See How Cannabis Tampons Get Rid of Menstrual Cramps Within 20 Minutes, Says Women

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Being a woman isn't as easy as it sounds as there’s the horrible menstrual pain you have to deal with month after month. If you’ve been experiencing it for quite some time now, you’re probably tired of taking pain medications and applying warm compresses just to experience relief.

If you want a faster way to relieve menstrual cramps, there’s a new product a lot of women swear by. We’ll get to that later, but first, let’s talk about menstrual pain first.

Why It Happens

Women feel the cramps a few days before or at the exact time their bleeding starts each cycle. For some women, the pain lasts for one to three days while others have to deal with it for as long as their period lasts. This often means missing important dates, celebrations, and other social events.

Menstrual pain may start strong and subside after a few hours. As for intensity, the discomfort can be barely noticeable to severe.

Now, why does it happen?

The cramps during menstruation happen because of an excess of prostaglandin. The hormone-like compounds are released by the lining of the uterus or the endometrium before it's shed.

Prostaglandins are what trigger the uterus to contract and relax so that the uterine lining can safely detach from your uterus and flow out of the body. They are essential to the menstruation process but they cause pain in the process.

How Cannabis Tampons Get Rid of Menstrual Cramps

Cannabis Tampons: A New Way to Relieve Menstrual Cramps

If you've been dealing with menstrual cramps for a long time now, you're probably aware of the most common ways to relieve the pain. Apart from heat application to medication and transcutaneous nerve simulations, there is actually a long list of remedies. Even sex and diet changes are believed to be good in relieving menstrual cramps.

But here's the thing:

While most of those remedies work, they don't always work fast. If you're about to go on a meeting or you're scheduled for a really important interview for your dream job, you wouldn't want to spend a lot of time waiting for the remedies to kick in.

This is where weed tampons can help you out. They are supposed to replace over-the-counter medications that have side effects in the long run.

CBD tampons are made with only 3 simple ingredients. They are created with cocoa butter, CBD isolated, and distilled THC oil. The combination of these ingredients is supposed to provide pain relief and muscle relaxation so you won't have to deal with menstrual cramps for the rest of the day.

And the best part?

The tampons don't induce a psychotropic high. 

Now, how do they work?

Let's focus on the two ingredients of the tampons- CBD and THC. These two active cannabinoid compounds trigger specific cannabinoid receptors in your pelvic area.

There, the cannabinoids work on the ovaries, cervix, uterus, and the smooth tissues of the area. THC, on the other hand, blocks pain while enabling better and more pleasant signals to reach the brain.

In a simpler explanation, CBD tampons block out pain and signal the muscles to relax. In effect, there'll be lesser cramps and increased comfort.

If you really can't let go of your traditional tampon, no worries. You can actually use it with the product.

For that, you need to insert it first and keep it in place for about 15 minutes before placing your regular tampon inside your body. The walls of your vagina will absorb the medication and you can still experience its benefits even if you are wearing both tampons at the same time.

To use weed tampons, you simply insert one the same was you would insert a regular tampon. You have to lie down, insert it, and wait for about 15 to 20 minutes.

CBD And Other Types of Pain

CBD isn’t just a solution to menstrual cramps. 

In fact, its application for treating chronic pain is well-researched. People use it for Multiple Sclerosis, arthritis, and other types of pain.

There are different CBD products, too. In addition to cannabis tampons, there are also CBD oils, edibles, and topical products you can use as a remedy for pain. You can find more information about that in this article.

Karly Millar

    Karly Millar

    A Doctor of Public Health, Karly Millar has accrued more than ten years of experience, making a name for herself as a researcher, writer, policy analyst, and project manager specializing in public health and international development. She earned her PhD in Community and Behavioural Health at the Colorado School of Public Health, her Master’s Degree in Global Health and Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh, and her Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Biomedical Sciences (with minours in Biology and Psychology) at the University of Waterloo.

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