The term “Phoenix Tears” can often be heard from experienced cannabis enthusiasts. However, not all of us know its great benefits. Below are some curious facts about one of the most potent marijuana products.
Phoenix Tears are the essential oil of the marijuana plant. In other words, it is high-quality medical marijuana oil. Phoenix Tears are often called Black Oil, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO), Jamaican hash oil, and Fully Extracted Cannabis Oil (FECO).
Phoenix Tears is extracted using a solvent. Both naphtha and grain alcohol can be used to separate resin from the herb material. However, many scientists criticize the naphtha method of extraction for the carcinogenic residue it possibly leaves in the oil. Thus, it is highly recommended to buy Black Oil that has been made using grain alcohol. Another benefit of this method is that alcohol solvents leave more chlorophyll in the extraction.
Phoenix Tears were discovered by the famous cancer survivor Rick Simpson. He performed some experiments with cannabis extracts, preparing highly concentrated essential oils. As soon as he was diagnosed skin cancer, Rick decided to find out how these oils would affect his tumors. It may sound like a miracle, but thanks to the extracts, Rick Simpson was completely healed from cancer! Since then, he has helped thousands of people treat their conditions with marijuana. All free of charge.
The cannabis market offers a large variety of marijuana oils. If you do not want to treat your illness with psychoactive cannabis, you can purchase oil extracted from high-CBD strains as well as the high-THC options.
Although there have still been no clinical studies on cannabis oil, Phoenix Tears are extremely popular among patients suffering from epilepsy and cancer. Moreover, there is a long list of medical conditions that can be positively influenced by cannabis treatment:
• Chronic pain
• Crohn’s disease
• Multiple sclerosis
In the absence of cannabis-based pharmaceutical medicine, Phoenix Tears can be the closest thing to cannabinoid drugs available today.