Pastes differ from oils, as they (should) contain a better overall phytonutrient profile. A good quality paste will contain higher levels of its cannabinoid constituents - including CBC, CBN and CBG. It will also contain higher amounts of chlorophyll, fatty acids, amino acids, flavonoids and terpenes. Essentially, a paste is more “concentrated” than an oil.
The main advantage oils have over pastes is ease of use. Pastes may also taste a little stronger, but if the oil is a true full spectrum, whole plant extract, then there won’t be a big difference in taste.
After extraction, rather than additional filtering, our raw paste extract is thinned out slightly (for ease of use) by adding a little MCT oil; this also aids absorption.
- Full Spectrum Hemp Extract
- CBD/CBDA: Ratio ~1:1
- CBGA/CBG: Ratio ~1:1
- MCT Oil
- Extracted by CO2
Push a small amount of paste out of the syringe and place under your tongue. Hold there for a minute before swallowing. There’s no fixed dosage. We recommend starting with a few mg of CBD paste and slowly building up the dosage. A way to measure is against a rice grain - a couple of rice grain size blobs of CBD paste is a good starting point, in order to gauge what you should be taking.