Our CBD Paste
CBD paste is a pure and undiluted form of CBD oil drops - the base extract from which full-spectrum CBD drops are made. This makes it a more concentrated form of hemp oil, offering more potency than other oral CBD alternatives. However, there are still hemp oil blends out there that contain higher amounts of CBD.
Read more about the effects of CBD oil here.
How is CBD Paste made?
CBD paste is a raw hemp extract that is produced using a CO2 extraction technique. This helps to separate the active compounds (like cannabinoids and terpenes) from the flowers and leaves of hemp plants, resulting in a dark-coloured, thick, paste-like substance that carries all the valuable elements of hemp.
Some producers fail to protect the purity of these extracts and might supplement their CBD paste with cocoa butter or coconut oil. Some others might try to artificially increase the cannabinoid content of the paste by adding CBD crystals to the extract.
At DNH we do not believe in altering these raw hemp derivatives at all, ensuring our products are immediately packed and stored after extraction. We keep our hemp extracts fresh and as close to the natural composition of the hemp plant as possible as we believe this offers the best possible effects on your endocannabinoid system (ECS).
Using CBD Paste
CBD paste can be diluted with a carrier oil, like hemp seed oil, to effectively create a bottle of full spectrum CBD oil. However, because of the thick structure of these extracts, this pure and unprocessed CBD paste is often manufactured in handy dosing syringes.
The Benefits of CBD Paste
Many people prefer CBD paste to CBD alternatives such as oil because CBD paste often contains a higher concentration of cannabinoids compared to most ‘standard’ CBD oils.
CBD paste from DNH contains approximately 16.5% of CBD when compared to 8% of the cannabinoid in our signature oil - hence why it is more difficult to enjoy a low dosage of cannabidiol with this type of extract compared to when you use CBD oil.
CBD Paste - FAQs
How do you use CBD paste?
CBD paste is best consumed under the tongue before a meal. For the best results, let the CBD paste rest under your tongue for about a minute and then swallow it.
There’s no fixed dosage for CBD paste but we recommend starting with a few mg of paste - the size of a rice grain - and slowly building up the CBD dosage if necessary after 10-14 days. It is also possible to mix the CBD paste in certain recipes or use it topically - as the organic substance is safe to use and consume in any way possible.
Note - it’s important to store your CBD paste in a cool and dark place.
What Ingredients does CBD Paste contain?
The raw hemp extracts in DNH’s CBD paste are in no way refined after extraction. This means that this full-spectrum ‘CBD paste’ contains more than just cannabidiol (CBD). In fact, you’ll also find a range of other active ingredients from the hemp plant in our CBD hemp paste syringes.
Active Ingredients include:
- Cannabidiol (CBD), as found in our 8% CBD oil
- Vegetal cannabinoids such as cannabidiol-acid or CBD-A
- Cannabigerol (CBG) - the main ingredient in our CBG oil
- Cannabichromene (CBC)
- Cannabinol (CBN)
- A variety of plant natural terpenes, including myrcene, pinene, and limonene
- Trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in most cases
All extracts legally may never contain more than 0.2% of THC, as this might cause a high or stoned feeling when consumed in higher concentrations.
Where can you buy CBD Paste?
At Dutch Natural Healing, we stock CBD paste in 2g, 5g, and 10g syringes for easy administration.
These CBD hemp extracts are better suited for taking larger doses when battling more serious issues. It should be noted that CBD paste is not always the logical next step when you’re trying to increase the effects of your cannabinoid supplement, especially considering the relatively low bioavailability of cannabinoids in their raw form.
If CBD paste does not provide you with the desired results, you can get in touch with us for advice and to discuss an alternative CBD product.