Rick Simpson Oil

The Rick Simpson Revolution: The Potent THC-infused Oil That Might Cure Cancer

A cannabis derivative that cures cancer? Speculation has been rife for some time over the medicinal benefits of cannaboids, but research is starting to corroborate these once seemingly skeptical claims. Enter the weedy world of RSO.

Rick Simpson Oil

A far cry from the former stigma of criminality, cannabinoid products are now ubiquitous in modern society and widely accepted for their medical benefits. One promising extract, Rick Simpson Oil, the high-potency THC-abundant counterpart to traditional CBD, has been hailed as the hemp holy grail. This cannabis variant might just weed out cancer.

Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) is named after its creator, medical marijuana activist Rick Simpson, who developed it to self-medicate after being diagnosed with skin cancer. He alleges its usage cured him of the disease and has remained a devout advocate ever since.

Rick Simpson Oil

Unlike conventional CBD

Hailing from the Cannabis indica strain, RSO is an intensely potent cannabis extract. Unlike conventional CBD oil, it comprises high levels of THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis that gets you ‘stoned.’ The concentrated tar-like oil is chemically stripped from the inactive plant, allowing users to calibrate dosage effectively and administer it topically and orally.

Nathaniel Morris, a prolific expert on the creed of weed, whose work has been profiled on MSNBC, PBS, and the Discovery Channel, says: “Thousands of people have successfully used RSO to help treat their cancer. Plant medicines are way underutilized in our society. I’m stunned that it’s not a more central part of the legalization movement. Only a very small portion of people who could benefit from cannabinoids choose to access this option. I think the cultural taboo is still the biggest factor.”

The concept of a naturally occurring plant, formally known for its mind-alternating recreational usage, being utilized to cure the fatal disease on the planet was staggering. I had to quiz Nathaniel for science.

“Cannabinoids have been shown to induce apoptosis, also known as programmed cell death. It can signal to a cancer cell that it’s time to die. I know that saying cannabis can kill cancer cells may sound unbelievable, but this is well-established science.

“The key is high daily doses (500 to 1000 mg). Often, people try a little cannabis, and because their cancer is not gone, they conclude it doesn’t work. A big part of why RSO is effective is that concentrating the oil makes it easier to take the enormous amount needed to induce apoptosis.”

The medical applications of RSO and other cannabis derivates look hopeful; however, due to a lack of human studies, users should remain wary until further research has been documented.

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