• Blue Label CBD Paste

Blue Label Paste Decarb - 3g (15.01% - 18%)

$43.99

If you want a no-frills way of taking CBD, look no further than Blue Label CBD Paste. This paste is a nearly-raw extract of CBD that is taken directly from the plant, heated up, and then packaged for use.


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If you want a no-frills way of taking CBD, look no further than Blue Label CBD Paste. This paste is a nearly-raw extract of CBD that is taken directly from the plant, heated up, and then packaged for use.

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  • If you want a no-frills way of taking CBD, look no further than Blue Label CBD Paste. This paste is a nearly-raw extract of CBD that is taken directly from the plant, heated up, and then packaged for use. It is an extremely potent form of CBD with a 15-18% concentration of the CBD.

    Blue Label itself is a dark, blue-colored paste. This blue color is a result of the heating process, known as “decarboxylation” or “decarb” for short. There is nothing added to the hemp oil to create this color.

    The decarb process also makes it pasty in nature, which is why the oil is packaged in syringes for easy use. Simply squeeze out a small amount on a spoon or finger, place it under the tongue and hold it for 30 seconds.

    Blue Label is a great product if you are looking for value. With just 3 grams of the paste, you get 90 whole servings of CBD. For many that is enough to last them three months!

    Each syringe contains 450 mg of CBD.

    • Raw hemp oil
  • How Many Milligrams of CBD Does Blue Label Contain?
    Each syringe contains 450 mg of CBD.

    What Are The Benefits of CBD Paste?
    The main benefit of Blue Label CBD paste is its concentration. You don’t need more than a tiny bit to experience the therapeutic benefits of CBD. A small amount the size of a grain of rice is enough to leave you feeling relaxed and happier for hours.

    What is the Difference Between Blue, Green and Gold Label Concentrates?
    The main difference between Blue Label and Green and Gold Labels is the process for producing the extract. Green Label is the most “raw” version of hemp extract. It is the first version of the oil that comes from the plant. The CBD oil is extracted from the plant and packaged. There are no filtration or heating processes at all.

    Blue Label is the next step in the line. This Blue Label extract is then heated up to a certain temperature to decarboxylate the oil.

    Gold Label is the last step. This Blue Label paste is taken and then filtered. It removes some of the bits of plant that inevitably get caught in the process and changes the color of the extract. The result is a yellow gel with a high phytocannabinoid concentration.

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