Officials still discuss whether marijuana should be legalized, but one thing is for sure – it’s an incredible gift of nature, and we should get the best of it.
Scientists creates some sort of a cannabis capsule, and the best thing about is its ability to relieve pain better than common painkillers. Could this be the new all-natural painkiller on the market?
The Florida Relief Company invented a vaginal suppository that relieves menstrual pain and cramping. It uses cocoa butter as a base, and offers greater effect than Vicodin, Midol and Ibuprofen.
The capsule is made from cannabis flower extracts, and it contains 60mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10mg of cannabidiol (CBD).
When inserted into the vagina, the capsule relieves tension and cramping. Seems great, right?
THC blocks pain, and CBD relaxes which means their combination can help you treat inflammation, spasms, and muscle tension. Believe it or not, it doesn’t contain any psychoactive effect.
The cannabis capsules are only available in California, and the FDA hasn’t approved them yet. Scientists need to do other testing in order to determine the long-term positive and negative effects.
But, one thins stands for sure, and it’s the possibility that these capsules can replace painkillers. Did you know that 4.7 million Americans depend on these pills, and 7% have developed addiction.
Cannabis doesn’t contain addictive substances, and it has numerous purposes. Hopefully, the world will soon approve its power.
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