There is a lot of ways to consume Cannabis, and we can now add suppositories to that list.
People are turning to suppositories for a faster and stronger abortion.
When smoked our bodies assimilate only 20% of the plant's essence, and when eaten only 40%.
When rectally inserted, we have access to 80% of the plant's essence, in less than 15 minutes, without any psychoactive effects. Further, the effects of cannabis suppository have predictable effects and last from 4 to 8 hours.
The reason why we can't get high with suppository is that the rectal insertion permits the medicine to enter directly the bloodstream and get distributed through the vascular system, very quickly.
Other means of consumption always involve the liver thus affects the brain and causes a head high.
With suppositories, the "patients" can take part in their daily routine activities with more ease.
The clientele for this type of ingestion is generally elderly people, women or people who don't want to have any euphoric effects.
They are also tempting for those who are going through chemotherapy. Chemotherapy can provoke severe nausea, thus making it very hard to ingest any kind of medicine orally.
Because cannabis suppository doesn't cause any psychoactive side effect, they are suitable for children and the elderly, as mentioned earlier, who cannot swallow pills.
Suppositories, in general, are also a good asset for surgical patients who can't eat before and after an intervention.
Suppositories are used to treat many things, but it seems to be a better fit for most pain happening below the belly button. It is believed to be relevant for people suffering from Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis or any other gastrointestinal issues we can experience.
Moreover, many male notes that cannabis suppositories are effective concerning health problems linked with the prostate.
Women, on the other hand, seem to love it for menstrual discomfort. Some cannabis suppositories are specially made for the specific flora of vaginas and they seem to have wonderful results on painful periods. The THC component of cannabis target the pain and the CBD component act as an anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.
Concerning women's health Cannabis suppositories have been reported to be beneficial for Endometriosis, Vulvodynia (painful vulva), Dyspareunia (painful intercourse) and PMS as mentioned previously.
Cannabis suppositories are similar to regular ones, they have the same shape and are administered rectally. The mixture of a cannabis suppositories is simple. The cannabis extract is blended with cocoa butter and a touch of coconut oil or shea butter.
If you want to do them at home, you can incorporate dried cannabis to the melange, if you don't have access to real cannabis extract.
More research still needs to be done on the subject, but these suppositories already seem to be helping a lot of people.
The higher percentage of absorption, and the possibility of having a regular lifestyle, opens the door to many people who would never have considered cannabis as medication before, to try this special remedy.
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