July 20, 2024

How to Make Rick Simpson Oil: A Step-by-Step Guide

2 min read

How is Rick Simpson oil made?

Rick Simpson provides a way to make an RSO for pain openly available for anyone to use. This product is made by extracting the cannabinoids from the plant using a solvent and then removing the solvent to produce an oil.

Here’s how to make it.

Cover the cannabis plant material with alcohol in a large container and stir for a few minutes.
Then strain into a bowl through cheesecloth or a coffee filter, avoiding any plant material passing through.
Add more alcohol to the plant material and stir again.
The second batch is also filtered and the residual plant material is discarded.
Cook the remaining liquid in a well-ventilated area away from stoves or open fires to allow the alcohol to evaporate.
After the complete removal of the solvent, transfer the remaining oil into a syringe.

How to use RSO?

Rick Simpson Oil offers a variety of consumption methods to choose from. Here are some ways to manage this:

Topical application: Simply apply the oil lightly to the skin.
Ingestion: Swallow RSO as a liquid directly from the syringe or in capsule form. Capsules are the best option if precise dosages are required, but carefully controlled syringes are also available.
Ingredients: RSO can be mixed into foods such as peanut butter, avocados, or yogurt. Bake in dishes with a lot of liquid ingredients, such as cakes or brownies, or mix with sauces and drizzle over food. All of these items are ideal ways to mask strong flavors and can help increase absorption by the body when consumed with food.

Drinking: Freeze individual doses in parchment paper, then drop into coffee or tea, or use in cooking as you would with cannabis or cannabis cooking oil. RSO is slower than other methods, but produces long-lasting effects.
Smoking: Some types of RSO can be smoked or vape, but not if they are extracted using flammable solvents. It is best to obtain smoking or vaping oils from reputable suppliers using other extraction methods.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright © All rights reserved. | Newsphere by AF themes.