1. The oil that Carla is using looks too light to be THC. THC is a dark brown color. CBD is light. Go to Rick Simpson makes oil and watch his video on Youtube. You will see what I mean. And CBD does not kill cancer cells. Too many people are confused by this and it could mean the difference between living and dying. Know what you are taking. The recommended oil is RSO, Rick Simpson Oil, and it usually contains 350 mg, 50% THC and 50% CBD with coconut oil as a carrier oil. You must take 6 grams of RSO within a 90 day period in order to get enough THC to kill all the cancer cells. Start out slowly with a tiny does the size of a half a grain of rice and slowly increase if taking it orally. Suppositories are different since there is no high. But there is a question about absorption. If you do suppositories, there is no high because it does bypass the liver. But if you take it orally, then there is also a question about the digestive process and how much actually makes it into the blood stream. A friend of mine who has been researching this as well, told me that rectal absorption is just a hair better than oral absorption according to a study she read. I do know of a cure using suppositories. A man with a cancerous brain tumor took two doses per day, 350 mg 2x per day, 50% THC and 50% CBD, and he is cancer free and the tumor gone. He was given 6 months to live. Make sure you do your research if you are fighting cancer. Do not listen to some of the advice given on the Internet as I have found many people posting false information because they either do not understand it or they haven't done enough research. I have been researching this for at least 7 years now. I'm a 4x ovarian cancer survivor. Went through chemo 3x and refused this last time. Did suppositories and loved them. I'm doing great!


    I respect the work you are doing to heal people with cannabis but please take a few minutes to look at these facts. I've gotten every doctor and site I've talked to to take down articles in support after seeing this info.


    Primary Sources
    "Disposition and bioavailability of various formulations of tetrahydrocannabinol in the rhesus monkey"

    "Rectal bioavailability of Δ-9-tetrahydrocannabinol from the hemisuccinate ester in monkeys"

    Thank you for your time and consideration!

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