This medication guideline is to be used for products, cannabis oils, that are only recommended by Rick Simpsons Oil. Here are the prevailing guidelines for using cannabis oil to treat cancer, however, remember that diet, lifestyle and exercise are just as important. Please consider the moment to read the information below. If you are still engaged in the oils and have any further questions, please do let us know.
There is a lot of misinterpretation of using the oils to treat cancer, essentially the necessary dosages. To administer cancer, much higher dosages are required. The rule of pollex is 60 grams in 90 days or closest thereto. Both CBD and THC in their own right are both active cannabinoids for treating cancer.
Our best advice would be to come up with a prescription plan, whatever it may be and stick to it. Often people tend to hop around in despair and end up losing the battle before anything was given the chance to work.
Diet is step 1, Alkaline and no sugar!
Utmost people we treat choose Rick Simpson oil over traditional western medicines that have let them down. No one likes to get high! If the oils are applied correctly this can be avoided conjointly. Often people choose to go the Rick Simpsons Oil route in coincidence with chemotherapy. Cannabis oils even in much lesser dosages, using tinctures, will help with the symptoms of cancer and chemo. Essentially, pain, nausea, apathy, and sleep.
Cancer medications usually last anywhere between 3 to 6 months. We recommend a scan after 3 months. Please recognise that there is no one-size-fits-all strategy when it comes to dosing – it’s different for everyone and dosages vary depending on the individual.
STORAGE OF CANNABIS OILS
Cannabis lubricants are properly kept in the fridge when not being used. If this is not possible, store in a cool dry dark closet. The lubricants have a shelf life of many years.
DIRECTION FOR USE
For dosing applying a tincture, do not dilute in water or juice. It’s easiest to perfectly dispense the drops from a tincture into a teaspoon and then consume. Otherwise drop directly into your mouth.
CBD is sour and if you are “uncomfortable” with or dislike, the taste then you can take with a little honey to sweeten it.
Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil
Cannabidiol (CBD) refers to Cannabis oil with a high content ratio of CBD which promotes general good health and well-being, avails neurological disorders and treats various illnesses, specifically cancer. CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory and definitely treats the pain associated with inflammation. CBD is not psychoactive, doesn’t get you ‘high’, but unlike the nutrient supplement
The Rick Simpsons Oil strain used in the CBD products we endorse is a 20:1 strain (CBD to THC).
Dosage: Dependence on type and stage of cancer. The minimum desirable dosage is half rice grain 1x daily or 3x daily. It’s evermore best to last CBD in your system. If one is weak to dose 3x a day, twice will have to do. In later grades of cancer or with more aggressive forms of cancer greater dosages of the oil are necessary.
Added Benefits of Cannabis Oil
CBD cannabis lubricant, taken alone, effectively prescribes the following conditions;
• General Health Wellbeing
• Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
• Heart Disorder
THC Oil (Delta 9)
Suppositories allow one to manage the very high dosages of THC cannabis oils required to treat cancer. Suppositories bypass the liver and are hence relatively non-psychoactive conceding for a high dosage, 500mg, from the onset. THC Suppositories do not make you high.
In the case where cancer began or has spread to the liver, it is vital to take a higher oral dose of THC as suppositories are not as effective.
Dosage: 500mg THC suppositories 1x regular, morning or night is usually satisfactory.
THC Oral Dosage
THC can make you ‘high’. Though, if you micro-dose using a tincture in drops, it will allow you to build up a sensitivity over a short period of time (days). This will enable you to take the required dosages to deal with cancer within a month. There is no one-size-fits-all procedure with THC cannabis oil dosing – it’s different for everyone. Utmost, if not all people we help, have to get on with day-to-day life and can’t afford to be high.
The Rick Simpsons Oil THC strain used in the THC products we endorse is a 12:1 strain (THC to CBD).
Dosage: Start on a low dosage, half rice grain, to be safe and increase as you feel comfortable until the desired dosage is attained. If you feel “high” or abnormal, decrease dosage and remain on the same dosage for 72 hours before increasing it again. Dosing twice a day, morning and a half hour before bed. If necessary one can enhance the night time dosage, as the psychoactive effect would be slept off.
Dosage is conditioned on the type and stage of cancer. The minimum desirable dosage of THC oils is 50mg a day and dosages go as high as 400mg a day and even higher.
WHAT DETERMINES THE QUALITY OF CANNABIS OIL
Our approved cannabis oils are all made from organic cannabis (flowers) only. The oils are prepared in laboratory conditions using the latest technology similar, if not the same, equipment used in the legal states of America. Co2 based extraction cannabis lubricant is the advanced, cleanest, toxin (solvent) free and most expensive extraction procedure demanding specialised machinery. The whole process from soil to oil is regulated, after all, what you put in is what you get out. The oils are not lab tested.
Everyone’s tolerance varies, rather be safe than sorry. Start low and increase dosages until the desired dosage is reached. This way one avoids getting high conjointly. If too much THC, THCA or CBN oil is absorbed too quickly a “high” or “stoned” feeling could be experienced, a general change in perception, euphoria(heightened mood) and an increase in appetite. Short time side effects may comprise a decrease in short-term memory, dry mouth, impaired motor skills, red eyes and feelings of paranoia or anxiety. During the event of getting high, it’s best to take a rest and sleep it off. The “feeling” will pass.
Please assign to the article section of our website for more details.
Why is cannabis oil expensive? Read more about the cost and process on our website Rick Simpsons Oil.
The oils are not cheap because the grade of cannabis used is from the buds or flowers and not from waste plant matter such as leaves, stalks and seeds. Anyone marketing you oils commoner is more than likely using an inferior quality raw product to produce the oils and the extraction methods are also dated leaving residue solvents behind. Our extraction techniques and machinery are the same as those used within the legal status of the United States. It has taken over a decade to get to this point and we are not aware of anyone producing the quality of the product, using our sophisticated processes and deliver our level of expertise within South Africa.
Request the subsequent questions before purchasing or ingesting any cannabis oils:
1. What grade cannabis are you using to make the oils? It should be buds not plant matter, not trim, seeds or stalks. Only flowers.
2. What colour is the final oil product? It should be a honey colour, not black goo or green. CBD has a red tinge. The colour is the best indicator of the quality of the oils you are intending on digesting.
3. What extraction methods are you using? Although the extraction method used it’s more important to know that all solvents which may have been used in the process have been properly purified. The RSO technique is dated and often dirty.
Circumstances which influence the colour of the oils are the extraction processes and the material used to produce the oil. No prescription is made to be stored in syringes. Syringes state on them use once and dispose of.
Smoking, vaping and cannabis-infused refreshments will not cure cancer but may help with the symptoms.
We're unable to reflect on “other” cannabis oils whose origins are unbeknown to us. We recommend reading about Rick Simpsons Oil before making any decisions.
Disclaimer: the principles contained here is not designed nor meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice, it is only achieved for educational confidences only. You should recognise full responsibility for the way you decide on to use this information.
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