Notes: Created by Canadian medical marijuana activist Rick Simpson, RSO is a cannabis-derived oil that has an especially high concentration of marijuana’s psychoactive compound, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC has some pretty potent effects that, when concentrated, have shown signs of being able to treat a variety of ailments. RSO is generally made with indica-heavy strains of marijuana.
RSO is perhaps most commonly used as an alternative to cancer treatments. But the oil has also been used to treat a variety of other health issues including asthma, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, depression, inflammation and a variety of other conditions. Since RSO is high in THC, it possesses similar medicinal qualities to the compound itself. THC has been known to potentially treat the same conditions and many more – including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and even eating disorders.
Doses are typically done in different week segments, where week one would include three doses per day of about 1/4 a drop of RSO, weeks two to five would double the dosage each time until you reach one gram per day, and weeks five to 12 dole out one gram per day until reaching the full 60 grams over the 90 days.
However, because of the lack of research and evidence of the efficiency of the RSO system, it is advisable to refrain using the oil or to consult with your physician.
**There is another section explaining the risks and negative effects.
Here is the link directly to Phoenix Tears (RSO):