For those of you who have watched the documentary “Run from the Cure”, this should answer any questions about producing your own Cannabis Oil. I recommend that people grow their own cannabis either in a small indoor grow system or outdoors. Growing it yourself will eliminate the high cost associated with buying cannabis from drug dealers.
The cost of cannabis can vary greatly from dealer to dealer and so can the quality. For anyone new to growing drug cannabis a good book or video on the subject is a necessity. If you go to 420 Magazine, the good people there should be able to point you in the right direction.
Oils that drug dealers sell can have many contaminants and often little or no THC. From my experience, most Cannabis Oil available on the street should be avoided for medicinal use. Make your own oil or have someone you trust produce the oil to assure a very pure, high quality oil is produced.
One pound (500g) of bone-dry cannabis buds will usually produce about 2 ounces (55 – 60 mL) of high-grade oil. This amount of oil will cure most serious cancers; the average person can ingest this amount in about three months.
This oil is very potent so one must begin treatment with small doses. A drop of oil about half the size of a grain of rice, two to four times a day is a good beginning. After four or five days, start increasing your daily dosage very gradually. As time goes on the body builds a tolerance to the oil and more and more can be taken.
In cases where people are in a great deal of pain, I recommend that their dosage be quickly increased until it kills the pain. High quality Cannabis Oil will stop pain even when morphine is not effective. The oil can be applied to external injuries for pain relief in minutes.
Will I get high?
Following the dosage previously described, many people can take the full treatment and never get high. In regards to drug cannabis, getting “high” is a joke, even if a person does take too much oil the effect wears off quickly and no harm is done. No one has ever died from the use of cannabis medications.
Will I become addicted?
Cannabis Oil does not cause your body to crave more. It is non-addictive, harmless and effective for practically any medical condition.
Is this the same as hemp seed oil?
No! This is Cannabis Oil, made from the bud and small leaves of the drug cannabis plant. It is the essential oil of the plant. Health food stores sell oil made from hemp seed that is often mislabeled as Cannabis Oil.
Although seed oil is very beneficial, it does not contain enough THC to have any effect on cancer and other serious illnesses.
Are hemp, cannabis and marijuana the same?
The word marijuana is one of over four hundred slang terms used worldwide to describe the cannabis and/or hemp plant.
Are all Cannabis plants the same?
When buying or growing drug cannabis, procure a strain that has the highest possible THC content. To energize someone suffering from depression, I recommend a good Sativa strain. For most other medical conditions, I strongly suggest that Indica strains be used. Indicas relax a person and provide them with more rest and sleep.
Cannabis Oil can be vaporized, ingested or used topically.
Add the oil to creams and salves for external use.
For someone new to making the oil I suggest that you go to “Run From The Cure”. There you can watch our documentary in seven segments.
Segment #4 shows how the oil can be produced at home or one can go to Phoenix Tears Movie and download the full documentary. You will need a high-speed internet connection and there is no charge. The process in the video could only be described as crude at best, but the oil that is produced will cure cancer.
In reality, this medicine should be produced in a controlled environment, using distilling equipment, and other highly controlled procedures to reclaim the solvent and to purify the oil. Most people do not understand distilling and do not have access to the required equipment. This is the reason such a simple method is descried in the documentary, so if need be just about anyone can produce the oil.
As in the video, again we stress that this process, if not done properly can be dangerous and we bear no responsibility if this educational information is misused.
1 – Place the completely dry starting material in a plastic bucket.
2 – Dampen the material with the solvent you are using. Many solvents can be used. I like to use pure naphtha but it costs $500 for a 45-gallon drum. You can use 99% isopropyl alcohol, which you can find in your local drug stores. Alcohol absorbs more chlorophyll from the plant material than naphtha does. This gives oils made with alcohol a darker color but does not diminish the potency of the oil to any noticeable degree.
Naphtha, butane and many other solvents can produce oils that are amber and transparent. Granted these clear oils do look better but dark oil can be just as potent. If the process is done properly, little or no solvent residue is left in the oil.
You will require about two gallons of solvent to strip the THC off one pound of dry starting material. 500 milliliters of solvent should be more than enough to strip the THC from one ounce of starting material.
3 – Crush the plant material using a stick of clean, untreated (chemical free) wood or some such device. Even though the starting material has been dampened with the solvent, you will find that the material can be readily crushed.
4 – Add solvent until the starting material is completely covered. Use the stick to work the plant material. As you are doing this, the THC dissolves off the plant material into the solvent.
5 – Continue working the plant material for about 3 minutes.
6 – Pour the solvent-oil mix off the plant material into another bucket. You have just stripped the plant material of about 80% of its THC.
7 – Second wash – again add solvent to the plant material and work it for another 3 minutes to get the other 20%.
8 – Pour this solvent-oil mix into the bucket containing the first mix that was poured off previously.
9 – Compost the twice-washed plant material if possible. Otherwise dispose of in an eco-friendly way.
10 – Pour the solvent-oil mix through a coffee filter into a clean container.
11 – Boil the solvent off. I have found that a rice cooker will do this boil off very nicely. The one I have has two heat settings – high and low – and will hold over a half gallon (2.5 liters) of solvent-oil mix.
12 – Add solvent-oil mix to the rice cooker until it is about ¾ full. Make sure you are in a very well ventilated area and set up a fan to carry the solvent fumes away.
The fumes are very flammable. Be sure to stay away from red-hot elements, sparks, cigarettes etc. that could ignite the fumes. Most times when an issue occurs someone sits down near the rice cooker and lights a cigarette or joint while waiting. Avoid the temptation or move far away.
13 – Plug the rice cooker in and set it on high heat.
14 – Continue adding solvent-oil mix as the level in the rice cooker decreases until it is all in the cooker.
15 – Add a few drops of water to the solvent-oil mix as the level comes down for the last time. The amount of water added depends on how much starting material you had in the beginning. If I am producing oil from a pound of good bud, I usually add about ten drops of water.
16 – When there is about one inch of solvent-oil-water mix left in the cooker, put on your oven mitts, pick the unit up and gently swirl the contents
17 – Continue swirling until the solvent has been evaporated off. The few drops of water help release the solvent residue and protect the oil somewhat from too much heat. When the solvent has been boiled off, the cooker that I use automatically goes to low heat. This avoids any danger of overheating the oil.
At no time should the temperature of the oil go over 290F degrees (140 C).
18 – Put on your oven mitts and remove the pot containing the oil from the rice cooker.
19 – Gently pour the oil into a small stainless steel container.
20 – Place this container in a dehydrator or put in on a gentle heating device such as a coffee warmer. It may take a few hours but the water and volatile turpenes will be evaporated from the oil.
When there is no longer any activity on the surface of the oil the medicine is ready for use.
21 – At this point, pour the hot oil into a bottle; or as in the video suck it up into a plastic syringe. Putting the oil in a plastic syringe makes it very easy to dispense the medicine.
To anyone starting to use Cannabis Oil as a medication, here are some simple facts.
Cannabis Oil will lower blood pressure. If you are on blood pressure medication, you may find that this medication is no longer needed.
Cannabis Oil will help control blood sugar for diabetics. I have seen Cannabis Oil control blood sugar to the extent that insulin was no longer needed.
I am not a doctor and I do not have the right to tell people what they should do. Personally, I would not consider taking any cancer treatments currently in use by our medical system,
I do not recommend that Cannabis Oil be taken along with chemotherapy. What would be the sense of making your own cure and then allowing the medical system to give you massive doses of poison?
From my experience with cannabis medications, I have found that most pharmaceutical medications are no longer needed once a person starts using Cannabis Oil. Cannabis Oil seems to mix well with most natural medications but I have had a few reports from people trying to take Cannabis Oil and pharmaceuticals who experienced stomach pain etc. All problems ceased when they stopped taking the prescription drugs.
To anyone who is going to act on this information to help a loved one, I welcome you to the world of alternative medicine.
Again, I caution you to be very careful when boiling the solvent off. The fumes are very flammable. Be sure to stay away from red-hot elements, sparks, cigarettes etc. that could ignite the fumes.
I wish you the best luck and health.
Source: Rick Simpson’s Phoenix Tears Library