What is Endometriosis?
Just when you thought periods couldn’t get any worse, some women suffer from a disorder known as Endometriosis. It affects more than 11% of the female population, which is about 10.8 million people in the world. During a normal menstrual cycle, the uterine lining grows during a 23-32 day process, and then when your body realizes that there’s not a fertilized egg to shelter, it’ll shed the lining. That’s what we call the “period.”
However, when you have endometriosis, the lining that would grow inside the uterus grows outside of it, usually, it occurs on Fallopian tubes, ovaries, inside the stomach, and even inside or outside the bladder. This extra tissue has nowhere to go, and this can cause extreme pain and infertility. Lesions will form where the new tissue grows, causing inflammation & pain.
What are the First Signs of Endometriosis?
- Painful periods
- Pain during intercourse
- Pain with bowel movements or urination
- Excessive bleeding
- Bloating or nausea, especially during menstrual periods
How to Help Endometriosis Discomfort with Hemp Products
Endometriosis is a painful disorder where the lining of your uterus grows outside of it. When this tissue starts to grow on other organs in your body, like the ovaries and bladder, you can experience severe pain that becomes more difficult to manage as time goes by despite any medication or treatment plan an individual may undergo.
Endometrial cells are typically found only inside the uterine cavity but for some women they start growing elsewhere too-like on their ovaries and bladders – which leads them to feel intense levels of debilitating agony even when they take medications meant for easing endometriosis such as opiates (painkillers), hormone pills from birth control prescriptions, etc.
What is a CBD Suppository anyway?
A CBD suppository is a small, rounded-off cone shaped medical tool that can be inserted in the rectum. This type of medication delivery method works well for those who are unable or unwilling to use other methods like smoking cannabis flower and ingesting it orally. The best way to describe this would be an alternative means of administering medicinal marijuana since THC cannot pass through skin cells on its own without first being converted into something else by your liver and plasma membrane enzymes before becoming active inside you body’s tissues where they need to go because cannabinoids do not have their own nerve endings so they rely mainly on the bloodstream (and sometimes using mucous membranes with which there is greater concentration) as vehicles for delivering themselves from one place in our bodies’ anatomy to another.
How to use a CBD Suppository?
Chances are you have had to take a suppository at some point in your life. Luckily, they’re not that much of an ordeal if you know what steps to follow and how to go about it safely.
When the time comes for taking one out from its packaging, carefully peel back just enough plastic so you can pull out the suppository. Now get into position using either propping up on your toilet seat while lifting one leg onto the side wall; lying down flat but pulling both knees close towards each other; or sitting on the toilet – whichever works best for you!
- Wash your hands
- Take one CBD Suppository out of the fridge from it’s metal container
- Carefully pull back plastic casing
- Insert first knuckle deep and start up or lay down for 30 minuts
What’s the best hemp product to take during your PMS?
Women are no strangers to pain during their menstrual cycle. What should you do? What is the best hemp product to take during your PMS? The answer: CBD suppositories! This method of absorption is much faster than taking a pill, or tablet because it only gets absorbed once it hits the small intestine. You would think it could be absorbed in the stomach, however, there’s a layer of mucus lining the stomach, so the stomach itself is protected from the acid and stomach enzymes. That together is what we call a CBD suppository, a combo of the most helpful techniques to help with menstrual pain relief!
Is it Safe to Use a Vaginal Suppository?
Steve’s Goods CBD Suppositories are more than just effective at helping endometriosis symptoms; they’re also soothing and safe. All of the ingredients in these suppositories, like organic coconut oil, and full spectrum hemp extract form a safe vaginal suppository.
What are the Benefits of CBD Suppositories for Endometriosis?
CBD suppositories can help with general discomfort and even healing properties, but the difference between these suppositories and a generic OTC pain relief medication is that CBD starts working within minutes instead of waiting for 30 to an hour. The effectiveness occurs because the heat from your body melts it upon contact, allowing for quick absorption through mucous membranes in vagina or rectum areas.
Who can Benefit from CBD Suppositories?
Anyone and everyone can benefit from these CBD suppositories for various reasons- including those who prefer the convenience of another option that is all-natural like this product over traditional prescription medications; people with conditions which affect their ability to fully take in supplements orally may find relief through use of cannabidiol products via means other than ingestion.
Can CBD suppositories get you high?
CBD doesn’t get you high because the cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is responsible for that. Some CBD suppositories do contain THC from medical dispensaries, but ours only contains up to 0.3% of it thanks to our using hemp instead of marijuana in production
Steve’s Goods extraction removal process does not use any kind of chemicals or solvents and so we can guarantee a chemical-free product with no residual solvent smell whatsoever!