420 with CNW — Four Marijuana Products That May Offer Relief from PMS Symptoms

Periods usually affect women differently. While some feel discomfort, a huge number experience rough periods, enduring debilitating pain as well as symptoms such as abdominal pressure, muscle aches, nausea and more.

Premenstrual syndrome (“PMS”) is a group of symptoms that occur between ovulation and periods. It manifests in various symptoms and signs, which include irritability, fatigue, food cravings, tender breasts, mood swings and depression.

Research has shown that marijuana possesses medicinal benefits that are effective in the management of pain. Did you know, however, that it can also be used to obtain relief from premenstrual syndrome? The marijuana industry has maximized on this, developing different products, such as marijuana tampons and suppositories, designed to offer fast and localized relief in the treatment of some of these symptoms.

Below are some products that can help ease the discomfort caused by premenstrual syndrome.

Skin Creams and Balms

There exists in the market a variety of creams that can be applied on the lower abdomen and back, which are areas commonly affected by period pains. These products offer effective pain relief, with brands such as Well Care Botanicals producing some of the popular products in the market.

Marijuana balms can also be used on different parts of the body, offering analgesic effects for pain relief.


Marijuana suppositories have been developed to offer rapid pain relief. They take roughly 15 minutes to begin working and normally work on an individual’s pelvis region, helping relax the uterus and muscles.

Suppositories have varying levels of THC, depending on the brand. CBD suppository options also exist. Suppositories can also treat hemorrhoids and constipation, as well as make sexual intercourse less painful.

CBD Tinctures

Tinctures are strong and concentrated. CBD tinctures can heal premenstrual pain with just a few drops placed under an individual’s tongue. They act fast, kicking in within 10 minutes. Tinctures are said to be a safe option for daytime consumption because they do not induce highs.

However, tinctures typically have an oily and powerful taste, so keep that in mind when selecting pain-relief options.

Bath Salts

It is said that relaxation is a good remedy for many things, including period cramps and premenstrual pain, which means that cannabis bath salts and a long and relaxing bath may provide pain relief.

Cannabis bath salts are a powerful and effective way to offer relief from pain, lasting more than four hours.

A variety of brands can be found on the market, including products made by leading companies such as Simply Sonoma Inc., so there are plenty of options available.

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