While there is a growing interest in natural remedies and numerous medicines are now based on natural sources, Big Pharma neglects the dangerous side effects and is continually producing various kinds of drugs which are high in harmful chemicals.
You have probably heard that cannabis can be significantly effective in the treatment of menstrual cramps, so the Foria Relief Company has invented a vaginal suppository which can replace Vicodin, Midol, and Ibuprofen, and is based on aromatic cocoa butter.
This vaginal suppository has been cautiously created in order to enhance the abilities of cannabis to alleviate pain and relax the muscles, and at the same time, to prevent the psychotropic property (being high).
All around the world, cannabis is commonly used in order to naturally relieve menstruation symptoms. The goal of the company is to use modern extracting procedures for potency and purity standardization, in order to create a safe experience which can be used by all women. They extract the flowers of cannabis which do not contain pesticides in order to use its active ingredients, and in a microbial- free process, combine them with exact doses- 60 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10 mg of cannabidiol (CBD). This is claimed to not make the user “high”.
The vaginal suppository contains CBD and THC, the two active cannabinoid compounds. As soon as these are introduced in the body, they trigger the activation of particular cannabinoid receptors in the pelvic area.
People who have used the Foria Relief report that it has helped them to greatly alleviate pain and discomfort during the menstrual cycle. The active compounds of cannabis directly affect the nerve endings in the uterus, cervix, ovaries and the muscles surrounding these areas.
Namely, THC blocks the pain and sends enjoyable signals to the brain. On the other hand, CBD has a positive impact on the mechanisms that cause inflammation, reduces cramps and cause muscle relaxation.
Apparently, the invention of this medicine is quite logical, as the majority of the cannabinoid receptors in the body are located in the area of the pelvic. Cannabis has numerous advantageous effects, as it can trigger the endocannabinoid system in the organism.
A user of this medicine explained her own experience. She claimed that it has relaxed her clenched and cramped muscles, eliminated the pain felt in the midsection and depicted her feeling of the area below the waist to the thighs “as if floating in some other galaxy”.
Even though women are continually using this medicine, it hasn’t yet been approved by the FDA. It is currently available in California only, but it is believed to expand along with the spread of Cannabis legalization.
Furthermore, the company that created this medicine makes use of the curative properties of cannabis in further inventions and created the Foria Pleasure, which provides evidence of the aphrodisiac capacity of Cannabis, as it is a medicine depicted as a sensual enhancement oil.
However, before you decide to use any suppositories, it is advisable to consult your doctor, even though all users of Foria Relief only confirm its amazing healing properties so far.
Sources and References:
thefreethoughtproject.com (By Justin Gardner)