Jul 23, 2019 | Updated: 09:13 AM EDT

Cannabis-infused Capsules Could be the Best Thing Since Aspirin

May 29, 2019 11:09 AM EDT


The pharmaceutical industry is sometimes referred to as a large, legal drug ring. Therefore, people are beginning to look for more natural and alternative treatments that lie outside its reach. One of the most potent and useful substances offered by Nature is cannabis, and scientists are relentlessly exploring its potential and use as an alternative medicine. One of the most convenient ways to use CBD - or cannabidiol -- is in a capsule form, and it is completely legal in all 50 states. A dose daily has been found to offer dramatic effects on overall health, vitality, and wellbeing.

Therefore, several companies have started producing cannabis-infused products to handle various symptoms and illnesses. One of them, SOL✿CBD, has created cannabis hemp supplements which relax muscles, and prevent and soothe cramps, and can replace pills like Vicodin, Midol, and Ibuprofen. These capsules are made from the extract of pesticide-free cannabis hemp flower, its active ingredients are processed without microbials and are then packaged with a specific mix of 15 mg of CBD. These capsules, in a combination with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), are an incredibly effective way to relieve pain. While the THC sends positive signals to the brain, the CBD relaxes the muscles, fights inflammation, and soothes muscle spasms.

The CBD and other terpenes are added to an organic MCT oil, which ensures optimal absorption, and the result is a natural capsule that contains ultra high-quality sourced cannabidiol, with no side effects and magnificent pain-relieving properties. These capsules contain 15mg of active CBD, so you should start by taking one daily, and see how it affects you, and then, if necessary, you can increase the dosage.

Moreover, substantial ongoing CBD research is investigating the ability of CBD to fight inflammation, and its potential as an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) treatment option is one of its most widely-applied uses. Additionally, the newest invention by the Foria Relief Company uses the potent pain-relieving qualities of cannabis as well. It is a vaginal suppository, based on aromatic cocoa butter, which relaxes the muscles and thus relieves menstrual cramps.

These suppositories are produced with an extraction of cannabis flowers which are pesticide-free, so the active ingredients are combined with exact doses- 60 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 10 mg of cannabidiol (CBD). THC blocks the pain, and sends enjoyable signals to the brain, while CBD relaxes the muscles, soothes the spasms, and beneficially affects the inflammatory mechanisms.

Women who have tried these vaginal suppositories claim that they soothed the pain in the midsection and stopped the cramps. This remedy is currently sold in California only and is still not approved by the FDA. 

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