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With the announcements of several special weed-infused suppositories and creams to relieve women’s menstrual pain, comes one resounding question: DO THEY WORK?!
Like many women, I have utilized medical cannabis for menstrual cramps and pain for years. It’s not surprising that Foria, the inventors of the first direct-to-market cannabis-infused pleasure lube for women, would create such a novel application that delivers the medicine within the body, directly to where it’s needed most.
The instructions for the product advise you to lay on your back and relax for 15 minutes or more after application. Cannabis products are constantly reinforcing knowing one’s self and enhancing the mind-body connection for greater healing potential. While these products are effective no matter what, it’s amazing what follo...
There are already so many ways to ingest weed: You can smoke it in a joint. You can rip it from a bong. You can eat it in the form of a baked good or a gummy candy. You can have it in a tea or a tincture. You can vape it. You can use a lotion, a lip gloss, or a lozenge. So many ways! Who could ever think of any more?
Foria, a cannabis company, first raised the question of whether it was possible to get high through your vagina last year, when it started selling a line of weed lube. Now it has released a new vagina-weed product, Foria Relief, a suppository meant to soothe menstrual cramps.
The capsules are all-natural — made from organic cocoa butter, CO2, THC oil, and CBD isolate — and offer pain relief by activating cannabinoid receptors in the pelvic region.