In recent time people are more aware of alternative medicine and natural remedies, than they were before.
However, the Pharma companies still enforce their drugs on a public, despite the negative influences and side-effects.
Cannabis as a medicine becomes more widespread in mainstream society. The benefits of cannabis are also covered in many studies.
Recently, the company Foria Relief has invented a vaginal suppository, which is based on aromatic cocoa butter. Now it is excellent substitution for Ibuprofen, Vicodin, and Midol. It has ability to relax the muscles, so it is used in treatment of menstrual cramps. The good news is that it doesn’t lead to psychotropic property.
The vaginal suppository was made of additive-free cannabis and pesticide, in ratio 10 mg of cannabidiol (CBD) and 60 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC blocks the pain while CBD relaxes the muscles.
Women who tried the vaginal suppository are witnessing the felling “as if floating in some other galaxy”.
The remedy is still not approved by the FDA, and for now it is only sold in California. There are not yet reported any complaints or side-effects from people who have already tried it.
Note: We strongly suggest you to consult your doctor if you want to consume this remedy.