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how much rso to get high

Last edited by grantsforcollege; 05-19-2016 at 03:21 AM .

I’m interested in trying Rick Simpson oil for my health issues (Prostate,IBD,Crohns. ) but i would like to ask if you actually get the same high from taking rick simpsons oil as smoking or is it different?

decarboxilation is what happens when aplied heating, i.e. smoking

Just want to make sure if its ok to take for people who are more prone to get anxiety, anxiety attacks or other negative effects from smoking marihuana.

Hello everyone

Look for high Linalool strains that has been crossed to indicas also. Linalool has been used in science research for anxiety effects. Pennywise from TGA and the CBD crew strains (especially CBD Shark) worked really good for my anxiety also. Avoid strains high in Myrcene. Myrcene over 1% can start effecting anxiety. Some people is alergic to Limonene so take that into account as well.
I would be fine if i just get tired or sleepy or anything just dont want the negative side effects like being too high, anxiety, panic attacks etc. Or does that also depend on THC:CBD content, strain and if its mostly sativa or indica dominant?

Start with half a 10th of a dose and see how you feel. Most folks use 1/10 of a gram per day for anxiety. See link below. Good Luck

Or would that kind of high happen only if i would use also the decarboxylation method before making the oil?

Hello everyone 🙂 I’m interested in trying Rick Simpson oil for my health issues (Prostate,IBD,Crohns…) but i would like to ask if you actually get the same high from taking rick simpsons oil as smoking or is it different? Or would that kind of high happen only if i would use also the decarboxylation method before making the oil? Just want to make sure if its ok to take for people who are more prone to get anxiety, anxiety attacks or other negative effects from smoking marihuana.

How much rso to get high

Obviously, we shouldn’t only believe the claims of one man, and a few studies share that cannabis oil has shown to kill off cancer cells. Even so, there isn’t sufficient scientific evidence yet. However, there’s no reason not to try it out while getting chemotherapy or other cancer treatments.

RSO is usually consumed orally, topically, or through suppositories. Dabbing it is not advised.
Rick Simpson states that the best solvent for RSO is either light aliphatic naphtha, ether, or 99% isopropyl alcohol. These are the only solvents that Rick Simpson himself has experience with. If you’re trying another solvent out, it should be colorless.

For newbies learning how to make RSO , Rick states that Indica cannabis strains work best. It’s not good to use a strain that contains more than 10% Sativa. You only need an ounce (or 30 grams) to make 4–5 grams of high-grade oil. The particular amount of oil produced will vary depending on the strain. On average, a pound of cannabis should produce at least 60 grams of RSO oil.

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Since RSO is higher in THC, it’s more important to be careful with how much you take. While it’s not possible to die from an RSO overdose , you’ll definitely be uncomfortably high for hours (or even days). RSO is typically higher in THC than marijuana, so you need to be a little more careful with how much you take.
While browsing around dispensaries or CBD stores, you might have stumbled across the term RSO, or Rick Simpson oil. So what is RSO and what does it do? To put it briefly, it’s an oil derived from strains of cannabis that are very high in THC (the molecule in cannabis that gets you high).
When comparing these two popular cannabis-derived oils, it’s helpful to remember that RSO is essentially the opposite of CBD.

If you’re not following his regimen strictly, your best dosage always depends on how high the THC content is. If it’s 75%, you’re going to want to use less than a 55% THC Rick Simpson oil.

So what is RSO and what does it do? This article shares all about Rick Simpson oil, what you can do with it, side effects, and even how you can make it!