Homemade Cannabis Oil for Cancer Treatment
Back in 2003, Rick Simpson, a medical marijuana activist, has managed to cure himself of a metastatic skin cancer by using a hemp oil.
Even though he encountered a lack of support by the Canadian authorities, government agencies for health, pharmaceutical companies, and UN offices, he succeeded in treating over 5,000 patients. According to Rick, all kinds of diseases can be cured with the usage of high-quality cannabis oil.
He has effectively treated various types of cancer, as well as different conditions, including AIDS, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, migraines, chronic pain, depression, Crohn’s disease, asthma, glaucoma, insomnia, burns, regulation of body weight, and mutated cells, such as warts, polyps, and tumors. Here is Rick Simpson’s recipe for making cannabis oil that can successfully treat cancer.
Rick Simpson’s Hash Oil Recipe
In order to make the Rick Simpson’s hash oil, you should take one ounce of dried herb. Place the herb in a plastic bucket and dampen it with a solvent of your choice.
You may use pure naphtha, butane, ether, 99% isopropyl alcohol, or water. You need about 500 ml of solvent to extract the THC from an ounce of the herb.
Crush the plant material with a clean stick of untreated wood. While doing so, add more solvent until the material is completely soaked.
Stir the mixture for about 3 minutes. Afterward, pour the solvent-oil mixture of the herb into another bucket. At this point, you have stripped the plant material of 80% of its THC.
Pour solvent into the mixture, and stir it for additional 3 minutes in order to extract the remaining THC.
Add this solvent-oil mixture to the first one, which was previously removed from the bucket, and discard the twice washed plant material. Pour the solvent-oil mix into a clean container through a coffee filter.
Add the solvent in a rice cooker until it is ¾ full, and then turn on high heat. Since the solvent evaporates, gradually add the rest of the mixture.
In the end, add a few drops of water to the rice cooker in order to release the solvent residue and to protect the oil from the heat. Use 10 drops of water for every pound of dry material.
When there is an inch of the solvent-water mixture in the rice cooker, you may pick up the unit. Then, swirl the contents until the solvent finishes boiling off.
Once the solvent is boiled, turn the rice cooker to low heat. Make sure that the oil doesn’t reach over 290˚ F or 140˚ C.
Next, remove the pot from the rice cooker and pour the oil into a stainless steel container. Place the container in a dehydrator, or put it on some gentle heating device, like a coffee warmer.
After a few hours, both the volatile terpenes and the water will be evaporated from the oil. If there isn’t a presence of any surface activity on the oil, it is ready for use.
Suck the oil up by using a plastic syringe. When the oil is completely cold, it will have a thick and greasy consistency.