These Painkilling Marijuana Tampons May Be The End of Period Cramps

Marijuana’s powerful medicinal properties are more and more recognized each day. It can be used for different medical conditions, starting from glaucoma to insomnia.

Marijuana is most efficient as a painkiller because it rapidly soothes all kinds of pain triggered from injuries, inflammation, and chemotherapy.

Foria is a company that produces innovative cannabis products and it has found a way to use marijuana’s painkilling qualities to ease period spasms. This company’s product known as Foria Relief consists of suppositories which should be inserted as usually. Also, they can be used along with tampons for best effects and better comfort.

THC oil, organic cocoa butter, and CBD isolate are the three natural ingredients in the suppositories. Foria states that the THC oil and CBD will “activate certain cannabinoid receptors in the pelvic region when introduced into the body.”

Their product reduces pain and discomfort during the menstrual cycle. Moreover, many users verified the great effect of Foria Relief.

The suppositories contain cannabinoids that make the nerves in the ovaries, uterus, and cervix to block the pain. Moreover, they relax the surrounding muscle tissue, causing less discomfort.

The product is supposed to soothe the pain closest to the place where it is placed, so by inserting it vaginally in the womb area, you alleviate the pain due to menstruation.

In addition, there are some users who reported that its rectal use relieves the pain in the hips and back, which are often affected during a period.

According to the women who tried this product, they experienced relief in 15-30 minutes after insertion. If you are using it with a tampon, first insert the suppository and then the tampon. You may experience a tiny leakage because of the cocoa butter melting.

Store the product in a dry and cool place, as in the fridge. It will easily melt in places hotter than 76 degrees Fahrenheir.

Article source: www.healthyfoodhouse.com
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unitedpatientsgroup.com
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