Marijuana “Tampons” are Here to Save Us From Period Cramps

May 14, 2019 at 4:32 pm

Women are raving about the new marijuana-infused suppositories that allegedly make cramps “disappear within 20 minutes”

If you have painful period cramps, you’re in luck. There’s a new cannabis-infused “tampon” on the market, and according to customer reviews, it’s “magical.”

It’s not exactly a tampon, just a cocoa-butter-based, tampon-shaped suppository, infused with THC and CBD oil.

For around $10 a pop, they deliver the pain-relieving benefits of full-spectrum cannabis directly to the area where women need it most with little or no psychoactive effects.

The product is called “Relief” made by a company called Foria.

One woman with endometriosis said it “changed her life,” in a review on Foria’s website. Another called it “better than Midol.”

Another customer said she went from the worst cramps of her life to “walking on clouds,” within 30 minutes.

A woman with severe cramps, that even Percocet couldn’t touch, called them “a miracle.”
According to the reviews, one suppository can provide 24 hours of relief.

Unfortunately not all women can access the little “lifesavers.” So far, only dispenseries in California and Colorado carry them. Here’s a list of dispensaries that sell them. If you don’t live in those states, you can order the CBD-only version online.

Both products are made with sun-grown cannabis cultivated to organic standards and independently-tested as free of pesticides, heavy metals, microbes and other toxins.

If you can’t afford them, this website tells you how to make your own (if you live in a state where it’s legal of course.)