We are excited to introduce our first Rick Simpson Oil review to our series! John Grown #4 submitted 2:1 RSO from his recently harvested Cream and Cheese CBD strain by Seedsman Seeds for Cannabinoids and Terpenes tests. Cream and Cheese CBD is a cross between Seedsman CBD and UK Cheese. John Grown #4 proves again that Illinois medical patients can produce more than flower as medicine. Along with John Grown #4, many Illinois patients are creating their own concentrates.
Cannabinoids Test Dates
Date Analyzed: 01/25/2021 Date Completed: 01/26/2021
Terpenes Test Dates
Analyzed 01/28/2021: Date Completed 01/28/2021
The 2:1 RSO sample tested at 22.177% total THC, 42.655% total CBD, and 70.638% total Cannabinoids. This terpenes profile leads with a blast of Trans-caryophyllene (31.9%), followed by linalool (11.82%), α-humulene (11.02%), terpineol (8.35%), and β-myrcene (5.63%). Some of the minor terpenes included fenchone (4.75%), fenchyl alcohol (4.15%), caryophyllene oxide (3.54%), β-ocimene (2.57%), and nerol (2.27%).
The Medical Results
The 2:1 RSO is dark oil in a tiny syringe with ml measurements on the side so you are able to dose the precise amount. The 2:1 RSO allows you to dose about a rice drop a small food of choice three times a day for inflammation and muscle relief. Or you can take a higher dose at night for a stronger effect. Though the 2:1 has less cerebral effect, RSO is stronger so THC effects are still noticeable in high doses. The effects strongest aspect, though, is its body buzz. The 2:1 ration allows for the small doses for pain relief without sedation or cloudy thoughts, or with heavier doses, the ration allows for a heavy and deeper body buzz rushes through in waves.
The taste is not the most pleasant, but trying it with different foods can eliminate some of the earthy cannabis flavor.
Medical Patient Homegrown vs. Cultivators
So is this Medical Patient Homegrown not as good as, as good as, or better than dispensary flower? Or is it the fire of Illinois medicine? The 2:1 RSO is as good as Illinois dispensary RSO, and John Grown #4 can produce the oil cheaper than purchasing it. He says that the process is not that difficult to learn, and he plans on creating more concentrates.
Patient Growing Experience
How long have you been a registered Illinois Medical Patient? I’ve been a registered medical patient for a little over a year.
How long have you been growing your own medicine? The day I got my med card I popped my first seed! Been growing since then.
Why did you start growing your own medicine? Why? The taxes, the people, and everything in-between. I enjoy the meditative moments in my garden and sharing my hard work with friends.
What do you want to add about growing at home in Illinois? It’s a lot easier than you think to get started. Just research, research, research the nutrients you want to use!
The patient requested this information be released: John Grow #4 can be found on Instagram @chitown_grower
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