What is the Blue Label?
Much like the raw (Green Label) oil, this is a thick, dark paste-like substance. To make this version, the raw oil is heated up to a specific temperature. Known as decarboxylation, this process is commonly used to “activate” all of the phytocannabinoids. If you want to a product that has the most phytonutrients possible without filtering the oil, then Blue Label is the perfect match for you.
Lab Tested Hemp Oil
Manufactured in an FDA-registered cGMP-certified laboratory, Proprietary Hemp Extract’s hemp concentrates conform to strict quality controls. These products are tested to verify the oil’s cannabinoid profile and check for mold, yeast, E. coli, and coliforms. For accurate results, every batch is lab tested using high-tech liquid gas chromatography. Proprietary Hemp Extract occasionally sends their products for blind-testing to a third-party lab.
Directions for Use
Note: The consistency may vary from batch to batch, so please use care when dispensing the first serving.
Packaged in an easy-to-use oral syringe, simply dispense the oil on your finger or a spoon. Place it under your tongue. Keep the oil under your tongue for about 60 to 90 seconds to allow the oil to absorb into your body. Swallow anything left over.
Due to the consistency of this product, measuring servings may seem a little tricky at first. As pictured on the left, a recommended serving is about the size of a grain of rice. Initially, you may choose to take this amount once or twice daily. If you are not feeling the full effects of the oil, you can safely increase or decrease the serving size as needed.
Note: As is common with oil-based products, you may experience stomach discomfort if you consume excessively large amounts. This is the only side effect known to Proprietary Hemp Extract.
- 1 grain of rice sized piece has about 4-5mg high-CBD hemp oil
Disclaimer: Do not take if pregnant or lactating. Always consult a medical doctor before modifying your diet or using any new product. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).