Roy Simpson Oil

Frankly Dankly

Well-Known Member
Non drinker, no alcohol for me. Isn't that for a tincture anyway? RSO requires heat from a rice cooker (I use a hot plate). Isn't Everclear evaporated off?
Here's a link to the man himself. He mentions acetone and benzene in the video. He also says his process achieves complete decarboloxization.
Acetone and benzene...holy shit that’s toxic stuff. I use acetone to clean mating surfaces before sealant at work in the auto shop. Benzene is far worse. How do you achieve a 100% purge for safety?
 

MustGro

Well-Known Member
this shows him using alcohol, never seen someone consume acetone . good luck to you in that regard.
He uses iso though, not everclear.
Thanks for the good wishes but according to the toxicology I posted it won't be needed. We make acetone in our bodies.
 

CDubFMG

Member
Hi guys,a friend who is not well is using Roy Simpson Oil,it was bought from Spain. My friend is having good results from using the oil but it is very expensive understandably so as it seems to take a good quantity of weed to make a decent amount of oil.

From my understanding Medical Cannabis usually has a low THC content,with higher CBD and CBC content so the patient doesn't get stoned but does get the medical benefits of the CBD an CBC. I looked up which strains were best for RSO,they were ones like,Motorbreath 23% THC,2% CBC and Platinum OG,20% THC,1% CBC. I got them 2 strains from a High Times recommended list. That's fairly high THC levels.

Has anyone growen plants to make RSO that has turned out a succesful oil,which strains are best,how did you find making the RSO,how much oil did you get from what quantity of oil? Did the oil produced has many medical benefits.

Any info would be a great help. Look after yourselves.
On his website, Rick Simpson recommends the highest THC content you can find to make the best oil. When a person is seriously ill, high does THC is often necessary. Blueberry and its crosses have high THC and naturally high levels of CBD as well, which is perfect for RSO. Rick was contacted about this very questions years ago, he recommends CKS Crown Royal (Blueberry x PK) or any other Blueberry cross.
 

MustGro

Well-Known Member
Acetone and benzene...holy shit that’s toxic stuff. I use acetone to clean mating surfaces before sealant at work in the auto shop. Benzene is far worse. How do you achieve a 100% purge for safety?
I don't and I don't think it can be achieved using the Rick Simpson process. I don't know about you but I believe in science. Here's a quote from the toxicology I posted on page 1.
"Acetone is produced and disposed of in the human body through normal metabolic processes. It is normally present in blood and urine. Acetone has been studied extensively and is believed to exhibit only slight toxicity in normal use."
Read the toxicology section on Iso; acetone sure looks less toxic and LOTS of people use Iso for RSO. I haven't heard of any deaths from the more toxic Iso. I'm sticking with acetone; I'll be the guinea pig for the site. If I'm still alive and posting then it's OK....
I used acetone a lot for fiberglass. Never lay up job without it around. It's all good.
 

Frankly Dankly

Well-Known Member
I don't and I don't think it can be achieved using the Rick Simpson process. I don't know about you but I believe in science. Here's a quote from the toxicology I posted on page 1.
"Acetone is produced and disposed of in the human body through normal metabolic processes. It is normally present in blood and urine. Acetone has been studied extensively and is believed to exhibit only slight toxicity in normal use."
Read the toxicology section on Iso; acetone sure looks less toxic and LOTS of people use Iso for RSO. I haven't heard of any deaths from the more toxic Iso. I'm sticking with acetone; I'll be the guinea pig for the site. If I'm still alive and posting then it's OK....
I used acetone a lot for fiberglass. Never lay up job without it around. It's all good.
VOCs tell the story. Acetone has far worse VOCs. I just don’t get the combating cancer with a known carcinogen angle. More power to ya, hopefully it has no effect. I’m gonna keep to heat and pressure for my shit, lol.
 

MustGro

Well-Known Member
Well I'm not combatting cancer that I know of and if there is a carcinogenic angle to acetone; well, we make it in our bodies anyway. We don't make iso as far as I know.
From Wiki again; "The exhaled human breath contains a few thousand volatile organic compounds and is used in breath biopsy to serve as a VOC biomarker to test for diseases,[51] such as lung cancer.[56] One study has shown that "volatile organic compounds ... are mainly blood borne and therefore enable monitoring of different processes in the body."[57] And it appears that VOC compounds in the body "may be either produced by metabolic processes or inhaled/absorbed from exogenous sources" such as environmental tobacco smoke.[56][58]"
Smoking joints makes them too apparently.
 
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Ierse

New Member
I also find myself drawn to acetone for its polar and non polar qualities, and feel it to be safer due to previously reading the information shared by MustGrow, among other reports.
I would genuinely like to read any scientific information against its use.
 
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