Do You Carry Rick Simpson Oil?

15 Oct

cannanectorYes, it is called Honey Oil.

Rick Simpson oil, like other oils, is made from extracting the cancer fighting elements out of the cannabis plant. It and other oils like it are made using a CO2 extraction process, also known as Supercritical fluid extraction.

This method involves using high pressure to force carbon dioxide through plant matter, causing a separation of the matter. This isolates the pure essence of the cannabis resulting in a pure, transparent, amber oil. The CO2 method leaves behind no residue, where solvents such as butane can potentially leave behind undesirables which alter the flavor of the oil.

Honey Oil is a pure THC and CBD heavy option created with the CO2 extraction method.

Other similar oils we carry include the Pure Gold and the 10% CBD.

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