Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) is a full spectrum, high potency, purified cannabis oil that contains fully activated THC, Cannabinoids, Terpenes, Flavonoids, Chlorophyll, and Carotenoids. RSO can be consumed orally, or can also be applied topically to the skin.
***Note: RSO color will be lighter than the image. RSO color is determined by the level of filtration and the types of strains used.
The recommended Rick Simpson protocol for stage 2 to 4 cancer is to consume 60 grams of RSO 90 days. This is necessary for those who have aggressive type cancers that have metastasized.
It is alright to take longer than 90 days, and many patients who are cancer free, continue on daily maintenance doses to prevent their cancers from returning.
Gradually increase the dose to avoid adverse effects.
Rick Simpson Oil Protocol
Below is a suggested outline for increasing the dose until the recommended 1 gram per day is achieved.
Week 1: Start with 3 doses per day (morning, midday, before bed) every 8 hours Half of a grain of rice per dose
Week 2-5: Double your dose every 4 days, maintaining the 3x per day schedule Week 5-12: 1 gram per day (split across 3 doses) until the entire 60 grams of oil is consumed Week 12+: Reduce to a maintenance dose (1-2 grams total per month)
Like Rick’s original success, patients can use Rick Simpson Oil topically for skin cancers. Simply place a small amount of RSO on the affected area and cover it with a bandage. Change the bandage and apply it daily as needed. Many patients report that over time, the cancerous spots will dry, crack, and diminish. Once the area has healed, it is recommended to continue applying RSO for at least two more weeks.
Lab studies have demonstrated THC and other cannabinoids found in Rick Simpson Oil slowed and reduced the spread of cancer cells. In 2006, the British Journal Of Pharmacology administered pure THC into the tumors of 9 patients. The study demonstrated the impact cannabis had on helping to manage cancer-related pain, fatigue, nausea, appetite loss, and other side effects. Some research suggests that cannabinoids are most effective when paired with traditional cancer therapies.
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