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Are you buying CBD oil bought off the high street?

If so, you might be wasting your money.


CBD Isolate has 1 compound. Full Spectrum CBD Oil has around 62 compounds on average, while whole plant full spectrum hemp has the CBD component and 500 or more other compounds

Let's tackle some basic questions.

What is Hemp?

Hemp is the common name for a variety of the fiber plant Cannabis sativa. It is the non-psychoactive cousin of marijuana. To be classified as hemp, a cannabis plant cannot contain more than 0.3% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The high amount of THC in marijuana is what makes people feel high. Because both are cannabis, many people mistakenly think that hemp and marijuana are the same, when they are not. In the United States, the main difference between both is that hemp is federally legal, while marijuana is not.

Hemp in the USA is ONLY classified as hemp if it contains less than 0.3% THC.

In most US states, if the hemp tests over 0.3% it will then be called marijuana.

In UK the limit is 0.16%

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid found in industrial hemp that is safe, non-psychotic and offers a robust therapeutic profile.

CBD oil is a safe alternative to pharmaceuticals that could have harsh side effects and has been studied for its potential in treating many common health issues.

Is isolated CBD as effective as it could be?

Traditional CBD oils are chemically extracted.

Isolates and falsely claimed full-spectrum CBD oils use only a small portion of the hemp plant.

These oils only contain partial components of the healing plant, meaning, you’ll never achieve the entourage effect.

⁃ CBD Isolate has 1 compound

⁃ Full Spectrum CBD Oil has around 62 compounds on average

⁃ Whole Plant/Hemp Spectrum/Hemp Paste™ has 500 + compounds

CBD Isolate works alone only targeting some CB2 receptors and has fewer benefits. It does not have as big of an impact as full and broad-spectrum hemp extracts do.

The whole plant delivers the full range of medicinal benefits.

The entire CBD oil industry removes critically important constituents from the plant to make CBD oil.

The magnitude of this mistake is truly a billion-dollar blunder.

What are hemp's potential medical benefits?

The claimed benefits of CBD are wide-ranging.

CBD is believed to help manage anxiety, depression, inflammation, insomnia, and chronic pain.

The benefits of Hemp paste with full content CBD plus all the other synergistic compounds will be even greater.

What is the Entourage Effect?

Scientists call the synergy of the different cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids found in hemp working together the “entourage effect.”

These components interact with the human body to produce a stronger therapeutic influence than any one of these components alone.

A large part of alternative medicine revolves around using the entire plant for medicinal purposes rather than isolating the main active ingredient.

The effects of many cannabinoids found in broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD formulas work together and have far better results than an isolated cannabinoid such as CBD working alone.

When you take broad or full-spectrum hemp extracts, the variety of cannabinoids seek out areas of the body out of balance. The entourage effect occurs as the cannabinoids support each other on their mission to restore homeostasis and maintain wellness.

Why is Hemp Paste recommended?

Unlike CBD oil, Hemp Paste™ is NOT chemically extracted from the hemp plant.

Instead, the whole hemp plant is ground up and mixed with MCT oil (Coconut Oil) that helps transfer as many Phytoconstituents into the bloodstream as possible.

Both CBD oil and Hemp Paste come from the same plant, but CBD oil goes through an unnecessary extraction process using either Co2, Ethanol, Alcohol, or Butane.

All these methods cause medicinal damage and product waste.

The whole hemp flower (Hemp Spectrum) contains cannabinoids, terpenes, flavanoids, cannflavins, enzymes, nutrients, and a whole array of phytochemical constituents.

All these naturally occurring compounds work together making synergistic results within the body.

⁃ CBD Isolate has 1 compound

⁃ Full Spectrum CBD Oil has around 62 compounds on average

⁃ Whole Plant/Hemp Spectrum/Hemp Paste™ has 500 + compounds



Delicious peppermint-flavoured full spectrum paste. It melts under the tongue. Tried, tested and recommended.

Available in two sizes of pots 5oo mg and 2000mg

We also sell small trial pouches of 60 mg or 100 mg


Easy use affordable sachet to sample the product from £5.99.


We have partnered with Plant Therapy which is one of the top producers of essential oils in the world. They have perfected blends of essential oils for specific therapeutic treatments. Then, we blend micron ground Hemp Paste with the essential oils to create very effective Hemp Cream treatments.



Cocoa Butter, Hemp Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Virgin Olive Oil, Beeswax, Hemp Paste™, Frankincense, Neem Oil, Myrrh Oil, Cassia Oil, Cinnamon Oil, EMU Oil.

When milling the hemp flower, we leave a small number of large particle sizes of hemp fibers to help stimulate the blood flow to the skin surface. This helps draw the micron size phytocannabinoids through the dermal layer for better absorption.

Hemp Paste™ is NOT EXTRACTED. Meaning all of the naturally occurring compounds can work synergistically together. This creates a more balanced system for your body, while remaining cost-effective and eco-friendly.



So how much should I take? Users of Hemp Paste™ commonly claim that it takes less Hemp Paste™ than CBD oil to see results. In his presentation, Sidarta Ribeiro explained how this is possible. Watch here: Mr. Ribeiro said, “you can increase the amount of CBD and it will not make the product more effective. It will only become more effective when you have all the compounds together.”

This means with Hemp Paste™ you spend less money and receive better results. The FDA does not allow us to prescribe a daily dose.

A popular method is to calculate milligrams by half of your body weight.

Example: If you weigh 180 lbs. then half of that is 90 or 90 mg dose.

That is about 4.5 dosing spoons as 1 dosing spoon is about 20 mg of Phytocannabinoids.

Each dosing spoon is 1/8th of a teaspoon. That is the popular dosage on the internet BUT because Hemp Paste™ takes fewer milligrams per product, you might not need so much. That must sound like good news to your ear.

Before you choose the ½ of your body weight suggestion, we highly recommend starting out slow.

Start out slow with one scoop on day 1 and each day add another scoop to the total until you get the results you want. For example: Day 1 = 1 Scoop Day 2 = 2 Scoops Day 3 = 3 Scoops Day 4 = 4 Scoops Day 5 = 5 Scoops and then maybe keep increasing OR decreasing intake based on how you feel.


The amount of cannabinoids you take is based on what illness you have. For preventive reasons, most people would take a lower dose compared to stage 4 cancer.

One of the most common mistakes is taking only one scoop a day and wondering why it doesn’t work.

Another common mistake is not taking it regularly.


CAPSULE VS SUBLINGUAL The best bang for the buck (get your money’s worth) is to administer it sublingually but some people dislike the natural bitter flavor of the plant.

If the taste bothers you, you may put it in a gel capsule or chase it down with water.


Yes! Even if you’ve tried “pure” isolates, full-spectrum, and/or nano CBD and regardless of the result, you NEED to try Hemp Past

Not only does CBD oil create serious waste but there is also serious damage that occurs through chemical extraction. Extraction destroys MOST of the medicinal phytoconstituents. So why wouldn’t you want to try Hemp Paste, which isn’t extracted at all?


It is a well-known fact that inflammation is associated with almost every known disease.

Hemp/CBD/Hemp Paste is a billion-dollar industry because it is known as the #1 anti-inflammatory product on planet earth.


Available in two sizes of pots 5oo mg and 2000mg

We also sell small trial pouches of 60 mg or 100 mg

We have the Hemp paste cream to be used direct on the skin.

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This content is for informational and educational purposes only.

It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician.

All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Mark Playne, NOTB nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content.

All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.




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