Rick Simpson Oil for sale
Rick Simpson and his cannabis extract, known as Rick Simpson Oil or by the abbreviation RSO, are household names wherever there is awareness of cancer and the need to cure it. Rick’s movie “Run from the Cure” has been distributed around the world and has contributed enormously to the awareness of the efficacy of the substances contained within cannabis extracts in fighting cancer and promoting the general well-being of cancer sufferers – as well as those who find themselves dealing with many other diseases and conditions.
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Solvent extraction and the “Rick Simpson oil for sale” phenomenon
While Rick should most definitely be commended for his efforts, which have resulted in bringing the healing properties of the cannabis plant to the attention of the public at large, it should be well understood that there are some serious problems with what Rick puts out there as information.
First off you will find that he recommends making your own oil at home. And he recommends using naphtha as a solvent to do it with . . . yet a quick Wikipedia search will inform you that naphtha is not an accurate description of any one substance, but rather a general term that describes a variety of substances that are mostly derived from petrochemical sources, and are all highly toxic and carcinogenicin themselves. Rick is on record as having stated that the toxicity of the residues of naphtha left behind in the extract is negated by the positive properties of the oil itself. (the “light naptha” that Rick advises is the “correct one” to use is also known as benzene, which is classed as an A1 Carcinogen).
“Rick Simpson Oil for sale” should be seen as a warning!
First off, Rick has never sold his oil. He gave it away, back in the day when he was making it for his friends and acquaintances, or he tells you how to make it yourself. He never sold it, at all – so when you see “Rick Simpson oil for sale” you should know that it has nothing to do with Rick Simpson at all. It is merely somebody climbing on the bandwagon in the hope of making a fast buck by trading on his reputation. This alone is enough reason to avoid these adverts like the plague itself.
When you see one of these adverts, you can also be sure that the most exaggerated claims for the healing powers of this goop will be found there too, giving false hope to those who are suffering. Not nice behaviour.
You should also be aware that any preparation containing THC will almost certainly be illegal for you to buy, even online . . .
However, cannabis extracts do hold the promise of help for many!
In spite of the dangers of responding to the “Rick Simpson oil for sale” call to action, the cannabis plant is a veritable pharmacopoeia of substances that are efficacious in the treatment of a growing list of complaints and diseases, apart from being a very rich source of nutritious and health-promoting substances. More and more people are turning to these extracts to help them with conditions that do not respond to conventional therapy, or as an alternative to pharmaceutical drugs that have inconvenient or dangerous side-effects.
What to do when faced with the “Rick Simpson oil for sale” advertising scam?
The answer is very simple indeed. Avoid anything advertised in this way, and all solvent-produced extracts. Look for supercritical CO2 extracted oils – this is a process that is completely benign and toxin-free, and yields the best quality extracts with the highest concentration of CBD. And you need look no further than Endoca.
Endoca is a company that grows their own organic certified hemp, and makes their extracts by supercritical CO2 extraction. Endoca also subjects itself to rigorous quality controls and testing of the final products, which means that we can absolutely guarantee that our products are consistent, and that they contain exactly the amounts of CBD that they advertise . . . including 98% CBD crystals – the highest purity CBD that has ever been manufactured. And they ship to your door, legally. Trust them.
Author: Andrea Durrheim