Jelena Grove Covers Suppository Science for Project CBD

Jelena Grove Covers Suppository Science for Project CBD

Historically, the “back door” has been used to deliver relief to patients who struggled to swallow medications– namely cancer patients with severe nausea, and those with compromised esophageal or gastrointestinal tracts. As access to quality cannabis products grows and people look to this pharmaceutical powerhouse as a real treatment option, we’ve seen a resurgence of interest in suppository medicine from people with wide-ranging concerns and symptoms – from enhancing intimate moments to treating severe pain and inflammation.

But do cannabis suppositories work? Farma’s own Jelena Grove gives us the low-down on what’s up with rectal and vaginal delivery in this comprehensive piece published with Project CBD. Click here to read the full article.


Andrea Sparr-Jaswa

Andrea Sparr-Jaswa is the Director of Education at Farma in Portland, Oregon, where she is responsible for developing, aggregating, and implementing both internal and customer-facing educational resources and programming. She advocates for accessibility and comprehensive understanding by using current research and resources to address questions and concerns that have been steeped in myth and stigma. Andrea is passionate about helping folks from all of life's stages form a lasting and positive relationship with cannabis through the language of cannabinoid science.