maanantai 18. kesäkuuta 2018

Who Is Rick Simpson and What Is Rick Simpson Oil (RSO)

Who Is Rick Simpson and What Is Rick Simpson Oil (RSO)?

After seeing a documentary highlighting the positive benefits of using cannabis, Simpson
inquired about medical marijuana but his doctor refused to consider it as a course of treatment.
He ended up sourcing cannabis of his own accord and saw a significant improvement in
his tinnitus and other symptoms.
In 2003, three suspicious bumps appeared on Simpson’s arm. The doctor agreed that the
bumps appeared to be cancerous and took a sample for a biopsy. Sure enough, the bumps
turned out to be basal cell carcinoma, a form of skin cancer.
Simpson had successfully treated his symptoms with cannabis in the past, and he had heard about a study from the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in which THC was found to kill cancer cells in mice.
He made the decision to treat his skin cancer topically, applying 
concentrated cannabis oil to a bandage and leaving the cancerous spots covered for several days.

After four days, he removed the bandages and the cancerous growths had disappeared.
Although his physician refused to acknowledge cannabis as a treatment alternative, Simpson was now a true believer in the medicinal powers of cannabis.
From then on out, he began cultivating his own cannabis and harvesting the plants to create his own specialized form of cannabis concentrate, now known as Rick Simpson Oil, or RSO.

It became his mission and goal to distribute cannabis oil to those who needed it, free of charge. He helped treat more than 5,000 patients with RSO, but his journey was not without its setbacks and struggles.
Simpson’s own doctor refused to acknowledge the benefits, and he faced arrest and
persecution in his native Canada.
His home was raided on multiple occasions and he had over 2,600 plants cut down and confiscated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, but Simpson persevered and continued to distribute cannabis oil.
To this day, he continues to spread the word of his findings.

How to Make DIY Rick Simpson Oil at Home

Making your own RSO at home is not difficult, and the process isn’t all that different from making cannabutter or other kinds of infused cannabis oil. Rick Simpson recommends
indica cannabis strains for best results, although patients may prefer to use the cannabis strains that work best for their medical condition.
Note: This recipe will produce the full 60 grams of oil for a 90-day treatment regimen.
If you’re looking for a smaller treatment course, you can easily divide the recipe into smaller amounts. For example, one ounce of cannabis will produce 3-4 grams of RSO.

  • 1 pound of dried cannabis material (indica strain)
  • 2 gallons of solvent – 99% isopropyl alcohol (can also use butane, ethanol, or other solvent)
  • 5-gallon bucket
  • A deep bowl
  • Wooden spoon for stirring
  • Cheesecloth
  • Rice cooker
  1. Place dry cannabis material into the 5-gallon bucket and pour in the solvent until the
    plant matter is covered.
  2. Stir and crush the plant material with your wooden spoon while adding the solvent to
    your mixture. Continue stirring the mixture for about three minutes while the THC
    dissolves into the solvent. This will dissolve about 80% of the THC into the solvent.
  3. Drain the solvent from the plant material into your bowl using the cheesecloth.
    Place the plant material back in the bucket and add more solvent. Continue stirring for
    another three minutes.
  4. Drain the solvent from your plant material into your bowl using the cheesecloth and
    discard the remaining plant material.
  5. Transfer your solvent to your rice cooker until it is about ¾ full and turn on your rice

Note: While you don’t necessarily need a rice cooker, if you’ve never made RSO before,
rice cookers are exceptionally useful in this instance for maintaining a slow, steady temperature.
If your mixture heats above 300 degrees Fahrenheit (148 degrees Celsius), the 
cannabinoids will cook off and the RSO will be unusable. It is not recommended to use a Crockpot or slow cooker, as this may overheat your mixture.
  1. The rice cooker should maintain a steady temperature between 210 and 230 degrees
    Fahrenheit (100 to 110 degrees Celsius), which is the correct heat setting for
    decarboxylation to occur.
  2. As the rice cooker heats up, the solvent will slowly evaporate. Continue to add your
    mixture to the rice cooker gradually.
Note: Make sure your rice cooker is in an open, well-ventilated area, and avoid all flames,
stovetops, sparks, and cigarettes, as the solvent is highly combustible.
  1. Once the solvent has evaporated, siphon the oil into your syringe for easy dosing.
    The RSO will be thick, so if you have trouble dispensing it, run the syringe under hot
    water and the RSO mixture should dispense with ease.

How to Use RSO

For medical patients, it is always recommended to consult your physician before starting
any new treatment regimen. However, as there are many physicians who refuse to discuss
cannabis as a course of treatment, proceed with the Rick Simpson method at your own
For one patient, the goal is to gradually consume 60 grams of Rick Simpson Oil over the
course of a 90-day period.

Week 1: Start with three doses every day
  • Each dose should be about the size of half a grain of rice and should be administered
    once every eight hours (in the morning, noon, and night). The first dose will be about
    ¼ of a drop of RSO.
Weeks 2 through 5: Double your dose every four days
  • The average person will take between three and five weeks to reach the full dosage of
    one gram of RSO per day.
Weeks 5 through 12: Take one gram of RSO daily until you’ve consumed the full 60 grams.
  • Eventually, the patient will be taking about 8-9 rice-sized drops of RSO every eight hours.
The taste of the RSO may be slightly bitter or unpleasant, so patients may prefer to ingest
the oil by swallowing it directly or mixing it with other foods, such as bananas, to help mask the taste.
Note: Do not try to dab RSO, as it is made with high-proof solvent and could be
adverse to one’s health.

Side effects mostly include sleepiness, which is a natural part of the healing process.
Increasing the dose gradually will help minimize the psychoactive effects and keep your
tolerance to a functional level. Daytime sleepiness should fade within three to four weeks.
After a 12-week regimen of RSO, the patient may want to continue the treatment but it
should be at a significantly reduced rate.
About one to two grams of RSO per month is enough for a regular maintenance dose.
Rick Simpson Oil should not be considered a cure-all for medical conditions, but many
patients have experienced significant relief from their medical symptoms and conditions
with the use of RSO.
Have you ever used RSO? How has it impacted your life?

Let us know in the comments!

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