Endoca Hemp Oil 2000mg CBD is for those seeking CBD in its most natural and pure paste form. Unlike other CBD products, Hemp Oil paste or extract is left with all it’s natural plant waxes, giving it a thick texture. Made using the gentle CO2 extraction method, and then heated to convert CBDa into CBD, this 20% CBD product is a great way to enjoy a concentrated form of CBD. Consume the paste as is or experiment with other natural oils to create your own edibles or topicals.
Medicinal benefits: This dietary supplement is thought to have a positive influence on general health and well being. It may help to reduce feelings of anxiety, mental- and physical stress. It may also reduce pain, cramps, muscle fatigue and inflammation. This product does not produce any psychoactive effects.
Ingredients: This supplement contains 2000mg of CBD (20%), low concentrations of other cannabinoids (CBDa, CBC, CBG, CBGa and CBN), terpenes (Myrcene, Limonene, Alpha & Beta-pinene, Linalool, B-caryophyllene, Caryophyllene oxide, Terpinolene and Humulene) and other natural molecules (cannabis plant waxes, nitrogenous compounds, amino acids, aldehydes, ketones, flavonoids, glycosides, vitamins, pigments, water, co-nutrients and co-factors). This whole hemp plant extract is vegan, kosher, and free from preservatives, artificial colors, dairy, gluten, sugar and wheat.
Laboratory testing: Endoca employs the most rigorous pharmaceutical standard control and laboratory testing, to ensure consistent potency and purity for all their products.
Use, Dosage and Storing: CBD Hemp Oil paste is generally taken using a syringe to measure out a small rice grain sized amount under the tongue. Begin with 1 grain, 3 times a day and increase dosage using the “uptritation” method until you have found the suitable amount for you. It is best to take this on an empty stomach to maximise absorption. Alternatively some use CBD paste to create edibles. Store your CBD paste in a cool, dry place.
Disclaimer: This product is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Before use or modifying your diet, always consult a medical expert, doctor or general practitioner.