Cannabis suppositories are a method for administering cannabis that is gaining popularity among those who use cannabis for wellness.
We are often asked about cannabis research in general and academic support for cannabis suppositories like Hello Again.
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As scientists closely monitor the effects of cannabis on female health, more women are taking an interest in cannabis products.
Hello Again was featured on Saturday Night Live…well kind of. When Molly Shannon hosted, there was a silly and strange skit on a natural medicine for women over 40 that is inserted in your vagina. Hmmm…sounds familiar. Could Saturday Night Live really be talking about THC and CBD vaginal suppositories?
Suppositories have long been an important means of delivering certain medicines while increasing efficacy, localizing its effects, and avoiding side effects associated with other routes of administration. However, now weed suppositories with THC, CBD and other botanicals can provide natural relief for women of all ages.
For most women that menstruate, PMS, period cramps and pain are challenges we have all dealt with monthly. Not to mention all the other symptoms like bloating, fatigue and irritability! Cannabis supporters have long been vocal about its medicinal benefits for pain relief, inflammation and nausea, but some potential uses of CBD and THC are less well known.
While we all know about alcohol hangovers, there is little research done on the residual effects of cannabis or “weed hangover”. That means, going to sleep high and waking up – well, still high.Many people experience the hazy effects of overconsumption, but why does it happen? To be quite frank, there is insufficient evidence to nail down one certain cause.
Nowadays there are various different CBD and THC products on the market. From tinctures, to vaporizers, to lotions, and pills – oh my! But there are new options on the market, one of which you may have not heard of, including…THC tampons. You heard that correctly, cannabis-infused tampons are on the market and specifically designed to target menstrual pain.
Very few women are given details on what to expect on the back-end of fertility. Mothers and doctors, alike, don’t do young women the service of explaining the range of experiences that results from hormone fluctuations and decreases in sex hormones that accompany perimenopause and menopause.