, the rawness of hemp butter, or anything else, depends on whoever is producing it. Rejuvenative Foods
, for example, offers raw butters, including hemp. It is simply ground up.
You could also just make your own inexpensively
. Just put in a blender -- and for hemp, you don't need a power blender because the seeds/nuts are very soft -- and process on medium or high till it turns to butter. Don't let it go too long or it will heat up; but the risk is low with hemp and it shouldn't get hot enough anyway.
This is how you make any butter, by the way -- just blend. Some people add oil to facilitate blending to drier nuts. So for example, if almond butter is too chalky, add a bit of almond oil (or other) to make it creamy. Also, most commercial butters are roasted or toasted so truly raw butters may taste different -- peanut butter and almond butters being the most common.
If you have a juicer, they usually come with an attachment for butters or icecreams; so you can use that as well.