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Questions & Answers

Can the lubricant be ingested?

by HelloMD

3 years ago


Questions & Answers

Can the lubricant be ingested?

by HelloMD

3 years ago


Can the lubricant be ingested?


Answers


Answer - Director of Patient Care and CO Operations Manager

Foria Pleasure is made out of food grade liquid coconut oil and cannabis oil and is perfectly safe for oral consumption. It is important to know that Foria Pleasure contains activated THC and when ingested orally will have an effect consistent with an edible. Each spray contains 2.5 mg of THC. For comparison, a standard one serving edible will have about 5-15mg of THC.
So while most people don't experience a psychoactive high while using Foria Pleasure vaginally (THC is processed differently by the body this way), it is most likely gonna produce a psychoactive high when ingested orally.


Answer - Director of PR / Marketing

All three Foria products are all-natural, non-toxic, so though that is not the intended use, yes you can safely consume FORIA Pleasure, Relief and Explore orally. I myself, as a FORIA Pleasure 'power user', like to enjoy 6 to 8 sprays vaginally and two sprays under the tongue - each spray is around 2.5mg of THC. However, each individual's body chemistry and cannabis tolerance is unique to you and you alone. We encourage first-time users to go slowly and experiment with dosing to find the perfect formula that works with your body for you.

The cannabis industry shows the average person's Edibiles doseage to be around 5-15mg of THC. Yet we've had some patients come to us saying one Foria Relief suppository(60mg THC, 10mg CBD) made from organic, liquid coconut oil (MCT oil) and CO2-extracted cannabis oil, taken orally, is their new favorite edible treat! Again, to each his own. :)

Making the Foria lubricant safe for oral consumption was actually an influential factor when the initial ingredients were being chosen during product formulation. Many of the ingredients you find in drugstore lubes contain chemicals that really should not be consumed. We believe that in this kind of intimate environment and with the sensitivity and absorption rate of the vaginal area, anything you are introducing vaginally into your body should also be safe to consume orally, since these two areas of the body often - shall we say - 'connect' during the average bedroom pleasure session.

Just be careful not to do this... https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/what-happens-when-you-drink-an-entire-bottle-of-weed-lube! But thank you Ms. Mira of VICE, now we know!


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