Apparently, a recent study has shown that a new cannabis capsule is even more effective than popular painkillers, and can even replace them!
Namely, the newest inventory of The Foria Relief Company is a vaginal suppository that soothes menstrual pain and cramps. It has an aromatic cocoa- butter base and provides better effects than Vicodin, Midol, and ibuprofen.
This vaginal suppository contains extracted cannabis flowers, that is, exactly 60mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10mg of cannabidiol (CBD).
As soon as it is inserted into the vagina, it relaxes the tensed muscles due to the menstrual cramps.
It is known that THC blocks pain, and CBD provides relaxation, so their combination stops the inflammation and spasms, and relaxes the muscles. What’s more, it does not have any psychoactive properties!
Now, this product is only sold in California, since the FD has not approved it. Its long-term positive and negative effects are unknown as the testing is still in the early stages. However, it would replace painkillers, which are often abused, as about 4.7 million Americans are dependent on them, and other 7% are becoming addicted.
Cannabis has no addictive elements, so it would be of great benefit in these cases. Yet, even though it will not happen overnight, its miraculous effects cannot be hidden for long.