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Where to buy pure Cannabis Oil in South Africa.

Tips on buying Cannabis Oil in South Africa.

A lot of South Africans are using Medical Cannabis, Cannabis Oil and CBD Oil to treat an array of illnesses and diseases like MS, Cancer, fibromyalgia, leukemia, Crohn’s disease and more.

Some are just using it as a dietary option, believing and understanding it’s benefits.

What concerns me and what should concern you is the quality of the Cannabis Oil products which are available to buy online in South Africa and around the corner from you.

Many Cannabis Oil makers are using Benzene, Butane, Denatured 91% (IPA (Isopropyl) alcohol, acetone, naphtha and even petrol to make their Cannabis Oil and this should be avoided.

All of these alcohol solvents or gases contain carcinogens and you may be able to remove the residual solvent or gas, but will it remove the added carcinogens?

The reason carcinogens like arsenic are added to the alcohol amongst other reasons is to stop people from drinking it.

The majority of FECO Full Extract Cannabis Oil suppliers in South Africa are either using Benzene or 91% denatured IPA which may contain carcinogens like arsenic and other chemicals which will not evaporate and disappear but be left in the Cannabis Oil.

This may have been one of the reasons why Mario Oriani-Ambrosini stopped taking Cannabis Oil as his blood was tested and found to have high levels of arsenic.

A reason for this may have been that the Cannabis Oil supplier was using denatured IPA (Isopropyl alcohol) to make the Cannabis Oil? Or were the plants grown on a dump or merely the result of poor cultivation etc.

This Cannabis Oil supplier may also have been supplying Lindsey Martin who claimed to have cured her colon cancer using this Cannabis Oil. Unfortunately Lindsey passed away in 2014. But when we met in late 2013 she was selling about 300ml of Cannabis Oil per week to people all over South Africa who were using it to treat their illness or disease.

There have been many Cannabis Oil Success Stories all over the world.

Rick Simpson was mostly responsible for reminding people of the use of Cannabis in history as a medicine.

Rick suggests the use of solvents like naphtha and Isopropyl alcohol and the majority of youtube videos which show how to make Cannabis or Dagga Oil suggest using the above mentioned solvents.

If the solvent says not fit for human consumption then why would you use a product which is made from this?

Often the issue is education and people do not ask for any information.

We suggest that you rather use FECO Full Extract Cannabis Oil products made by Cannabis Oil suppliers who are using food grade ethanol or CO2 extraction methods to produce this ‘black tar oil’, ‘Rick Simpson Oil’, ‘Hash Oil’, ‘Cannabis Oil’ or ‘Hemp Oil’ etc.

FECO Full Extract Cannabis Oil or a concentrate etc. is what is mostly used for a serious illness, disease and in the case of severe pain.

For mild pain relief, a non life threatening treatment option or to use as a dietary supplement, infusions made using quality plant material and coconut oil, olive oil and grape seed oil can be beneficial.

Are you growing your own Cannabis/Marijuana/Dagga/Hemp?

Then you can decide on what extraction method you would like to use.

Perhaps you’d prefer some dagga tea, a summer hemp smoothie or an Cannabis edible for pain relief?

Legalisation will enable access to qualified and affordable testing facilities to South Africans so that they can know exactly what is in the Medical Cannabis products and Cannabis Oil they are using.

Of course if you are growing your own you shouldn’t have any issues as long as you do your research and are discreet.

In South Africa Cannabis is still classified illegal and a Schedule 7 substance.

You can read more on the States appeal to the Western Cape High Court Ruling by CLICKING HERE.

If you have any questions about Medical Cannabis or Cannabis Oil in South Africa you are more than welcome to make use of the contact form above.

PS. The photo below is a screenshot off a dagga facebook page.

Always ask how the Cannabis product was made.

Ralph Higgo