Raw Label is the closest to its original form of hemp oil available. It has not been heated or filtered. If you prefer the least processed, raw is the way to go.
Raw hemp oil is 100% hemp oil (because nothing else is added), and out of that, 15%-18% is a combination of non-psychoactive phytocannabinoids. Below we’ll convert this percentage into a more accurate measurement to help you choose:
- 1 gram tube: 90mg (approx 30 servings)
- 3 gram tube: 270mg (approx 90 servings)
- 10 gram tube: 900mg (approx 300 serving)
- 1 grain of rice sized piece = 3mg high CBD hemp oil.
How To Use Pure Oil Concentrates
This oil is a thick paste-like substance, which makes measuring servings a little unique. The recommended serving size is the size of a grain of rice (as pictured above) once or twice daily. That can be safely increased or decreased as needed. The only negative side effect we’ve heard is stomach discomfort when excessively large amounts are consumed; a common anecdote when it comes to oil-based products.
Lab Tested Hemp Oil
Our hemp concentrates are manufactured in an FDA-registered cGMP certified laboratory following strict quality controls. Each batch is lab tested using high-tech liquid gas chromatography for accurate results. To make sure the results are correct and you’re always getting what’s advertised, we occasionally send blind-tests to a separate third party lab.
About Concentrated Oils (Raw, Blue, Gold)
Concentrated oils offer more phytonutrients than any other product type. Extracted from the stalks and seeds, this edible oil is full of active phytocannabinoids and other phytonutrients produced naturally by these plants.
Cannabinoids interact with CB1 and CB2 receptors, located all throughout our body’s endocannabinoid system. This system is believed to be responsible for various biological processes, with an overall goal of homeostasis.
When the oil is extracted from the hemp plant and does not go through any other processes, we get the Raw version.
Moving forward, the oil is heated in a lab to extract CO2; a process known as decarboxylation. This “activates” all the acid version of the cannabinoids. We now have the Blue version.
The final step is filtering the oil. This removes most of the extra plant parts and turns the thick, dark paste into an orange-tinted gel substance. The oil will now have a higher concentration by volume, but may contain fewer phytonutrients than the unfiltered versions. This is the Gold version
*FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program. This product does contain a naturally occurring trace amount of THC from legally imported Hemp Oil.