Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

Where Do You Put Your Cannabis? represents a somewhat whimsical review of some of the alternative possibilities which we have seen for the introduction of cannabis, or perhaps we need to add ingest or insert into your person [some of this may be “fake news”)…well we were amused.

you could smoke the stuff

Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

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Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

you could snort it up your nose

Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

non-binding term sheet signed in June outlined proposed terms for the licensing of Rhinomed’s patented nasal technology platform which will enable Columbia and Rhinomed to jointly develop a range of unique cannabinoid products targeting a wide range of significant and unmet clinical and consumer health needs in the US.

Rhinomed has advised that while negotiations are “substantially complete”, the signing of the agreement is likely to be before month end.

The deal will leverage Rhinomed’s nasal platform with development taking place at Columbia’s US research and manufacturing facilities.

According to Rhinomed chief executive officer Michael Johnson, joining forces with Columbia will enable both companies to establish a leadership position in the largest market in the world.

“Partnering with Columbia Care [allows us] to bring a revolutionary range of nasally administered, dose-controlled, cannabis-based formats to the US market,” he said.

“By offering consumers and clinicians access to the range of products that solve specific unmet clinical needs, we believe we can modernize this market in a new and radical way.”

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the women can use vagina insertables 

Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

These days, it seems like people claim cannabinoid (aka CBD) will cure pretty much any health concern or bodily ailment you’re dealing with. Got anxiety? Take CBD oil. Got a sunburn? Rub some CBD on it. Got horrible period cramps? Stick CBD up your vagina.

Indeed, a handful of CBD companies sell vaginal suppositories made with CBD that are intended to treat pain associated with menstrual cramps. It’s not surprising that people are turning to CBD, a legal compound found in marijuana and hemp, as a way to relieve painful periods. Even though the research on CBD is somewhat limited, it’s known to have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. But the question is, can insert CBD in your vagina cause more problems than it solves?

According to Carolyn DeLucia, MD, FACOG, an Ob/Gyn who works at a media that specializes in vaginal treatments and also sells CBD products, “the vagina is an extremely great place to have anything absorbed into your system.” The vaginal wall is a porous, mucosal area of the body, meaning any medications (like hormonal medication or some birth control) that are taken intravaginally get absorbed directly into the bloodstream, Dr. DeLucia explains. With these vaginal suppositories, “[CBD] is absorbed systemically,” she says. About 20 minutes after inserting a 100mg hemp-derived CBD suppository, it dissolves and you can expect to feel all-around calm, relaxed, and somewhat sleepy, she says. In addition, CBD suppositories may have an “analgesic” effect, so they could temporarily relieve pain — including cramps, she says.

CBD suppositories certainly seem capable of solving PMS issues, but there’s reason to be somewhat skeptical. First, CBD products are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). While the FDA did approve one specific CBD medication back in April, hemp products like this are unregulated. “[CBD suppositories] are not FDA-approved and there are no clear studies showing any evidence of benefit or harm,” says Adeeti Gupta, MD, FACOG, an Ob/Gyn at Walk-In Gyn Care in Manhattan. And if you’re going to put anything in your body, you want it to be approved by the FDA, so you can rest assured that the ingredients are safe and have been proven effective.

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then we have “up your ass” or suppositories…

Where Do You Put Your Cannabis?

Consuming cannabis is often discussed in three basic categories: inhalation, oral and topical. But those aren’t the only methods. You may find other options are better choices for your personal needs. One less discussed consumption form is cannabis suppositories.

Cannabis suppositories could be your ticket to relief.

A major benefit of cannabis suppositories is their high absorption rate, either rectally or vaginally. Like other suppositories, inserting them into the body puts them closer to internal cellular walls so their contents enter the bloodstream quickly.

“Inhalation can have a lot of variables and ingestion can lower the effectiveness of the plant to 20 to 50 percent,” says PharmaCannis pharmacist Rachel Schepart. “Suppositories, on the other hand, can consistently deliver 50 to 70 percent of the plant medicine.”

Our body’s heat also helps with absorption, Schepart explains adding that effects can be felt within 10 to 15 minutes and last four to eight hours.

Unlike other delivery methods and forms of cannabis, suppositories don’t induce a head high, so even after insertion and absorption, you’ll still feel clear-headed. According to Schepart, suppositories “help protect the lining of the liver as they avoid the first-pass metabolism by bypassing the liver altogether.”

There are two types of suppositories: rectal and vaginal. When considering cannabis suppositories, pay close attention to the product you are using because, depending on the ingredients, rectal suppositories may not be compatible with the sensitive environment of the vagina. Before obtaining or making suppositories, ask plenty of questions to make sure the suppositories you use are either interchangeable or that you are certain where to put them.

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