RSO Syringe, or Rick Simpson Oil, has become an increasingly popular cannabis extract used both recreationally and medicinally. But for those new to using it, RSO syringes can seem intimidating. Have no fear! With a few simple tips, you’ll be using RSO syringes like a pro in no time.
If you want to get the most out of your cannabis plant, making Rick Simpson Oil or RSO cannabis Extract is a simple way to do it. RSO is a potent concentrate that packs a punch. Let’s explore how to make and use RSO.
What is RSO Syringe?
RSO is a highly concentrated cannabis oil extract. It’s known for being rich in THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids. The name “Rick Simpson Oil” comes from Canadian medical marijuana activist Rick Simpson, who developed the extraction method in the early 2000s.
RSO is often praised for its versatility and potency. It can be taken in several ways: orally, applied topically, or even vaped or dabbed. The thick, tar-like oil is dispensed in syringes for accurate dosing and easy use.
How to Make RSO?
While you can find quality pre-made RSO at many dispensaries, some folks prefer to make it themselves.
Making RSO at home involves just a few steps:
- Decarboxylate dried cannabis flower in the oven to activate THC and other cannabinoids
- Soak the decarbed cannabis in a solvent like ethanol or isopropyl alcohol to extract the cannabinoids
- Strain the liquid through a filter to remove plant material
- Evaporate off most of the solvent using a rice cooker or double boiler
- The resulting oil is RSO! Dispense it into a syringe for storage and use
Home extraction can allow you to control the strain and quality of the starting material. However, be very careful when using flammable solvents. Consider consulting an expert before attempting.
What is RSO Weed?
RSO weed refers to the dried cannabis flower used to make RSO. Growers tend to use high-THC strains like Afghan Kush, Painkiller XL, and Pineapple Express. But any strain can be used to produce RSO.
Many patients and recreational users choose indica-dominant strains for RSO’s relaxing, sedative effects. Sativa or hybrid strains may also work well, providing a more energetic, cerebral high.
The quality of the starting material greatly impacts the quality of the final RSO product. So only use lab-tested cannabis from a reputable source.
How to Take RSO?
One of the appeals of RSO syringe is its versatility. There are several ways to consume or use this concentrated oil:
The most common way to take RSO syringe is orally. Use the syringe to squeeze out your dosage and ingest it. You can take the oil raw or infuse it into foods or drinks. Start with a rice grain-sized dose and increase slowly as needed. Effects take 30-90 minutes to kick in when ingested.
Place a drop or two under your tongue and hold it there for a few minutes before swallowing. This sublingual absorption provides the fastest effect.
Add RSO to food like Nutella or applesauce to mask the taste. Just heat up the food a bit first to help the RSO mix in.
For industrial-strength effects, place a rice-grain sized amount of RSO syringe inside a 000-sized gelatin capsule.
Apply RSO to your skin to absorb cannabinoids locally. This can provide relief from sore muscles, arthritis pain, skin conditions, and more. It won’t cause the same psychoactive high as oral use. Massage it onto the desired area.
While less common, RSO syringe can also be vaped or dabbed like other cannabis concentrates. Use very small amounts, as RSO is extremely potent! Effects come on rapidly when vaped or dabbed.
Yes, you read that right! Rectal and vaginal administration of RSO allows for quick absorption and potent effects. Use an applicator and lubricant to insert a small dose safely. Only attempt this with medical guidance.
Use an oral syringe to measure out your desired dose. Start with a tiny amount and work your way up as needed. RSO hits hard, so go slow until you find your comfort zone.
So don’t let the syringe intimidate you! RSO syringe is easy to use. Start low, go slow, and experiment until you find the ideal dosage and method for you. With some practice, you’ll be reaping all the benefits of this versatile cannabis extract.
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