RSO, or Rick Simpson Oil, is named after a Canadian cancer patient turned cannabis activist. RSO is sometimes referred to as a “whole plant” or “full spectrum” extract because it retains the full cannabinoid, terpene, and chlorophyll profile of the source material by using specific solvents.
RSO is a high-THC oil that can be used in several different ways and for several different purposes. Thanks to its massive THC content, RSO is typically recommended for those with conditions that require a high dose of THC and for those who have a high tolerance to THC.
RSO is a sticky, gooey black oil that is almost tar-like in consistency. You can usually find RSO packaged in syringes for easier oral consumption, topical application, and storage.
RSO’s therapeutic potential is boosted by the fact that it is a full-spectrum whole-plant extract that retains all components of the cannabis plant, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.
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