THC Relief Pods by Dose are a THC-infused suppository designed for fast-acting relief. Dose makes their suppositories with Cacao butter and RSO Cannabis Oil, which maximizes their bio-availability. In other words, the use of cocoa butter allows the THC to enter the body faster and more readily. As a result, THC Relief Pods provide fast-acting and lost lasting relief from a variety of symptoms.
The effects of THC Relief Pods by Dose are very similar to that of ingested cannabis with one exception, they don’t provide heavy cerebral effects. Once administered, the medicinal compounds in suppositories are absorbed through the intestinal wall directly into the bloodstream, providing targeted relief. These effects will slowly spread to provide full dowdy relaxation. THC Relief Pods by Dose Concentrates go to work fast, providing relief in 10-15 minutes. These effects can last from 6 – 8 hours.
People most commonly associate the use of suppositories with gastro-intestinal or menstrual pains and ailments. However, taking cannabis rectally or vaginally actually provides many different advantages. Firstly, they allow for maximum bioavailability. In other words, the body is able to absorb more of the THC, upwards of 70%, when taken in suppository form, compared to inhalation (10-25%) and ingestion (20%). As a result, the effects also last longer, upwards of 8hrs, which means sustained long-lasting relief.
THC Relief Pods by Dose Concentrates are also an ideal choice for patients who can’t smoke or ingest cannabis. Many chemotherapy patients who experience severe nausea can eat or swallow pills. Suppositories provide continual relief without ingestion. In addition, the elderly who have trouble with pills and don’t want to risk their cardio-vascular health can benefit from suppositories. Doctors commonly use suppositories for patients who are about to undergo surgery. Standard anesthesia doesn’t work on a full stomach. As a result, patients cannot eat within many hours of their operation. This makes suppositories an ideal alternative. Finally, some users are simply trying to avoid the cerebral effects of ingestion or inhalation of cannabis.