RSO – the Rick Simpson Oil, is now a very popular and efficient concentrate thanks to Canadian engineer Rick Simpson, the inventor and that is why his name is here. While his work in a hospital as an engineer managing the boiling room. He was not kin to cannabis those days, but his job occurred to be way too harmful and the man ends up with cancerous symptoms and the doctors who make things only worse.
Rick Simpson Invention, the RSO (Rick Simpson Oil)
Well, a sad story, but the guy was a beautiful mind. He discovered the effects of cannabis (and that was late 20th century, the dark ages, kind-a 20 years ago they have had not much information, the laws enforced in full everywhere in the world). And he invented how to make it dense, which translates to 97-99% of THC substance, and applied it to his skin, and the skin improved significantly, which was not much supported by Pharma-fanatic doctors, and Rick bumped then legal issues along with cancer issues.
Same old story, but what we have in the end is the RSO – Rick Simpson Oil, which is helpful to millions of users and widely available in the world as a medicine, at the first place, but – my god! – of course it is the 97% of THC thing has the recreational potential too, just think that pretty 100% of pure material: it may hallucinate by itself from itself, whoa…
There is a problem with RSO if you cook it
I’ve recently purchased RSO in 1 gram syringes from a dispensary in FL and found the taste to be unpleasant if not to say: terrible. I can say many underestimate the size of a problem, it’s not some smell that you can survive, it is not strong but it bothers you:
– As if your dank is too oily and you roll it, and in the middle of smoking there’s oil even on your fingers, and the smell of burnt oil calls a headache even; this bad;
– As if you missed a seed or two, and it was very ripe and it burns out inside your blunt: the seeds are what the flour made of, so you get a smell of badly burnt bakery and of burnt oil – together – right with your puff you’ll inhale; very hot; and bad;
Everyone knows – the CBD medicine is rarely smell like roses. Do not underestimate the problem. I did, and the first time cookings were far from being perfect.
RSO – Being a concentrate, the taste is concentrated also, there is not a way to get rid of the taste without loosing much of the thc.
1) Stay Black – did you ever think why marijuana brownies are so popular, and practically the one weed infused edible. How big is it in the edible market? One half maybe? Besides being a universal yummi along with the easiest on Earth recipe it contains a ton of pure chocolate, and the chocolate masks the weed the best.
2) Be Acidic – pineapple, lemon, lime, even tomato, anything acidic covers the taste greatly, but I think you will never get rid of it completely, yet when masked it’s quite fine and even pleasant – it is a CANNABIS after all, agree? ;=)
How to make ur own RSO at home – the Ultimate recipe
Special Thanks to… the whole internet actually, to the First Amdmnt, and also to Chef 420 and other leaflies and numerous maryjanes websites, and to someone’s grandma and to our random visitor, Rick’s uncle Joseph from Kentucky. But may be the most useful reference is, however, the official Rick Simpson’s official website:
Anyway, thanks to whole world we have this beautiful RSO recipe:
What can be better than the original author, enjoy the link.
1 ounce of Bud (dried/cured marijuana flowers) is often listed as the ingredient, yet you can use anything left from your plant up to stems, yes, they contain the desired thc and cbd and other compounds. Just mean that approximately 1 ounce of Bud equals to 2 ounces of Shake (leaves, brunches, stems, trim).
Rice cooking pan is the best fit because it can steadily give the very accurate temperature range. All thc can be easily destroyed – once your overheat your blend, be careful, it is a thc from 1 ounce, not a cheap price for a mistake, not to mention the efforts.
Alcohol is used for the tincture needs to be 99% pure, and then choose whatever you like the most for the case, or usually use for cannabis tinctures.
Herewego, the other useful link on RSO, quite colourful and illustrated:
And herewego the Stoner’s Cookbook app for your smartphone:
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