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For rectal use or as vaginal capsule. Refrigerate before using. Use good hygiene and wash hands before and after use. Before inserting the CBD suppository, tear the plastic shell lengthwise beginning at the “V” shaped cut at the pointed end of the suppository. Apply a light coating of water to lubricate the CBD suppository before insertion. FOR RECTAL INSERTION: insert suppository past sphincter muscle. Try to wait 15 to 20 minutes before another bowel movement.

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*Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural constituent of the hemp plant. No preservatives, artificial colors, vegan, gluten free, non-GMO.

However, there are several issues that can slow the absorption of CBD suppositories from the rectum to the bloodstream. Diarrhea, fecal matter, and cysts on the rectum wall can slow or prevent the cannabinoids from reaching the rectal wall and being absorbed. Rectal dehydration can also drastically reduce the effectiveness of cannabis suppositories. Staying well hydrated by maintaining a healthy consumption of both water and electrolytes may prevent this. However, specific medical conditions may also cause rectal dehydration, in which case the solution may not be as simple. In case of concern, medical professionals should be consulted.

If you find traditional oral methods of taking CBD are not for you, it is still possible to administer CBD in other ways. Suppositories offer a targeted and effective dose. If taking CBD by swallowing capsules or taking oil under the tongue is impossible for you. CBD suppositories can help facilitate cannabinoids reaching the blood in much higher concentrations. Rectal administration also increases the uptake of CBD entering the bloodstream by almost 10 times, when compared with oral consumption.

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8 suppositories, 100mg active CBD each

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Intimacy Suppositories with CBD

I have had horrible, life-stopping menstrual cramps for as long as I can remember. I have literally tried everything throughout the years and this is something that works — like, really really works. I’m a customer for life.

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Relief CBD Suppositories are formulated for relief during your period, or for local muscular relaxation and inflammation relief, and can be used vaginally or rectally. Each CBD suppository delivers 100mg of broad-spectrum CBD right where you need it.

Every ingredient and every batch of final product is independently tested for purity & potency.

There still needs to be formal testing done to confirm safety, side effects and adequate dosing, he said. This could happen in the near future. “While the regulations are gradually loosening, more good, quality studies will emerge to address the benefits or side effects of cannabis products.”

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There’s no shortage of cannabis products on the market for pain relief, especially now as Canada is nearing legalization of the plant. When it comes to period cramps, some pot companies are selling cannabidiol vaginal suppositories as a solution.

Is it a good idea to use a CBD vaginal suppository?

There is basic scientific evidence, however, that CBD plays a role in reducing neuroinflammation in the body. This is where the theory that CBD has anti-inflammatory properties comes from, along with the idea that it could potentially help with period pain, Clarke said.

Clarke echoed this stance and said that people should consult their doctors if they’re experiencing severe pain before experimenting with an unregulated product.

There’s limited research when it comes to how effective CBD products are for period cramps, said Dr. Hance Clarke, the director of Pain Services and the medical director of the Pain Research Unit at the Toronto General Hospital. There’s mostly anecdotal evidence, which means further academic studies need to be conducted.

“I think the theory is fine, but do we have hardcore evidence that CBD works for endometriosis or menstrual pain?” Clarke said to Global News. “I don’t think we do.”