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Relief Melts with CBD

Find relief from pelvic and menstrual discomfort with our all-natural CBD suppositories, designed for vaginal and anal use. These small, easy-to-insert suppositories melt and absorb to target discomfort associated with menstrual cycles & pelvic floor conditions, so you finally find all-natural relief.

Each package contains 8 suppositories, that each deliver 100mg of organic broad-spectrum CBD.

Looking for Relief Suppositories? This is it! We changed the name, but kept the same formula and price

Relief Melts are usually most effective just before or when cramping starts.

Elevate your hips and insert the suppository as deeply as possible, and allow some time for the CBD to absorb into the local tissues.

After you stand up again, some oil may still drip out of your body. This is normal, but you may want to use a liner or tampon.

  • Organic-certified fair trade cocoa butter
    100mg Broad-spectrum extract from USDA organic-certified, regeneratively-grown USA hemp (CBD)
  • Because these suppositories contain all-natural oils, if you are inserting before sex, we recommend choosing oil-safe alternatives to latex. If you are pregnant or take pharmaceutical drugs, please consult your physician before use. Avoid usage if you are allergic to hemp extract or cocoa butter. Keep out of reach of children.

What They’re Saying

I have fibroid and endometriosis so period pain is no joke. I can’t believe how I feel when I take this suppositories. Within minutes, the pain is all gone. I will never run out of this.

Sex was so painful for me that we stopped vaginal penetration for over a year. I used Foria CBD suppositories for six consecutive nights as prep, and then used a lubricant the night of penetration. It was 90% pain-free! What a breakthrough!

I have had horrible, life-stopping menstrual cramps for as long as I can remember. I have literally tried everything throughout the years and this is something that works — like, really really works. I’m a customer for life.

What They’re Saying

I have fibroid and endometriosis so period pain is no joke. I can’t believe how I feel when I take this suppositories. Within minutes, the pain is all gone. I will never run out of this.

Sex was so painful for me that we stopped vaginal penetration for over a year. I used Foria CBD suppositories for six consecutive nights as prep, and then used a lubricant the night of penetration. It was 90% pain-free! What a breakthrough!

I have had horrible, life-stopping menstrual cramps for as long as I can remember. I have literally tried everything throughout the years and this is something that works — like, really really works. I’m a customer for life.

Foria Purity & Sustainability

We take “clean” to a whole new level. Not only do all of our CBD suppositories use 100% all-natural and organic botanicals, they have no fragrances, additives, or synthetic anything – ever.

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Our hemp is USDA organic-certified and cultivated employing regenerative and biodynamic practices to enhance soil, water, and biodiversity. Our cocoa butter is 100% organic and fair-trade certified.

We use only low-impact, eco-conscious, recyclable packaging with minimal plastic.

View a summary of test results for each CBD suppository batch here.

How are Relief Melts with CBD different from Intimacy Melts with CBD?

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Our Relief Melts with CBD are formulated primarily for menstrual relief, with a stronger dose of 100mg CBD and 8 suppositories per box, while Intimacy Melts with CBD were designed to support sexual pleasure and come in packs of 4, with 50mg CBD each.

Can Relief Melts be used by both males & females?

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Yes! Relief Melts are intended for both vaginal and anal use to ease discomfort and increase relaxation.

Will I test positive on a drug test if I use Relief Melts?

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No – unlike psychoactive THC, the broad-spectrum CBD in Relief Suppositories will not cause you to fail a drug test.

Can I use Relief Melts with a condom?

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Because Relief Melts are oil-based and can degrade latex and poly-isoprene, we recommend choosing oil-safe barriers like polyurethane or nitrile condoms for protection from STIs and pregnancy (or lambskin for prevention of pregnancy but not STIs).

Several major condom brands offer polyurethane condoms. Just be sure they’re “poly-urethane” NOT “poly-isoprene.”

Some couples enjoy the FC2 “female condom” or “internal condom” since it is less constricting, with more sensation for him and less friction for her.

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Eden Partners does not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act. The company does sell and distribute products that contain hemp-derived ingredients.

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CBD vaginal suppositories: What are they, what are they used for, and are they safe?

There’s no shortage of cannabis products on the market for pain relief, especially now as Canada is nearing legalization of the plant. When it comes to period cramps, some pot companies are selling cannabidiol vaginal suppositories as a solution.

What, exactly, is a CBD suppository?

Cannabidiol (CBD) suppositories are pill-sized and are intended to be inserted into the vagina or rectum to be dissolved. CBD, a chemical compound thought to be responsible for many of marijuana’s therapeutic effects, is often used to treat pain. Despite limited research on their effectiveness, CBD products have notably been marketed for period pain.

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Does CBD help with menstrual cramps?

There’s limited research when it comes to how effective CBD products are for period cramps, said Dr. Hance Clarke, the director of Pain Services and the medical director of the Pain Research Unit at the Toronto General Hospital. There’s mostly anecdotal evidence, which means further academic studies need to be conducted.

There is basic scientific evidence, however, that CBD plays a role in reducing neuroinflammation in the body. This is where the theory that CBD has anti-inflammatory properties comes from, along with the idea that it could potentially help with period pain, Clarke said.

“I think the theory is fine, but do we have hardcore evidence that CBD works for endometriosis or menstrual pain?” Clarke said to Global News. “I don’t think we do.”

Clarke said that products like CBD suppositories need to be backed by data before they’re touted as pain relievers. Plus, he said, it’s important for consumers to know how much CBD is in a product, and if the CBD is active by the time they use it.

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“How much of the CBD do we need to actually bind to our receptors to cause an effect? How much are these folks even absorbing?” he said. “Do we know any of these facts? Batch to batch variation — is one suppository the same as the other?”

“This is where Health Canada and the FDA really now play a role in protecting the public.”

Is it a good idea to use a CBD vaginal suppository?

While there’s no solid proof a CBD suppository will alleviate your period pain. Inserting anything into the vaginal canal can potentially do harm.

According to research led by the University of Guelph, women who practice douching or use vaginal gels, washes and wipes are more likely to experience some type of vaginal infection. In other words, putting foreign substances inside your vagina may cause an unpleasant reaction.

Since pot laws are in the midst of changing in Canada, gynecologist Dr. Farid Abdel Hadi said that most physicians want new CBD products to be medically tested before endorsing them as period pain treatments.

There still needs to be formal testing done to confirm safety, side effects and adequate dosing, he said. This could happen in the near future. “While the regulations are gradually loosening, more good, quality studies will emerge to address the benefits or side effects of cannabis products.”

Clarke echoed this stance and said that people should consult their doctors if they’re experiencing severe pain before experimenting with an unregulated product.

“We’re living in a land where if we make something and it has cannabis in it, then people will buy it, [and there’s] this premise where we think cannabis helps with pain,” he said. “The problem is not all pain is alike.”

What else are vaginal suppositories used for?

Outside of reportedly helping with period pain, vaginal suppositories are used to treat a variety of medical issues, including fungal infections and vaginal dryness. But it’s important to consult your doctor before using one as they can be potentially harmful, too.