Look what the amazing Dr. Jen Gunter has to share again!
The idea of marijuana via vaginal suppository is quite interesting. At times, I’m sure I would have been very desperate to try such a thing, but today is the first I’ve ever heard of this … plus I don’t live in a state that allows medical marijuana.
Anyway, if anyone tries or has tried this, please let me know — I’d really like to know how well it worked! But it’s not like I’m going to go get a uterus transplant so I can try it myself! My dsymenorrhea (painful periods) are a thing of the past — and it was all done legally!
Foria wants you to know they are selling vaginal suppositories of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol)called Fiora Relief for menstrual cramps. Each suppository contains 60 mg of THC and 10 mg of CBD.
Foria claims they can treat the pain of menstrual cramps and endometriosis. Is this possible?
THC and cannabidiol (CBD) are compounds found in marijuana. The psychoactive (i.e. high) from marijuana is believed to be due to the THC, which can relaxmuscles and also causeeuphoria and sedation as well as anxiety, paranoia, and dysphoria. Cannabidiolcan stimulate receptors in the brain, reproductive, endocrine (hormone), gastrointestinal, and vascular systems.Some research suggestsCBD may attenuate THC-induced tachycardia,euphoria, and anxiety (i.e. the bad parts of a high), but it’s not clear if that is really the case clinically. We have a lot to learn about these receptors and their role in pain and inflammation. Basically, we don’t know what…
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