The 30% CBD paste has been purified twice using the premium extraction method to give it its distinct flavour and potency. The multiple purification process helps to further remove waxes and plant materials to leave a more purified finish of deluxe 30% CBD paste.
Stock Update: 10g is due back in stock from midday on 24th Sept. 2020. You can purchase it now and orders will go out on Friday 25th Sept.
Whole Plant CBD Paste (also known as CBD extract) is a great way to take CBD. The CBD paste has a more condensed finish, as there is no oil carrier mixed with the extract and it is full of the pure hemp goodness. Available in a range of strengths from 20% (2000mg) through to 30% (3000mg) CBD. Option to buy different sizes starting from a 1g sample size up to 10g.
What is CBD Paste?
This is a pure extract taken from the hemp plant before it is mixed with an oil carrier such as hempseed oil or olive oil. The CBD paste range contains the pure cannabinoid extract with nothing else added to it. It looks like tar and has a strong earthy taste. The paste extract is taken by squeezing a small amount out of a container (one portion is equivalent to 1-3 grains of rice in size), then taking it orally.
The Entourage Effect
Seeking a great quality CBD supplement is about much more than the content of CBD. At Amma Life we are passionate about the use of whole plant extracts in our products. This refers to whole plant CBD oils, CBD paste & water soluble CBD supplements. Our CBD products contain a wide array of health-promoting compounds found in the natural plant, which includes a spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes in trace elements. The ‘whole plant CBD oil’ or ‘Full Spectrum CBD paste’ is where you are getting the whole plant and all of its hemp goodness!
Buying whole plant CBD containing the full spectrum of compounds is preferable. The entourage effect refers to the synergy between all the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids in the plant which work together like an orchestra, each one supporting and complementing each other. While cannabidiol (CBD) may take the lead position, it’s still important that we include all the other components as well, rather than a single CBD isolate.