Cannabis legalization is a controversial topic in the U.S. today, constantly appearing in the news. Despite ongoing efforts from government officials to put a stop to its penetration, activists and researchers are constantly investing resources in producing products that will benefit medical patients.
Furthermore, pharmaceutical companies are trying to jump on for the ride. Can you blame them? The marijuana industry has become a multi-billion Dollar one in the U.S. alone.
On a daily basis, companies are releasing news statements about this or that miracle product, but this next product caught our attention.
Studies have show that a new cannabis capsule could provide as much pain relief as current painkillers and even replace them altogether!
The Cannabis Capsule
The Foria Relief Company has invented a vaginal suppository that can relieve pain from menstrual cramps. With an aromatic cocoa butter base, it could be an effective substitute for Vicodin, Midol and Ibuprofen.
It works by inserting the capsule into the vagina and relaxing the muscles. These become tense and painful during menstrual cramping. By using extracted cannabis flowers, it contains exactly 60mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10mg of cannabidiol (CBD).
The best part of this capsule is that it doesn’t have any psychoactive properties.
Where Can You Get It?
As of now, this treatment is only sold in California and similar to other cannabis products the FDA hasn’t approved it. If you do manage to get your hands on it, it is important to consult with your physician before you try it.