MMJ Hash Oil vs Skin Cancer

Skin cancer unfortunately knows no bounds in terms of who it can affect, ranging from the very young to the elderly and everyone in between. In fact, it’s been reported that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer over the course of a lifetime, with a recorded number of 13 million Americans currently living with a history of non-melanoma skin cancer, and almost 800,000 Americans are living with a history of melanoma, which is the most dangerous form of skin cancer.

According to Perry Robins, MD, President of The Skin Cancer Foundation, approximately “90 percent of non-melanoma skin cancers and 65 percent of melanoma cases are associated with exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.”

But fortunately for those that forgot to reapply their SPF 1,000 every ten seconds (every three if swimming) or contracted the “lifestyle disease” via other means, there is hope! And it’s made from dope!

Yup. That’s right, folks. Something as unsophisticated as a highly-concentrated oil that’s derived from the naturally occurring plant genus known as cannabis has been anecdotally proven to be an effective topical and/or oral treatment for skin cancer.

Most individuals that are highly involved in the cannabis community are well aware of Rick Simpson and his back-story regarding his rediscovery of hash oil and its numerous medicinal attributes. But for those of you that may hear the name and instantly think that it might be the character name of Homer’s long lost brother on The Simpson’s, allow me to brief you on his history.

After being diagnosed with skin cancer himself in the mid ’90s, Rick recalled a radio broadcast he’d listened to back in the 1970s that claimed that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) had the ability to kill cancer cells. Intrigued by this recollection and uninspired by traditional cancer treatments, Rick set out to explore the mystery behind what is quickly becoming recognized as the most medicinal plant mankind has ever witnessed and produce his own hash oil.

Through trial and error, Rick was able to successfully concoct a highly-concentrated marijuana-derivative that he would informally title Phoenix Tears, which he would use to not only effectively heal his own skin cancer via topical applications, but also go on to treat numerous other individuals that were suffering with a variety of serious ailments, including cancer patients that were diagnosed as terminal and been sent home to perish.

Rick produced a short biographical documentary titled “Run from the Cure” explaining his rediscovery of the medicinal concoction and showing individuals how to manufacture their own marijuana-derived medicine. His findings were just short of phenomenal and the video slowly but surely went viral thus inspiring a whole new generation of medicine-makers that have willingly and diligently carried out Rick’s ultimate wish, which is that you grow your own marijuana and make your own medicine.

When it comes to making hash oil or Phoenix Tears, Rick suggests that the person manufacturing the oil use the most potent indica-dominant strain of marijuana that can be acquired. Whether you have the ability to grow your own or not, this factor is emphasized and has proven to be a vital step when attempting to manufacture effective hash oil and should be taken into consideration when purchasing oil for medicinal purposes.

Although Rick recommends growing your own marijuana if possible, there are several reputable licensed medical marijuana dispensaries and professional hash oil manufacturers that are offering high-quality medicine for those individuals that don’t have the ability to grow or possess the necessary knowledge to efficiently produce their own oil.

Thank You: 420 Times

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