|Size:||5 suppositories (oz)|
|Ingredients:||CBC, CBD, CBD-A, CBG, CBN, Cocoa butter, D-9 THC, D8-THC, THC\|
|Price per unit:||$60.00|
- All natural ingredients-thus all natural pain relief
- Great temporary relief of PMS, Endometriosis, PCOS pain (polycystic ovary syndrome), pelvic pain.
- Contains all the following for instant relief: THC, D9-THC, D8-THC, CBD-A, CBD, CBG, CBN, CBC
- Absorbs immediately into the vaginal tissue
- It’s NOT A TAMPON- So no toxic shock syndrome worries
- 4 star rating on products website]
- Women reporting relief within 20 minutes
When you’ve got a case of excruciating PMS cramps, you’d pretty much do anything to stop the pain right? Now there’s an innovative solution out on the market-even if it might not be legal in every state!
Here’s the good news: This type of marijuana use isn’t for stoners-you will not get a ‘high’. A new innovative company called V-Leaf (Badass Dabs manufacturer), which is known for cannabis infused products like lubricants, has just released the “weed tampon“. This name, however is the most falsely advertised infused product out there. It’s the first to hit the market dedicated to treating menstrual cramps, but take note that it’s ACTUALLY A SUPPOSITORY RATHER THAN AN ABSORBENT FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCT!!
When it comes to organic sources of pain relief, marijuana use is nothing new. It’s used to help with many ailments, including nausea and muscle pain. And with legalization sweeping rampantly across the U.S. states and its many medical uses-from stopping seizures to treating cancer patients-this bud has gained legitimacy in the health and wellness industry.
The product, V-Leaf, is created “using a delivery system intended to maximize the muscle-relaxing and pain relieving properties of cannabis without inducing a psychotropic ‘high'”, says the company’s website. The cannabis suppositories are made with organic cocal butter, THC oil and CBD isolates. Some women have reported that it smells like cookie dough or cookie butter. And it keeps getting better: for you ladies that aren’t interested in getting all squinty-eyed, this product can still work for you because the THC won’t make you high.
Here’s how it works: The capsule is blended with a 6-1 ratio of THC oil (approximately 51 grams-twice as much as the average joint!) to CBD isolate. The THC targets the nerves to block out the pain while CBD acts as an anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic, helping relieve muscle spasms. The company says that the combination of THC and CBD used in the vagina suppositories are specifically designed to “activate certain cannabinoid receptors in the pelvic region when introduced into the body.” In short, marijuana’s magical ingredients go straight to where they are needed. Thus far, it is not FDA approved, however, the company markets it as completely safe and user friendly-claiming the cannabis is grown without pesticides and that the product is made with no harmful contaminants. The product has been tested by Rose City Labs. You do not need a Medical Marijuana Card to purchase this item if your local dispensary is opted for recreational sales-however if your local dispensary is medical only then you will need an Oregon Medical Marijuana Card.