Rick Simpson oil 15 grams?
Rick Simpson oil (RSO) is unique and exclusive in that it comprises higher levels and doses of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than other medical cannabis extracts.
Even though there is little to some evidence to support the use of cannabis for assisting and treating cancer treatment, the medical community, researchers and doctors require more direct evidence of its security, safety and usefulness in humans before making any firm claims or decisions.
Scientists are still researching and continue to look for potential uses and benefits for cannabis products in treating cancer in human beings.
RSO is a high potency and strong cannabis extract with high levels of THC, along with other minor cannabinoids.
How to Take RSO
There are a few ways you can take RSO.
- Topically, by rubbing onto the skin (works for symptoms that occur on the surface of the skin, such as skin cancer)
- Sublingually by holding drops under the tongue for a minute or two (this has the fastest absorption rate)
- As a capsule taken orally (effects are slower to kick in, but last longer)
- Suppositories (anally)
As uncomfortable as the last method sounds, RSO absorbed into the colon will not get you high like the other methods. You might experience a slightly heavy feeling, but nothing extreme. This lets you reap the benefits without disorientation or other side effects of THC.
In addition, this method is more beneficial if you have bowel or prostate cancer
Are There Any RSO Oil Side Effects?
- Anxiety and paranoia
- Low blood pressure
- Trouble sleeping
- Memory issues
- Impaired reaction time and motor control
- Bloodshot eyes
Do these sound familiar? THC is the acting molecule in marijuana as well, which is why the side effects of RSO are very similar. They don’t sound great, but thankfully, they won’t last forever. Any side effects disappear once THC has left your system.