What Are Cannabis Tampons?

Cannabis Tampons

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Cannabis Tampons

Before we get to the article at hand many might ask why we cover political and health issues when our main focus is on the stock markets and the financial arena.  The short and simple answer is that all these fields are connected; we don’t have free market forces anymore. Everything is manipulated; from the food, you eat to data you are provided.  You might also find the following article to be of interest:

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 What are Cannabis Tampons? Possibly The Answer  To Painful Periods

Online reviews, however, say the products helped them with lower back problems and worked for longer than traditional painkillers.

One woman reported in Broadly that her cramps disappeared within 20 minutes. It also smells similar to cookie dough or cookie butter, they say.

“I have endometriosis that returned after having a partial hysterectomy,” wrote one user. ”When I have flare-ups, besides excruciating pain, I look pregnant and the inflammation affects my bladder. Foria is one of the very few things that brings me relief! You should share more of it’s uses.”

Another woman called Megan said her pain was normally unbearable.

“I was able to prevent the worsening pain and cramping and piercing pains in my vaginal canal,” she wrote.

A pack of four costs $44, according to the website foriapleasure.com.

“Cannabis has a long, cross-cultural history of use as a natural aide in easing symptoms associated with menstruation,” notes the website.  Full Story

Are Cannabis Tampoons Really The Answer to Painful Periods

The squeamishness surrounding menstruation is part of the reason that little effort has been made to find effective treatments for premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and period pain. Want to hear some rage-inducing stats? There have been five times as many studies into erectile dysfunction as there have been into PMS. That is despite the fact that 90% of women have experienced PMS, while only 19% of men have been affected by ED. Period pain can be debilitating, but women are still expected to suffer through it with just ibuprofen or a hot water bottle.

So, does it work? I think I felt better, but that could also have had something to do with the large glass of medicinal wine I drank after. (Science is stressful.) Outside the confines of my in-home lab, the data is similarly inconclusive. There is a lot of anecdotal evidence that suggests cannabis can help with period pain, but little definitive scientific evidence. Foria, for its part, is trying to encourage more research. Last year, the company enlisted Dr Staci Gruber, a professor at Harvard Medical School, to track the self-reported results of 400 women using the CBD suppositories over a number of months; the results are due in September. But even if the results are amazing, it is worth bearing in mind that CBD isn’t exactly an accessible panacea. A pack of eight Foria cannabis suppositories cost $72 (£56). Being a woman is painful and expensive. Full Story

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