Taking RSO – Ingesting of Your Dosages.
- By RSO Team
- 28 Apr, 2020
Previously we wrote about Taking Rick Simpson Oil with Other Drugs and also covered the Dosage Instructions. These are both important things to take into consideration. Here we are going to go discuss the effects of ingesting Cannabis as this is a new concept to many people, who may only be used to Smoking Cannabis.
How do I ingest Rick Simpson Oil?
This may seem a stupid question, but how many people have eaten RSO or any form of cannabis for that matter. Many people have smoked Cannabis and less have eaten edibles, but how many people have eaten pure THC oil?
Many people today suggest that patients should put the dosage they are ingesting under the tongue, or they should stick to their dosage to the gums, which is now known as tacking. Although methods like this can bring medicinal cannabinoids into the patient’s body, I disagree with these methods because oils can often have a bad taste that can stay in the mouth for quite some time.
We are also going to cover Rick Simpson Oil Suppositories, Cannabis can be taken more effectively in this way, and this has proven a very popular way to take it when battling cancer. - RSO TEAM
I feel that simply placing the dosage in the patient’s mouth would have benefits for those with gum infections and problems of this nature, but in most cases, I think their dosage should simply be swallowed. The correct oil is a thick fat-like substance, so when I swallow the dosage I simply put it on my finger and then I place it on my teeth, after which I drink cold water and then use my tongue to remove it from my teeth and then I swallow. Using this method, I usually manage to take my dosages almost without tasting the oil and I think most patients would prefer to do the same, but other simple methods can be used to avoid bad taste.
Is there any Other Way?
The patient dosage can be placed on a small piece of bread and the bread can then be folded back to cover the dosage and can then be placed in the patient’s mouth and swallowed like a pill with water. Another good method of avoiding taste is to place the dosage between two thin slices of fruit such as bananas and then place it in the patient’s mouth so that it can be swallowed. If the oil is produced correctly, it often does not have an unpleasant taste that will persist, but the simple methods I have described should help patients ingest their dosages more easily.
The name of the game is simply to bring the oil into the patient’s body most simply and enjoyably possible, so I think following the methods I have described should be taken into serious consideration.
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