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RSO for benign tumor

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by Jelena, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. Dear all,

    Pleas help me, I need some information. Can RSO be sued for benign tumor, and which dosage (i read that for cancer is around 60 ml)? My uncle has benign tumor on thyroid gland. If anybody has similiar experineces please write.
  2. repeat post - sorry
  3. Yes I do. I had benign tumors that the doctors were sure were cancerous. I was taking about a bb's worth of cannabis oil a night. Way different from the full 60 mls. People who have had cancer and go in to remission from cannabis oil continue to take a maintenance dose of the same amount. Just a small bead is all he'll need.

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