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The New Cannabis Capsule Is So Powerful It Can Replace Any Pain Killer

By Sushi · Sep 29, 2016 · Updated Sep 29, 2016 · ·
  1. Sushi
    People around the world are becoming increasingly aware of natural remedies and alternative medicine.

    However, this does not change the attitude of Big Pharma to enforce their drugs on a open-mouthed public despite their numerous and well documented, harsh side-effects.

    The almighty health benefits of cannabis are becoming increasingly accepted in mainstream society and are being bolstered by numerous recent studies.

    The Foria Relief Company has even invented a vaginal suppository, based on aromatic cocoa butter, which is a perfect substitution for Vicodin, Midol, and Ibuprofen. It effectively treats menstrual cramps by relaxing the muscles. Additionally, it does not lead to psychotropic property.

    It is produced from pesticide and additive-free cannabis. Therefore, their active ingredients are used in a process without microbials and are combined with exact doses; 60 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10 mg of cannabidiol (CBD).

    The pain is blocked by the THC, which inhabits the pleasure areas to the brains cannabinoid system. CBD relaxes the muscles, treats the spasms, and has a favorable effect on inflammatory mechanisms within the body.

    According to a woman who tried the vaginal suppository, it relaxed her clenched and cramped muscles and soothed the pain in her midriff. She explained that she felt the area below the waist to the thighs “as if floating in some other galaxy”.

    Yet, this amazing remedy is only sold in California and is still not approved by the FDA. However, if you decide to use it, make sure you consult your doctor beforehand, even though there have been no complaints from people who have tried it.

    Source: This article originally appeared on organicandhealthy.org.


  1. detoxin momma
    Now thats what I'm talking about, sign me up for human trials....
  2. thirdeyelasik
    My worst fear confirmed....all the "weed cures everything cult people" end up taking away opioids on the basis that thc and the ilk can touch pain in the same way.

    I love thc and all but nothing holds a candle to opioid bliss being pain free. Now the two of them together really works for pain so I'm all for legalization and new adjunct pain meds made from cannabis. Just don't use these to kill off what works.
  3. Name goes here
    Opioids make my back and hip not hurt. Cannabis flower does the exact opposite. While I enjoy being high, it hurts my joints and my back. I understand some people become pain free while high or the high overrides the pain they feel, it's a far cry from opiates.

    To be fair, I haven't tried any of the cannabis extracts or other ways of trying cannabis other then smoking. If something else works, I'd be open to try it.
  4. Sushi
    Just a small comment: that drug is supposed to "effectively treat menstrual cramps by relaxing the muscles". I don't think it can replace opioid painkillers either, but this may be something useful for women during their period. It looks to me more like a muscle relaxant than a pain killer per se. For me cannabis acts as a psychedelic-stimulant hybrid, and I like it, no anaesthetic effects at all, but I rarely feel any pain, however, not even a headache, so what can I say. Especially about menstruation.
  5. dr ACE
    Certain strains of cannabis definately possess some kind of analgesic effects,and they dont cause pyhsical addiction and constipation like opioids do
  6. Mick Mouse
    We actually have something similar in Colorado as well.
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