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Home-made Phoenix Tears often contain residual solvents which are harmful to human health. Also, Simpson has always promoted extracts with high THC content with no focus on other cannabinoids, such as CBD. This has caused a lot of troubles due to the strong psychoactive effect that many patients (using Phoenix Tears with 80% THC and more) could not stand.
Most websites informing about Phoenix Tears recommend starting with a dose of “about one third of a grain of rice”. Unfortunately, this statement is extremely vague and does not take into account the various cannabinoid contents of each extract. For accurate dosage, one needs to know the content of the main cannabinoids, primarily THC and CBD. Also, a long-term treatment requires having a supply of the same product so that the content of the extracts produced can be as similar as possible.
Wrong, but on the right track
To put it simply, Phoenix Tears are a strong, concentrated form of cannabis extract. They are also known under such names as RSO (Rick Simpson Oil), F.E.C.O. (Fully Extracted Cannabis Oil), hashish oil – or just “cannabis extract”. No matter what the name is, it is a highly potent extract which is said to treat a wide range of serious ailments and diseases.
The term “Phoenix Tears” is closely connected to the name of a world-famous cannabis activist Rick Simpson (in fact, it was him who came up with the name), who calls it a “cancer cure”. However, Simpson’s claims contain many ambiguities and controversies.
Although Simpson’s approach to producing and using cannabis extracts aka Phoenix Tears has indeed many flaws, his statements regarding potential curative effects of cannabis extracts is based on truth. Although the anti-cancer effects of cannabis extracts has not yet been proven on humans, laboratory and animal tests have shown promising results, just like the ever-growing body of testimonies posted on social networks and reported in the media.
Rick Simpson does not have a foundation, a clinic or healing center. He does not produce of sell the oil. He only provides information on its benefits and the method how to make your own RSO. Since 2013 he has been living in Croatia, Europe.
Many of you have been wondering why Rick Simpson hasn’t been present in the public arena for the past few years.
After learning the truth about the amazing healing abilities of cannabis oil which he produced himself, Rick Simpson made this knowledge public. He put up the phoenixtears.ca website back in 2004 and made the information people need to heal themselves free for all to use at no cost. Rick did not even try to patent the oil or the method he used to produce the oil, because he felt that this is knowledge everyone should have, so they could learn how they can deal with their medical problems themselves, in a sensible harmless manner.
A wholehearted thank you!
Rick and Danijela Simpson
It is needless to say that a stroke and its aftermath often prove to be an extreme challenge for the person who suffered from it as well as their immediate family.
Since Rick’s stroke, his sole caregiver was and still is his wife Danijela, with whom he had for the last seven years been diligently working on educating people about the benefits of medicinal cannabis through lectures, interviews and consultations worldwide, while holding a base in Europe.
We do not sell RSO cannabis oil, we only provide information on its benefits and the method how to make your own.
Since he was growing plants in his own backyard, Rick Simpson was giving the oil away for free, while he was still in Canada. He has been doing this until 2009, when the Royal Canadian Mounted Police did the final raid at his home. The oil that he was giving away for free had a very high percentage of THC. Today these extracts are usually called RSO or Rick Simpson Oil and it was the late leader of the cannabis movement Jack Herer himself who coined this phrase.