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IN Health & Fitness ON 03 Feb, 2016
Medical marijuana has been a controversial topic for years. Many people believe that marijuana could be used to relieve pain and hopefully get rid of diseases.
There is also some scientific evidence that it could reduce the tendency of people to experience nausea and vomiting while they are on chemotherapy.
Now, a new pill that has cannabis, hopes to help women. Find out the why below.
The new cannabis-infused pills contain cannabidiol, which is just one of the 85 active cannabinoids found in cannabis.
Even better, this pill is also utilizing cocoa butter. This butter is taken out from cocoa beans.
The pill that was made by Foria uses THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. THC is the chemical that significantly causes the psychological effects of marijuana.
The Foria Relief pill is the size of a tampon. It is not the first product that is placed inside a vagina, as there are also vagina sticks and herb balls.
The capsule was made so that women can prevent period pains. It hopes to relax the muscles and ease the pain.
Even if it contains THC, Foria assured that the pill will not make you feel high.
About 84% of women get cramps and experience pain whenever they are on their period.
The Foria Relief pills cost 30 euros for every four capsules. In addition, you would need to have a medical marijuana card to purchase it.
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