Dr. Newcomb, the first author of the publication, stated that “cannabis has some important properties that motivate cancer patients to use it for nausea and vomiting, appetite, pain, fatigue.” Previous studies indicate that cannabis is widely used among cancer patients with late-stage disease or with other poor mental or physical health states. Due to improvements in early detection and cancer treatments, the number of cancer survivors will expand by one million per year, which includes at least 150,000 colorectal cancer (CRC) patients. Therefore, about 2.7 to 4 million survivors may intentionally use cannabis for symptom management or other reasons. Presently, cannabis use and its side effects are not monitored among cancer patients and survivors. The Newcomb Group, from the Division of Public Health Sciences, evaluated the demographic, behavioral, and clinical characteristics of cannabis use among colorectal cancer patients from Washington State. CRC has a high prevalence and several treatments with side effects thus, CRC provides a good model for understanding cannabis use among men and women with cancer. This study is published in Cancer Causes & Control.
1. Rick Simpson Oil(RSO) is a high potency and strong cannabis extract with high THC levels and other minor cannabinoids.
2. RSO oil is used for cancer treatment and numerous other diseases such as Crohn’s Disease, Arthritis, Insomnia, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, Severe Depression, Pain, Seizures, and much more.
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The main side effect of this RSO oil is sleep and rest, which plays a very important role in the healing process. Usually, within an hour or so after taking a dose, the RSO oil is telling you to lay down and relax. Don’t try to fight the RSO oil's sleepy effects, just lay down and get comfortable, then allow the RSO oil to give you the rest and relaxation you require to heal properly. The effects of the RSO oil may cause your mind to wander a bit and often patients will be somewhat unsteady on their feet when they begin to use this medication. But as the patient builds up their tolerance, these effects will diminish quickly. Usually, within 3 to 4 weeks, the daytime tiredness associated with this treatment after the patient takes their dosage just fades away, but the patient continues to sleep very well at night.
I also suggest that patients should not try to drive their cars until they become more accustomed to the effects of the RSO oil, after which they are then able to drive safely once more. Once you become used to the effects of the RSO oil it does not impair your ability to drive in any way, because unlike alcohol and many pharmaceuticals, this oil does not impair your motor skills.