I’ll tell you about Rick Simpson oil

Rick Simpson oil (rSO) is a highly potent, dark brown/black oil derived from the flowers of the marijuana plant.

It contains a variety of healing compounds and is unusually high in THC, but the oil was named after scientist Rick Simpson, a medical cannabis activist from Canada.

When Simpson was suffering from skin cancer, he made a cannabis oil and applied it to his skin; a few days later, the cancer spots on his skin were gone. RSO is a high-potency cannabis extract that is distinguished by its high levels of THC! RSO is available at cannabis dispensaries in states where medical and/or recreational cannabis use is legal. When combined with other therapies, RSO may be able to aid in cancer treatment… THC-containing cannabis oils can help with nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy, as well as treat pain and improve appetite. THC has been shown in animal studies to potentially slow tumor growth, prevent cancer cells from spreading, and even kill cancer cells. RSO has also been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of arthritis, asthma, chronic inflammation, depression, drug addiction, high blood pressure, insomnia, and multiple sclerosis. Individuals may also use RSO for pain, nausea, loss of appetite, and other symptoms associated with these conditions… However, there is little evidence that RSO directly cures cancer, so patients are advised to continue their recommended medical treatment. Furthermore, due to RSO’s high potency, overconsumption can result in severe side effects such as tachycardia and paranoia. Individuals using RSO should not drive or operate heavy machinery. It is recommended to be aware of potential drug interactions with RSO if taking other medications, but medications with potentially negative interactions include antidepressants, opioids, sedatives, and others.

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