Rick Simpson Cured Cancer - Hemp Cannabis Oil

Cannabis Proves Effective In Treating Many Diseases Including Crohn’s, By Reducing Pain And Inflammation. A recent study has confirmed cannabis’ efficiency in treatment of Crohn’s disease. IBDs (inflammatory bowel diseases) such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis have recently seen increased numbers in the USA. The usual symptoms of the condition are pain, inability to properly digest food and diarrhea. Half of the IBD cases are severe and often require surgery to be resolved.

In ancient times, cannabis has been used for treatment of any kind of bowel disorders. Cannabis sativa is especially effective for treatment of IBD.

   – Cannabis can relieve the IBD symptoms 

The body produces endogenous cannabinoids, which are similar to the cannabinoids present in medicinal marijuana. Whether produced in the body or taken through medicinal marijuana, the cannabinoids can have a positive effect on IBD. The cannabis works by affecting the cannabinoid receptors in the gastrointestinal tract.
Cannabis can also help in cases of gastrointestinal cramps. It relaxes the muscles and intestinal spasms and also heals the injured epithelial tissues. This plant can relieve the symptoms of IBD such as vomiting and nausea and successfully reduce inflammation.

    – Additional benefits

Cannabis sativa contains many chemicals that are highly beneficial in the treatment of IBD. They are better than marijuana’s CBD and THC contents, which account to nearly a third of the effects of medicinal marijuana. The chemicals that are found in cannabis sativa enhance the effects of the THC.

Marijuana contains more than sixty active chemical compounds which have anti-diabetic, anti-stroke and anti-cancer properties.

 – Rick also states that this oil can cure diabetes, epilepsy, asthma, psoriasis and atherosclerosis.

   –  Here is the recipe:

Take the dried herb and place it on a plastic container, then moist it with solvent. Rick recommends using pure oil which he himself uses it in the preparations, but since it is quite expensive, you can replace it with 99% of isopropyl alcohol bought from pharmacy. The alcohol absorbs more chlorophyll from the plant than the oil, and because of this the oil won’t remain solvent.

So, you would need about 8 liters of solvent to separate the THC from the ½ kg cannabis. Then, mash the herbs with wooden stick. Remember that the herb should be completely submerged in the solvent. While you press it, the THC will separate itself from the plant into the diluents.

Crumple the plant for about 3 minutes. After that, pour the mixture into another container without the herbs. This will extract 80% of the THC.

On the second flushing add solvent into the herbs again and crumple them for another 3 minutes to extract the remaining 20% of THC. Put both mixtures into a container and throw away the used herbs. Filter the mixture using a coffee filter into a clean container. While you heat the mixture, the solvent will start stewing.

Then cover a container where you will boil the mixture with ¾ of it. This should be done in previously ventilated room and for each step turn on your ventilator because the gases are flammable. Heat the mixture until it starts boiling. When the level of the mixture starts lowering, add the remaining mixture. After it evaporates, add few drops of water in it. If you used ½ kg of herbs in the preparation, then you should add 10 drops of water.

When there are about 25mm of the mixture left in the pan, slowly start to rotate it to stir the mixture. Rotate until you are left with clean oil. Keep in mind that the temperature shouldn’t exceed 140 degrees. After it’s done, pour the oil into a metal container. And finally, place the metal container on low heat until all the water evaporates.

The prepared oil should be put in a plastic bottle or a syringe. After it cools down, it should look like thick grease.