An RSO syringe comes prefilled with a specific amount of oil, which makes an RSO regimen super convenient. Below, we will break down the regimen recommended by the creator of RSO, Rick Simpson.
RSO is a potent cannabis concentrate with high levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and the full spectrum of other plant-derived agents, such as other cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. The oil itself is especially thick, like sticky tar with a dark greenish-brown color. The oil was invented by Rick Simpson, hence the name Rick Simpson Oil, which claimed to have used a precise dosing regimen to heal basal cell carcinoma over a 12 week period.
How to take RSO: If dosing orally, it is best to place your dose of RSO under your tongue. You can also simply ingest the dose by placing it on your tongue and swallowing. Keep in mind, RSO is extremely potent, so you do need to be careful about measuring your dose. If using a prefilled syringe, dispense your dose onto a spoon, piece of food, or another object before placing the dose in your mouth.