Full Extract Cannabis Oil (FECO) is an extraction from the flowers of the cannabis plant. This infusion is known as medical cannabis oil. Interestingly, FECO requires the use of ethanol for extraction. This differentiates FECO from standard THC oil and CBD oil extractions. This unique process maintains the complex properties of the cannabis plant.
FECO is highly concentrated and highly potent. Therefore, it is commonly referred to as medical cannabis oil. FECO is the number one choice of cannabis oil for chronic illness patients. This is due to its unique healing potential.
Cannabis contains chemical compounds called cannabinoids. These specialized compounds are believed to house healing potentials. According to this article (2018), FECO may possess anti-nauseant capabilities.
Unfortunately, muscle spasticity or tightness is common in many neurological illnesses. Interestingly, THC may aid in the relaxation of muscles. THC is the psychoactive property of cannabis. This compound is highly prevalent in FECO. Thusly, FECO may assist in the management of nausea and muscle pain.
Full Extract Cannabis Oil can be taken by syringe, added to cannabis edibles, or applied topically. As FECO is highly potent, it is important to consume a very small amount to begin with. This is to understand how FECO will affect you. Of course, the amount of FECO can be adjusted in the future. Furthermore, FECO can also be added to topicals such as lotions or pain salves. Apply FECO topically for absorption through the skin and into the bloodstream.
Follow the simple instructions below to create FECO today. Check out our step-by-step video for visual learning. Be sure to let us know what you think of this recipe on social!
1 Farma Health (2018) FECO: Everything To Know About Full Extract Cannabis Oil
2 Farma Health (2018) Healthy Benefits of Full Extract Cannabis Oil
3 Canadian Medical Association Journal (2012, May 14th) Smoked cannabis can help relieve muscle tightness and pain in people with multiple sclerosis
4 WebMD, Reviewed by Lava, Neil MD (2019, March 6th) Spasticity