Even though people want to incorporate natural medicines in their lives more, Big Pharma tries its best to enforce their synthetic meds that do more harm than good.
Cannabis’ medical benefits are no longer a secret, and the Foria Relief Company has embraced its healing powers and developed a vaginal suppository which can replace Vicodin, Midol, and Ibuprofen, and is based on aromatic cocoa butter. This remedy was developed in order to help women with menstrual pain by relaxing the muscles, and doesn’t cause psychotropic property.
In order to make the remedy, the cannabis flowers are extracted, which do not contain pesticides in order to use its active ingredients, and in a microbial-free process they are combined with exact doses-60 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10 mg of cannabidiol (CBD). The THC blocks the pain and sends enjoyable signals to the brain, while CBD has a positive impact on the mechanisms that cause inflammation, reduces cramps and cause muscle relaxation.
According to an experience from a woman who has utilized the vaginal suppository, this remedy 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”.
The remedy is still not approved by the FDA and can only be purchased in California.
Even though there still aren’t any complaints reported, make sure you consult with your doctor before utilizing the remedy.