Rick Simpson Oil, or RSO, is a concentrated cannabis extract that contains high levels of THC and other cannabinoids. Skin cancer research has shown its ability to fight skin cancer lesions when applied topically..
To use RSO topically for skin cancer or any skin issues, you may follow these general steps:
- Clean the area: Gently clean the affected area with soap and water, and then dry it thoroughly.
- Apply the oil: Use a small amount of RSO, about the size of a grain of rice or less, and apply it directly to the affected area. Be cautious when handling RSO, as it is a potent and concentrated form of cannabis. You may want to use gloves or a tool like a toothpick to avoid direct contact.
- Cover the area: After applying the RSO, cover the area with a bandage or gauze to keep the oil in place and protect the skin from dirt and debris.
- Monitor your progress: Change the bandage and reapply RSO daily or as needed. Keep an eye on the skin and track any changes in its appearance. If you notice any signs of irritation or worsening symptoms, stop using RSO and consult a healthcare professional.