Q. Does Hemp Paste contain THC?
A. Technically, yes. However, the law requires the THC level in hemp to be below .03%
Q. Can I get high from Hemp Paste products?
A. No. You can’t get high from Hemp Paste products.
Q. Is Hemp paste legal to ship anywhere in the US?
A. We believe it is. However, with the state and local laws ever-changing, it's best to check with your particular state.
Q. Can Hemp Paste be shipped outside the US?
A. Yes, Hemp Paste is legal in many countries. Always check with the laws of the country where you are shipping.
Q. How do I administer or take the paste myself?
A. The most popular way is sublingual (under the tongue) until it dissolves. The paste has an earthy flavor so if it is a little off-putting, in the beginning, chase it down with water or juice. If that doesn't work, you can put it into a gel cap and take it that way. Some people take it with a small amount of our Canna CBD Chocolate Bar. If all else fails, it can be taken via suppository. The latter is actually for best absorption as it bypasses the stomach acids.
Q. What is the retail cost per milligram of CBD?
A. Hemp Paste is about 7 cents per milligram which is considerably lower than the rest of the industry.
Q. Are there any disadvantages to Hemp Paste in comparison to CBD oil?
A. Frankly no. One may experience a slightly bitter taste and smell similiar to cannabis. Some have said they taste a sweet taste. Others say there is more of an earthy taste. Our taste buds are all different so expect a difference from one to another.
Q. What dosage should I take?
A. Unfortunately, the FDA will not allow us to prescribe an exact dosage. However, Hemp Paste is dose-specific meaning each person may require a different amount. Everyone’s body chemistry is different so finding the correct amount will be up to the individual.
Q. What oils are used in making Hemp Paste?
A. Our preference is MCT (medium chain tri- glycerides) as it is a catalyst for the cannabinoids but coconut oil may also be used. We recommend organic whenever possible.
Q. Can you use Hemp Paste topically?
A. Yes, you can. We have a Hemp Cream that can be applied to the body in areas where there is pain, example: joint pain.
Q. How long will a jar of Hemp Paste last unopened?
A. If refrigerated and unopened, it will last 2 years. It is recommended that Hemp Paste be kept refrigerated so the ingredients don't separate. However, it is fine at room temperature, however, you may need to stir the paste before you take it.
Q. How much Hemp Paste is each jar?
A. there are 3 sizes available: 230mg (sample size) 1000mg 2000mg
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