Although all cancers can be treated with Rick Simpson Oil suppositories, due to their non psychoactive effects, among the most common are prostate and rectal type cancers.
Cannabis suppositories are a method of administering cannabis through the rectum, allowing for the active compounds, such as THC and CBD, to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream. This method can provide a more effective and efficient way to deliver the therapeutic properties of cannabis, with a reduced risk of the psychoactive effects associated with oral or inhaled consumption.
Research has shown that cannabis compounds provide anti-cancer properties. These benefits include the inhibition of cancer cell growth, the promotion of cancer cell death (apoptosis), and the reduction of inflammation and angiogenesis (formation of new blood vessels) that can support tumor growth.
- Prostate: Research suggests that these cannabinoids help regulate cell growth. They also seem to prevent the growth of cancer cells by making them less likely to survive, grow, spread, and stick to other cancer cells. This means that they may be able to treat many different kinds of cancer, including prostate cancer.
- Adenocarcinoma: This is the most common type of rectal cancer, accounting for over 95% of cases. It begins in the glandular cells that line the inner surface of the rectum and can grow slowly over time.
- Squamous cell carcinoma: This type of rectal cancer begins in the squamous cells that make up the outer lining of the rectum. It is relatively rare, accounting for less than 5% of cases, and tends to grow more quickly than adenocarcinoma.
- Neuroendocrine tumors: These are rare types of rectal cancer that begin in the neuroendocrine cells that produce hormones. They can be further classified based on their cell type and the specific hormones that are produced.
- Gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs): These are uncommon types of rectal cancer that develop in the connective tissue cells of the rectum. They can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) and are typically diagnosed through a biopsy.
- Lymphoma: This is a type of cancer that begins in the lymphatic system, which is a part of the immune system that helps to fight infections. Lymphoma can sometimes occur in the rectum and can be classified as Hodgkin’s or non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
For cancer patients interested in using RSO suppositories, here’s a general outline of the process:
- Acquire RSO: Obtain high-quality Rick Simpson Oil. Quality of RSO can vary, so it should be made from cannabis plants with high levels of cannabinoids, particularly both THC and CBD.
- Suppositories will typically be composed of:
- Carrier oil (e.g., coconut oil or cocoa butter)
- Suppository shell
The dosage of RSO suppositories will vary, but one should consume 1-2 per day.
Store the suppositories: Once the suppositories have hardened in the freezer, remove them from the shell, then they are ready for use.
- Administration: When you’re ready to use a suppository, wash your hands thoroughly and put on gloves. Lie down on your side with one leg bent and your upper knee close to your chest. Gently insert the suppository into your rectum, pushing it about an inch deep. Remain lying down for at least 15-20 minutes to allow the suppository to dissolve and be absorbed by the body.
Monitor and adjust: Keep track of your body’s response to the RSO suppositories, and adjust the dosage as needed. It is essential to communicate with your healthcare provider throughout this process, as they can help guide you on the appropriate dosage and monitor your progress.