Dysmenorrhea is one of the biggest hassles of almost half of the population in the world.
Menstrual pain affects as 20% and 90% of women at some point in their many decades of fertility, and Ibuprofen and paracetamol serve as a palliative remedy the effects of those days when you hang out with the red tide.
In the category of endometriosis, the strongest pain of this irregularity of menstrual function, we have 2.5 million affected only counting Spain, and in some cases this discomfort can even cause infertility.
Vaginal Suppositories Marijuana
It is likely to be a solution for women who suffer great discomfort during menstruation. However, the moment can only be purchased in Colorado and California (till date of this article), states that have legalized marijuana for therapeutic use. In addition, they are only available for those who have the appropriate license. It is not the first time someone thinks of this plant to solve women’s problems: in his time Queen Victoria of England also did.
The company Foria, which is behind him, wants cannabis pleasures reach all sectors. So just launched a sort of buffer (almost) miraculous. It is a small capsule of marijuana that is inserted directly into the vagina to provide powerful relief in the days when women had the period. It is a great solution for many females who cannot move out of bed in the delicate days hard, a situation which is usually accompanied by weight gain, bloating and mood swings.
Clients who have tried believe that this solution can change the lives of more than 5 million people who suffer from endometriosis, a chronic incurable disease that forces women around the world to withstand extreme pain during menstruation.
Abby Haglage, one of them even believe that this suppository may be an option to reduce pain during childbirth. At the end of the day, cannabis has analgesic medicinal properties, so naturally diminishes all kinds of pain and has almost become one of the few effective treatments for chronic discomfort.
Somewhat earlier, in 1890, neurologist and personal physician of Queen Victoria of England prescribed the monarch cannabis tinctures to eliminate menstrual cramps. The Lancet, a journal of the time, then claimed that “when pure and administered carefully, cannabis is one of the most valuable medicines we possess”