Yoni Soothe Balm – Mota. 200mg THC and 50 mg CBD.
Made with a carefully chosen blend of healing herbs, this topical is highly effective. The CB1 & CB2 receptors located within the skin epidermis easily absorb the cannabis oils found within this blend, relieving pain and soothing your muscles and skin. Our rub contains a beeswax base and blend of skin nourishing oils, helping keep our salve free from chemicals and harmful ingredients. We have supported cannabis, an analgesic, with other analgesic herbs and essential oils to relax uterine cramping and relieve sore joints and back pain. For example, included in our herbal blend is white willow bark, the active ingredient in aspirin, ginger, which increases blood flow and circulation to the abdominal area, and St. Johns Wort, to uplift the mood and help support the ups and downs associated with P.M.S. Our signature blend of essential oils make this salve both discreet and incredibly enjoyable to use.
Additional information Yoni Soothe Balm – Mota
|Dimensions||15 × 8 × 8 cm|
|Strength||420mg of THC in each 30ml bottle|
|Ingredients||Organic olive oil, avocado seed oil, jojoba oil, organic beeswax, solvent-free THC oil, cramp bark, St John’s Wort, passion flower, white willow bark, chamomile, solvent-free CBD oil and essential oils.|
Can Cannabis Help With PMS?
Proponents of cannabis have long been outspoken about its medicinal benefits (e.g. pain/nausea relief), but some potential uses of the plant are more surprising—and very intriguing. Psychiatrist Dr. Julie Holland, a psychopharmacology specialist who has run a private psychiatric practice in Manhattan for more than two decades, has found that the effects of cannabis may be particularly adept at treating hormonal and emotional issues that are common among women. Cannabis, Holland explains, could be the solution to treating monthly PMS symptoms, painful cramps, irritability, insomnia, depression, and anxiety, as well as symptoms of perimenopause. The most underrated benefit of cannabis according to Holland? Its anti-inflammatory effect. Holland is quick to point out that more research on therapeutic cannabis use is merited—still, her current take on its womanly uses (see below) is compelling, especially given that post-election, medicinal cannabis laws have been passed in twenty-eight American states, and adult use of the drug is now legal in eight.