Phoenix Tears RSO

Canada's #1 Source for Phoenix Tears 

Phoenix Tears are potent full extraction cannabis oil. Also known as ROS (Rick Simpson Oil). Rick Simpson was able to cure his skin cancer by applying the oil directly on his skin, and since then Phoenix Tears has offered potential healing to many people. 

CBD can also be found in Phoenix Tears along with other cannabinoids and terpenes, offering the benefit of the “entourage effect”.

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Phoenix Tears are available in capsule form, making them easier to swallow and store. Look for our best brands and experience the benefits that Phoenix Tears have to offer.

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January 27, 2022
How do you Use Rick Simpson Oil for Cancer?

You may have heard about the various Phoenix Tears benefits, particularly their role in treating cancer and helping to alleviate the side effects caused by traditional cancer treatments. Once people discover this amazing natural health supplement though, they often wonder how to even use it! Due to its potency, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) can be […]

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January 26, 2022
How Can Rick Simpson Oil Help with Cancer Treatment Side Effects?

As previously mentioned in this article, Rick Simpson Oil/Phoenix Tears Canada has shown promise as an effective cancer treatment, although research is still ongoing. Preliminary studies have shown that Phoenix Tears THC oil can slow the spread of cancer cells, decreasing the chances of the cancer spreading to healthy tissue. It can prevent tumors from […]

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January 25, 2022
Can Rick Simpson Oil Treat Cancer?

According to the Canadian Government, cancer remains the leading cause of death in the country. Approximately 2 in every 5 people will be diagnosed with cancer during their life. An estimated 1 in every 4 will die from cancer. With such astronomical rates, it’s no wonder that Canadians are seeking natural remedies to treat cancer. […]

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December 22, 2021
Can I Get a Prescription for CBD Oil in Canada?

The Canadian Cannabis Act came into effect in 2018, essentially legalizing CBD and THC for those who meet the age requirements. Despite being legal and not requiring a prescription, many Canadians suffering from chronic illness prefer to consult with a healthcare practitioner for a prescription in addition to ongoing monitoring and guidance. Certain clinics composed […]

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