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Recommended Oral Dosage
Many issues may require a higher dose and if you can tolerate it you will benefit from doing larger doses.
HCO is very concentrated though and if you do more than your ready for it can have very strong effects. We have some patients taking up to 1/2 teaspoon in the morning and another at night, this should provide meaningful sleep at night plus stimulate your appetite.
This depends on the Batch. Find the Batch number and go to this page and click on the link for your batch to find out
In short, HCO is an acryonm that stands for Holy Christ Oil. It is an ancient recipe, given to Moses directly by his almight GOD. So you might even call it Highly Controversial Oil. Its RSO with bling, its a miracle in a bottle. History accepts that Jesus was a great Healer, the bible tells stories of him healing the Sick.. Even raising the dead. Whats not talked about though is the recipe that Jesus would have used to heal people. But again how many know that its actually written in the Bible, in the Old Testament.
Everyone accepts that there might be some mistakes or changes that have taken place each time they translate the Bible into other languages. The first of these translations was called the Septuagint. This was the very first translation of the Hebrew Bible and some related texts into any other language and this time its going to be Koine Greek. Whats historically interesting is understanding why its about to be translated. The Greek King of Egypt Ptolemy II Philadelphus (309–246 BC) was helping build the Library at Alexandria and that tells us it was written during the 3rd through 1st centuries BCE. The is the first time they are do a translation and its from Hebrew into Greek.
Guess what one of the mistranslations was. If you guessed the Recipe for Holy Christ Oil you got more right than they did. We wouldn't even know this though if Sara Benetowa aka Sula Benet back in 1936 wrote a book called "Tracing One Word Through Different Languages”. This was a study on the word Cannabis, based on a study of the oldest Hebrew texts. Although the word Cannabis was thought to be of Scythian origin, Benet’s research showed it had an earlier root in the Semitic Languages such as Hebrew. Benet demonstrated that the ancient Hebrew word for Cannabis is Kaneh-Bosem.
Sara knew her stuff as an etymologist from the Institute of Anthropological Sciences, in Warsaw. She wrote several books that followed the word Cannabis back through history. So back to what HCO is, it is the recipe as told to moses by his god. With out any translational errors that have occured throughout history and if thats not like following the tapestry being woven back together it is at least quite a few things to know to this date.