Add marijuana to the the short list of things that can safely go into your vagina!
Over the years I have heard many reasons why women tuck marijuana away in various bodily orifices and smuggle it over borders. Never did I imagine that I would be the one advising you to insert marijuana into your honey pot to boost your vaginal health.
It does make sense that inserting cannabis in your poontang would be beneficial as it has been proven that marijuana increases blood-flow thereby increasing oxygenation, reducing discomfort and muscle cramps.
But don’t take my word for it, listen to the scientist. In 1990 Dr. Lisa Mastuda discovered a cannabinoid receptor in the human brain, scientist now call this part of the central and peripheral nervous system the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Cannabinoids in marijuana directly affect this integral human system and some researchers say that natural cannabinoids found in cannabis help to support this system.
Healtheuropa reports that “female pelvic organs have a very high density of cannabinoid receptors (Brents, 2016). Current knowledge of the endocannabinoid system doesn’t explain the reason for this high number of receptors in the gynaecological urinary tract, but often this system is used to maintain a homeostatic balance in the body.”
Additionally the mucous membrane in the vagina ensures that your hot box can readily absorb vaginal suppositories, this makes it easy to use marijuana based medicines in your lady bits.
Enter CBD oil.
CBD stands for cannabidiol. It is the second most prevalent of the active ingredients in cannabis (marijuana). Research from the World Health Organisation indicates that marijuana contains two main cannabinoids. While Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol” (better known as THC) is the cannabinoid with the highest concentration, the second-ranking cannabinoid is called cannabidiol, (CBD) this is the non-psychoactive compound.
CBD has been touted to decrease inflammation and ease pain by many medical studies, this is why CBD usage has been recommended to assist with menstrual cramping, endometriosis, and vaginal dryness as a result of menopause.
Companies like Foria have many CBD products which are aimed at increasing arousal and decreasing pain. CBD directly affects the natural endocannabinoid system and some women experience consistently lower or higher levels of cannabinoid molecules. Foria’s website states that:
Endocannabinoid imbalances are associated with diseases and disorders throughout the body, including in the reproductive system, where they’re linked to the following conditions:
- Painful cramps
- Pain during sex
- Ectopic pregnancy
Application of CBD oil vaginally has been said to improve vaginal health. Don’t worry, although this is your hot box, using marijuana there won’t be considered hot boxing, your vagina won’t get high, nor will you.
CBD oil can be used safely to make your vagina feel friendlier and healthier with no side effects, while keeping your most intimate space well balanced. What are you waiting for? If you have a vagina, make sure you order your CBD oil today , and be sure to use it as the manufacturer indicates.
Be well 🙂