Natural Relief from Menstrual Pain — Could CBD Help?

The time is long past due for effective, natural & safe alternatives for the countless women who suffer from debilitating menstrual pain.

Now there's an opportunity to change that, with a research study on the potential impact of CBD-infused vaginal suppositories—and the study is seeking volunteers.

In collaboration with Staci Gruber, PhD — an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and director of the Marijuana Investigations for Neuroscientific Discovery program at McLean Hospital  — the study will follow women over the course of two menstrual cycles to determine the potential impact of Foria's CBD Suppositories on pain, cramping, and other symptoms of menstruation.

Read on to see how to support or participate in the study....

The Problem

Women's complaints about painful menstruation (often due to conditions like PCOS and endometriosis) are often downplayed or dismissed.

Many women rely on treatments like hormonal birth control, ibuprofen and opioids to manage pain — all of which can have unpleasant and even dangerous side-effects throughout your body.

The Study

In 2019, Dr. Staci Gruber, PhD will conduct a research study following several hundred women after they have the opportunity to use Foria's CBD Suppositories for the first time.

This observational study will track the potential impact of that product in treating women’s menstrual pain & discomfort.

The study aims to raise awareness regarding the use of cannabinoid-based therapies for menstrual pain and the potential for innovation in treating this condition.

Who's Involved?

Dr. Staci Gruber, PhD

— Dr Gruber is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the Director of Marijuana Investigations for Neuroscientific Discovery (MIND) Program and the Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging Core (CCNC) at McLean Hospital.

How It Will Work...

Participants will complete a baseline survey over the internet, which takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. After one month and two months, participants will receive automated follow-up surveys to determine whether they used Foria for menstrual pain, and if so, will assess the potential impact of the product on menstrual-related symptoms.

All information shared with her research team will be kept confidential.

Participants will have the option to elect to use Foria during their periods throughout the study; please note that participants will not be required to use Foria in order to participate in the study.

Sign Up To Participate...

Add your email address and you'll receive an email when Dr. Gruber is ready to screen participants.

You'll be updated with ongoing study results, as well as info about Foria's CBD-only menstrual suppositoriesNO SPAM! We promise!

What's in This Product?

Many  products for sex and feminine hygiene are made with synthetic petrochemical ingredients known to mimic estrogen and exacerbate various conditions. 

That's why Foria's ingredients are all-natural and 100% organic or else grown without chemical pesticides. 

Relief is made with sun-grown cannabis from pristine farms in California and Colorado that use innovative sustainable practices to enhance soil & protect local watersheds.

Basics CBD Suppositories are made from broad-spectrum CBD that's carefully grown, extracted, and independently tested for purity, ensuring it's free of pesticides, heavy metals, microbes and other toxins.


Add your email address and you'll be notified when Dr. Gruber is ready to screen participants.

You'll be updated with ongoing study results, as well as info about Foria's new CBD-only menstrual suppositories. NO SPAM! We promise!

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