edibles or CBD products.

However, there are also several drawbacks of CBD paste compared to other forms of CBD.

It’s a little harder to figure out dosage with paste. It often comes in syringe form. Because it’s hard to dispense, it’s easy to take too much, which can increase your risk for experiencing side effects.

Paste also has a strong taste. The paste-like consistency means you might end up with it stuck to your teeth and gums.

Here’s what you should look for when shopping for CBD products like CBD paste.

CBD source

You can choose between CBD isolate and full-spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD. If you prefer to stay away from THC, opt for an isolate. Know that by choosing an isolate, you’re not getting the full benefit of the entourage effect.

Potency

CBD paste is a lot more potent than other types of CBD. Keep this in mind when buying and taking it. It may not be the best product for people new to CBD.

Third-party testing

The FDA can take action against CBD companies that make false claims about their products.

But the FDA doesn’t currently guarantee that any over-the-counter CBD products are safe or effective. So, how can you be sure you’re buying a quality CBD product that is what it says it is?

Look for a certificate of analysis (COA). This means that the CBD paste has been tested for all sorts of contaminants, like pesticides, heavy metals, and molds.

The COA can also tell you whether the advertised potency is accurate or not, as well as which cannabinoids the product contains.

Hemp source

Look for companies that source their hemp in the United States, since U.S. hemp is subject to certain agricultural regulations. Bonus points for hemp that’s U.S.-certified organic.

Customer reviews

Look at customer reviews to get a sense of whether the company and its products have a good reputation. Reviews are a great baseline. If people are repeatedly mentioning the same problem, it’s usually a sign that that’s something to pay attention to.

CBD paste is a highly concentrated form of CBD. Learn how to shop for CBD paste and how to use it.