***Note: RSO color will be lighter than image. RSO color is determined by the level of filtration and the types of strains used.
The recommended Rick Simpson protocol is to consume 60 grams of Rick Simpson Oil in 90 days. This is a large amount, but can easily achieved with our 1 gram suppositories. Besides quick absorption, Rick Simpson oil suppositories offer a number of benefits. When suppositories enter the rectal mucosa, the healing compounds work quickly through nearby organs and direct into the bloodstream. Secondly, the patient experiences little to zero psychoactive effects of THC. The benefits of Rick Simpson Oil suppositories has made them a very popular alternative to oral syringes. It is noted that suppositories offer less pain relief compared to RSO oral syringe.
RSO Suppositories for Prostate Cancer
Some studies have looked at the effect of Rick Simpson Oil on prostate cancer cells. The two main cannabinoids that have been investigated: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). The studies found that RSO cannabinoids stopped prostate cancer cells from growing and dividing. Furthermore, RSO caused prostate cancer cells to die, and stopped cancer cells from invading other tissues and spreading. Many patients who are cancer free, continue on daily maintenance doses to prevent their prostate cancers from returning.
RSO Suppositories Suggested Protocol
Take at least 1 suppository each day on an empty bowel, or before bedtime.
NOTE: Suppositories must be frozen before use! Once frozen, remove the outer shell and insert at least 1″ into the rectum.
Oral Syringe (most popular): https://ricksimpsonoil.com/product/rick-simpson-oil
Lab studies have demonstrated THC and other cannabinoids found in Rick Simpson Oil slowed and reduce the spread of cancer cells. In 2006, the British Journal Of Pharmacology administered pure THC into the tumors of 9 patient. The study demonstrated the impact cannabis had on helping to manage cancer related pain, fatigue, nausea, appetite loss, and other side effects. Some research suggests that cannabinoids are most effective when paired with traditional cancer therapies.
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