1 drop of oil half the size of a grain of rice 2-3 times a day.
Increase the dosage at a rate of no more than 0.5mg per pound of body weight as tolerated to avoid potential side effects such as drowsiness and anxiety.
Optimal Daily Dose
1-2 MG of THC/CBD per pound of body weight
Medical ailments that can be cured or treated, as outlined by the Phoenix Tears Foundation:
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer’s Disease, Arthritis, Cancer (Breast, Cervical, Colorectal, Glioma, Lung, Pancreatic, Prostate) Undifferentiated, Epilepsy, Leukemia ,Lymphoma, Melanoma, Diabetes
Cannabis Oil, aka Hash oil, Phoenix Tears, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO), is a full spectrum cannabis product with a high THC content ranging from 30 – 60% made utilizing an isopropyl alcohol extraction method. This all natural product provides the endocannabinoid system with the essential Phytocannabinoids it requires for healthy function allowing it to provide relief from many ailments including epilepsy and cancer.
Phoenix Tears is available in both High THC and High CBD concentration. When utilizing Phoenix Tears for cancer recovery, high THC Phoenix Tears is much more effective, and this is the version that we sell.
Cannabis Oil Uses: What It Is & What It Isn’t!
First off, so-called “Cannabis oil” is not an essential oil and the name is misleading. At least I know it was for me when I first started to study this topic. Here’s the low-down:
Hemp oil is readily available online as a food product and praised for its 1:1 omega-3/omega-6 ratio. It is made from hemp.
CBD oil (also known as (“CBD hemp oil”) contains high levels of cannabidiol (CBD) and low THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) levels, which is regarded as medicinal, but not psychotropic. It is also made from hemp.
Cannabis oil is essentially an extract or absolute and is typically taken orally – ingesting a few drops several times per day. It is made from marijuana.
From what we can tell – although this conclusion is mostly based off of personal reports and not clinical trials – conventional Cannabis oil (being rich in THC) gets people “high,” whereas CBD oil cannot.
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