New Cannabis Pill is So Effective It’s Replacing Big Pharma Painkillers
The active ingredients are derived from pesticide-free cannabis flowers
If you are in contact with any female cannabis users, you may have heard that it can be extremely reliable at relieving menstrual cramps.
A company called Foria Relief has created a vaginal suppository that could entirely replace painkillers like ibuprofen, Midol or Vicodin. It's even made with a fragrant cocoa butter base.
The active ingredients are derived from pesticide-free cannabis flowers and made into specific doses-- 60 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10 mg of cannabidiol (CBD)-- in a microbial-free procedure. As the manufacturer categorically states, it does not make you high.
"FORIA Relief has been carefully crafted utilizing a shipment system intended to maximize the muscle relaxing and discomfort eliminating properties of cannabis without causing a psychotropic "high." Cannabis has a long, cross-cultural history of use as a natural aid in alleviating symptoms connected with menstruation. Our objective is to share the medical properties of this powerful plant while using modern extraction strategies to standardize pureness and strength, consequently making sure a safe and available experience for all women."
"Foria Relief consists of both THC and CBD, the two basic active cannabinoid compounds discovered in cannabis. Together they trigger certain cannabinoid receptors in the pelvic region when introduced into the body via these specifically created suppositories. Users have reported a significant decrease in the discomfort and discomfort typically related to menstruation. The cannabinoids directly affect the immune system and the nerve endings of the uterus, cervix, ovaries and surrounding smooth muscle tissues. THC favorably affects the nerves and assists in blocking out discomfort while likewise permitting more enjoyable signals to be received by the brain. CBD operates in the immune system by suppressing the mechanisms responsible for inflammation. CBD also slows down electrical signaling to muscles and enables them to relax, consequently decreasing cramping."
Since the pelvic region has more cannabinoid receptors than anywhere else in the body, this product is a rational move.
As reported in many research studies discovering the fantastic benefits of cannabis as medicine, centered on its usage to stimulate our bodies' endocannabinoid systems.
Here's exactly what one writer at Leafly.com needed to say about the item:
" All of the muscles that had actually been constrained and clenched so tight gradually released and my body unwinded. Where I had been painfully familiar with every inch of my midsection, all of a sudden it felt as though I had no belly at all. From my waist to my thighs, it was practical as if my groin had actually merely liquified and was drifting in some galaxy far, far. "
The Food and Drug Administration hasn't yet authorized this item as a treatment, however that isn't stopping people from trying it and finding that it works. Foria is just available in California now, although ideally, this will broaden as cannabis legalization becomes the norm
This company is taking the therapeutic use of cannabis in different variations. It currently makes a product called Foria Pleasure, which is a "sensuous improvement oil attentively created for females and their partners" in the tradition of cannabis as a natural aphrodisiac.
Of course, everyone's body is different, and seeking a physician's advice before placing something inside your vaginal area is always a smart option. That being said, the reviews about Foria Relief abound and filled with appreciation.