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how to make cbd oil suppositories

They’re inexpensive to make and store for a very very long time.

This simple cannabis suppository recipe is versatile and can be effectively used vaginally and rectally.

I’m a professional, guys.

How to Use Cannabis Suppositories

And I’ve personally been taken aback (pun!) at how incredible and effective cannabis suppositories can be when applied rectally.

But let’s be honest… the “rectal cannabis” discussion is an uncomfortable conversation to have with anyone… even with clients who hire me to do this kind of thing. I hope that like cannabis itself, the rectal administration of cannabinoids loses its stigma very soon. And I hope this post can help in some way.

I’ve been dying to share this Cannabis Suppository recipe with you for months. I’ve been sitting on it (so to speak) but now that Dazed + Infused is finished, I couldn’t wait another second.

Oh yeah… Feel free to resume your giggling.

However, I will focus on the medicinal benefits of hemp and CBD!

Therefore, it makes sense why herbalists also use suppositories as a mode of application and particularly relevant if you have problems in that area.

Benefits of CBD

I will be providing more detail on how to make a CBD suppository and other recipes in an ebook that I’m creating with Yūgenial and you can subscribe to their mailing list to be the first to hear about it when it gets launched.

CBD can be combined with other herbs to make a vaginal pessary or suppository for specific actions. Calendula and thyme are powerful anti-fungals so you can add these to protect and work against candida infections.

Hemp has been used as medicine for 1000s of years. In fact, it was noted by a 1 st century Roman historian Pliny the Elder that “a decoction of the root in water relaxes contractions of the joints and cures gout and similar maladies.”

It’s appropriate that the day I plan to post this blog, my moon starts in full force. This is now my 6th month taking CBD oil, and typically the moment I start bleeding, my cramps take over my existence for the next 48 hours, and today they haven’t! I don’t have a miracle story of “The first time I took CBD my cramps totally went away!”. Most people don’t. The key with CBD is consistency.

*I no longer work for or support NuLeaf Naturals. They do not treat their plants or employees well. I highly recommend SMALL BATCH Organic CBD oils.

CBD and Me

I use mine vaginally for menstrual cycle pain and to heal my reproductive area from an old pre-cervical cancer diagnosis and years of hormone birth control. I use it anally for IBS and digestive system issues from years of drinking alcohol and a processed food diet. I have heard multiple testimonies of people healing cervical and colon cancer with CBD suppositories.

So far today my cramps have not even started. Praying I can keep them at bay just with my CBD. I’ve taken about 30mg of full spectrum CBD sublingually to start my day. Planning to use my homemade 25mg vaginal suppository before I go to bed tonight.

I can say that after 6 months of taking the oil, my cramps are becoming less and less debilitating, and I’m having to supplement with less and less ibuprofen. I had been taking 800mg of ibuprofen 3-4x a day during my first couple days of my period, but now I’m down to 400mg 1-2x a day. My goal is to never take ibuprofen again!