Menstruation is the most agonising of all the discomforts a woman must endure during her lifetime. The pain of menstrual cramps might be much more challenging for any woman who has them.
Every 5-10 days, a large number of women suffer through this agony. The combination of having cramps and working is not an easy one.
All of us are well aware that marijuana affects the brain in a different way than we are used to. As an infused antidote in the body, it relieves pain and alleviates symptoms.
Canada just legalised recreational marijuana two days ago, as many states in the United States have already done so. As a result, it’s practically ubiquitous at this point.
Everyone has always had an opinion on recreational marijuana-infused drugs. As they’re now being used in tampons, this is starting to sound like a pretty hot topic.
Women in North Dakota may soon be authorised to use marijuana-infused tampons if this procedure passes three rounds of testing.
In most cases, this concept was conceived as a means of releasing the emotional and physical stress that comes with menstruation. Many women have given this product the thumbs up and are eager to see how it performs once inside the body.
Marijuana-infused lubrication of the vagina could alleviate pain and pressure in the pelvic muscles, eliminating the source of the problem.
The tampon has 60 milligrammes of THC and 10 milligrammes of CBD. It could irritate the skin at first, but it will go away once the body has absorbed it. A drug test may indicate a positive result because of the THC in the product that is absorbed by the body through the insertion.
The cost of a typical box of marijuana-infused tampons is $44.