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Humboldt Apothecary was recommended to me by a female dispensary employee, who described it as her favorite product for menstrual pain. Like the spray and patches, it’s easy to apply. You just glide it onto the area where you’re feeling the most pain. It has a distinct minty scent since it contains menthol as well as some essential oils. Here in SoCal, I’ve found it being sold for about $30 with tax. That’s not too bad considering it has 75 mg of THC and 75 mg of CBD. In fact, it’s roughly the same cost as two Papa & Barkley patches but you get a lot more than just two uses.

Still, it bears repeating: What works for me may or may not work for you. I’ve seen positive testimonials in countless articles and reviews online; former Leafly editor Lisa Rough wrote of her experience using Foria: “Warm, golden waves emanated from my vagina throughout the rest of my body.”

This spray is my all-time favorite product for menstrual pain relief. About three years ago, I walked into a dispensary in Silver Lake looking for Papa & Barkley transdermal patches. They didn’t have them but the guy behind the counter suggested this—he told me his girlfriend uses it for cramps. I was skeptical because I had tried so many other things that never worked. And the spray wasn’t cheap—around $50 at the time.

Bargain pick: Roll-on stick

That kind of targeted dulling of the pain is what I find in cannabis. For the last seven years, cannabis is the closest I’ve come to a real, lasting sense of relief.

For example, Dr. Bone flagged a certain type of hormone overproduction for which cannabinoids may promote homeostasis.

Nevertheless, this still works better than a lot of other things I’ve tried, just not as well as many of the other products on this list. If you have maybe a lower tolerance, tighter budget, or your cramps are just not too extreme, it could be a pretty good option. Once again, everybody is different.

Still, women have turned to cannabinoids for relief from menstruation symptoms for millennia. Cannabis’ main active ingredients—THC and CBD—interact with nerve cell receptors to mellow inflammation, pain, muscle spasms, and balance mood. The human brain, pelvis, and reproductive organs—male and female alike—are chock full of these CB1 and CB2 receptors.

Discounted pricing for our Patients!

We are offering our Adjust Your Healing CBD Chiropractic Cream to our valued patients at a competitive price. To celebrate the introduction of this product to our practice, we are offering a special price for a limited time of $39 per jar if at least two jars of CBD cream are purchased. The regular price for one jar is $49 . Please stop by our Gilbertsville, PA location to purchase your cream today! We will be offering the option to purchase online in the near future.

Galeotti Family Chiropractic supports the growing trend of CBD use for wellness and therapeutic purposes, and as a compliment to the chiropractic care you already receive. All-natural CBD has been shown to provide relief from back and joint pain, migraine headaches, PMS, sleep issues, skin irritation, depression, anxiety and more. The CBD products we sell contain 0% THC, meaning that there are no psychoactive effects, nor would the use of these CBD products impact the results of a drug test. CBD is not illegal and it is scientifically impossible to get high from the CBD products we sell.

CBD has been around for thousands of years and has recently enjoyed newfound popularity due in part to the legalization of marijuana and the buzz (no pun intended!) around all of the positive impacts of hemp and CBD. We have thoroughly researched and vetted the products we are selling to our valued patients and are confident that they are of the highest quality and can potentially provide therapeutic relief for a wide variety of ailments. This topic can be complex and Dr. Chris Galeotti is always available to discuss in more detail and answer any questions you may have.

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