Here’s The Homemade Cannabis Oil Recipe That People Are Using As A Chemo Alternative
In recent years there has been raised awareness for cannabis use in cancer treatment. It even led to legalization in some states. Many studies in the last decade have confirmed the anticancer effects of cannabis. The cannabinoids activates the cannabinoid receptors in the body, which produces compounds known as endocannabinoids that play a big role in many body processes to create a healthy environment.
Radiation and chemotherapy are the only treatments for cancer that are approved at the moment. However, given their harmful effects, people should know the alternatives. Exploring new options and finding more information about them is nothing compared to the effects they will have on the illness. Do your own research always!
More and more people are using this cannabis oil treatment for their cancer. The latest is a great example of its power: a 9-year-old girl used the oil to cure her cancer!
An option that is very popular these days is Rick Simpson’s Hemp Oil. Rick is a medical marijuana activist who first used the oil on himself to cure his skin cancer. After that, he has been actively providing people with information about his Hemp Oil.
Here’s Rick Simpson’s Cannabis Oil Recipe:
Take a dried cannabis plant – one will produce about 3-4 grams of oil, although that varies depending on the strain. A pound of dried material will get you an ounce of hemp oil.
IMPORTANT: These instructions are directly summarized from Rick Simpson’s website. Be VERY careful when boiling solvent off [solvent-free option], the flames are extremely flammable. AVOID smoking, sparks, stove-tops and red hot heating elements. Set up a fan to blow fumes away from the pot, and set up in a well-ventilated area for whole process.
Place the dried material in a plastic bucket, then dampen it with the solvent of your choice. You can use naphtha, ether, butane, 99% isopropyl alcohol or water. Two gallons will serve well for the THC extraction. Crush the plant with a wooden stick, and add solvent as you crush it until the material is soaked. Continue stirring the mixture for another three minutes. The THC should now be dissolved into the solvent. Pour the solvent mixture in another bucket – you should have stripped about 80% of the THC now. Add solvent again slowly, and work for another three minutes, then pour this solvent into the first bucket. Discard of the plant material, and strain the solvent mixture through a coffee filter.
Now comes the boiling – boil the solvent in a rice cooker, but avoid stove-tops, red hot elements, sparks, cigarettes and open flames around it as the fumes are highly flammable. Add solvent until ¾ of the cooker is full and set it on high heat. Make sure you have a fan that will carry the solvents away. Continue adding the mixture in the cooker until the solvent evaporates.
As the level in the cooker decreases for the last time, add about 10 drops of water for a pound of dry material, which will help release the solvent residue and protect it from overheating. When there’s about an inch of solvent left, swirl the contents until it boils off, and turn the cooker on low heat. It should not reach more than 140 Celsius. Remove the pot and pour it slowly into a container, and put the container in a dehydrator or a coffee warmer. In a few hours, the water and terpenes will evaporate, and the oil is ready when there will be no activity on the surface. Suck the oil with a plastic syringe, and when cooled down, it will have the consistency of thick grease.
It’s important to remember that consulting a physician before the research and consummation of the oil is needed to make sure you understand how everything works.