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Last updated: May 31st, 2016

The taste of cannabis oil (including Rick Simpson Oil) varies depending on the process used to extract the cannabinoids from the plant. However, having said that, cannabis oil generally has an earthy and bitter taste that is reminiscent of chlorophyll. The best way to ingest the oil is to tack the dosage on your lower gum line and let it dissolve on its own within a few minutes, much like you would any infused sublingual. As you start to increase your dosage over time, you will begin to get more and more familiar with the flavor and it will become less of an obstacle. Additionally, some innovative cannabis oil producers are now re-introducing terpenes and adding other natural flavor-enhancers to the end-product to make consumption more enjoyable.

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