Rick Simpson’s Run FROM the Cure

A seven part story of the beginning modern study , one of the originators, and a pair of ways to make the oil at the end.
seven parts…Part One

Part Two through part seven are links because my computer is too slow to read my own page.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysdaDhM9rfA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXHDEDe9UoM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9NN98CuFGA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn6XIG_oxUM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4Lqug_vaqo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fa2iCx3ZLgQ
So…it appears that making it will be the only chance we have, if Prop 19 doesn’t pass and the federal government wants to continue to bend to the pharmaceutical Manufacturers.
Although…care should be taken, as with any experiment done with heat.
and chemicals that are combustible.
How to Make the Oil

or

or probably what I would suggest as the safest, and modifiable, too. This method uses iso alcohol (99%) and the alcohol may be replaced with EverClear, or perhaps Ouzo if it has a high enough alcohol rating.
While Southern Comfort may be too light in that area, there are also other alcoholic products to consider. It gets down to the actual evaporation of the water content, so, possibly experiment with it.
But above all, remember that alcohol is every bit as combustible as fuel, especially when in gas form.
Have a chemist help you, if you can find one who is willing to experiment with curing cancerous growths and such.

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2 Responses to “Rick Simpson’s Run FROM the Cure”

  1. Jack Wells Says:

    …..lose shoes and a warm place to sleep at night!

  2. Panama corporation Says:

    It is no secret that some college students experiment with drugs and . It s part of the college experience of discovering who you are and what you are or are not interested in..I d like to say that most students over-indulge once or twice then realize they do not want to do that again and move on with their lives.

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