RSO is a type of solvent-based hash oil, also known as BHO (butane hash oil). Similar to other cannabis concentrates, Cherry Oil is produced by extracting the active compounds found in the marijuana plant. It is in the dried and cured cannabis flowers where the active compounds are found in their highest concentration. Thus, the effects experienced upon consuming Cherry Oil are much more potent as compared to smoking a traditional joint. Also, none of the residual plant material is left in the final product and because of this, the flavor is distinctly delicious.
Cannabis oil comes in many types and formulations. These include cannabidiol (CBD) oil, which is often part of medical marijuana.
Unlike many other cannabis oils, Rick Simpson Oil is high in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the main psychoactive chemical in marijuana. THC is the chemical in marijuana that provides the “high.”
Online reports say Simpson is a Canadian engineer and cannabis activist. After a bad fall, he found that marijuana helped lessen his dizziness and other symptoms. Later, when he developed basal cell skin cancers on his arm, Simpson used cannabis oil as a treatment. As the reports go, his skin cancers went away.
Product Use: This product has a more pleasant taste than traditional RSO and can be applied to a joint, consumed as an edible, or vaped. Note that Cherry Oil is easier to work with than RSO but may harden over time if it is left in cold temperatures. To use this product effectively, we recommend heating it in the microwave for 10-15 seconds (with the bottom cap removed) and then pushing the syringe gently. The syringes can also be placed in lukewarm water for 10-15 minutes before usage.
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