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Should You Put Weed in Your Butt?
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May 31, 2017

Should You Put Weed in Your Butt?

MERRY JANE News dives into cannabis suppositories.

As the old saying goes, “familiarity breeds contempt,” so if you’re somehow getting bored of the traditional methods of consuming cannabis, guess what? We have a new one for you.

Cannabis-infused suppositories that are placed up a user’s butt or vagina are becoming a new trend in the community. People who these suppositories experience a different high, one that begins with a warm feeling in the pelvis, which then works its way up through the body. And yes, while the effects may feel good, there are also a few medical benefits that come from using suppositories, especially for women. It can help with menstrual cramps, muscle pain, gastrointestinal issues, and a few other ailments. However, it doesn’t mean that there are risks going this route, and there are some safety recommendations to consider if you’re thinking about purchasing cannabis suppositories.

"Rectally is actually a lot more preferred because of the volume of absorption," Mikhail Kogan, a director at the Center for Integrative Medicine at George Washington University, told Canada’s National Post earlier this year. "You can put a lot more and it gets absorbed a lot better, but not everybody is open to this way of administration."

If you’re feeling open minded, find out more about putting marijuana in your rump in MERRY JANE News report above.

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MERRY JANE is based in Los Angeles, California and is dedicated to elevating the discussion around cannabis culture.

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Should You Put Weed in Your Butt?

Should You Put Weed in Your Butt?

  |  
health
  |  
May 31, 2017

MERRY JANE News dives into cannabis suppositories.

As the old saying goes, “familiarity breeds contempt,” so if you’re somehow getting bored of the traditional methods of consuming cannabis, guess what? We have a new one for you.

Cannabis-infused suppositories that are placed up a user’s butt or vagina are becoming a new trend in the community. People who these suppositories experience a different high, one that begins with a warm feeling in the pelvis, which then works its way up through the body. And yes, while the effects may feel good, there are also a few medical benefits that come from using suppositories, especially for women. It can help with menstrual cramps, muscle pain, gastrointestinal issues, and a few other ailments. However, it doesn’t mean that there are risks going this route, and there are some safety recommendations to consider if you’re thinking about purchasing cannabis suppositories.

"Rectally is actually a lot more preferred because of the volume of absorption," Mikhail Kogan, a director at the Center for Integrative Medicine at George Washington University, told Canada’s National Post earlier this year. "You can put a lot more and it gets absorbed a lot better, but not everybody is open to this way of administration."

If you’re feeling open minded, find out more about putting marijuana in your rump in MERRY JANE News report above.

author_12

MERRY JANE is based in Los Angeles, California and is dedicated to elevating the discussion around cannabis culture.

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