CBD suppositories in Canada

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CBD rectal and vaginal suppositories have been used for decades. Yet it is only recently that CBD suppositores in Canada are available on the legal market.

CBD suppositories are a type of medication that is inserted into the rectum or vagina. They are typically made with a combination of CBD (cannabidiol) and a carrier substance, such as cocoa butter or coconut oil.

It’s important to note that the effectiveness and safety of CBD suppositories have not been extensively studied, and the use of CBD products is not currently regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As with any medication, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider before using CBD suppositories to ensure they are appropriate for you.

CBD is a compound found in the cannabis plant that is believed to have a number of potential health benefits. It is thought to have anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, and anxiety-reducing properties, among others. CBD suppositories are used for a variety of purposes, including the management of pain, inflammation, and other symptoms.

To use a CBD suppository, you would remove it from its packaging and insert it into the rectum or vagina, depending on the instructions provided by the manufacturer. It is important to follow the instructions carefully and to use the suppositories as directed by a healthcare provider.

CBD suppositories and sex

There is no research specifically examining the use of CBD suppositories for sexual health or as a preparation for anal sex. While CBD is a compound that is believed to have a number of potential health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects, the effectiveness and safety of CBD suppositories have not been extensively studied.

It is generally recommended to use water-based lubricants for anal sex, as oil-based lubricants can weaken condoms and increase the risk of condom breakage. Some people may use other types of lubricants, such as silicone-based lubricants, but it is important to choose a lubricant that is safe and appropriate for the type of sexual activity you are engaging in.

It is also important to practice safe sex by using condoms or other forms of protection to reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It is important to communicate with your sexual partner(s) about their STI status and to get tested regularly.

If you are interested in using CBD for sexual health or as a preparation for anal sex, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider to determine if it is appropriate for you and to discuss the potential risks and benefits.

Assuage CBD suppositories

Ultra CBD Suppositories in Canada by Assuage.
Ultra CBD Suppositories in Canada by Assuage.

Assuage sells rectal and vaginal CBD suppositories at Canada’s CannaFarms

The CBD supposities also are available at FirstChoiceCannabis.ca and may require a prescription.

  • $59.99 1:3 Suppositories 40mg x 8
  • $59.99 CBD Suppositories 50mg x 8
  • $54.99 Extra CBD Suppositories 100 mg x 4
  • $84.99 Ultra CBD Suppositories 200mg x 4

Ingredients: Glycerides, C10-C18 Fatty acids, C10-C1 1,2,3 Propanetriol, Cannabis Sativa

These CBD suppositories may appeal to people who can’t take oral or inhaled cannabis. Rectal or vaginal capsules may provide an alternative route.

Assuage says its CBD suppositories are Health Canada compliant. Each CBD suppository capsule is individually sealed and tested for potency, sterility, and purity.

Assusage promotes its CBD suppositories for offering “potent relaxation and relief where it is needed most.”

Assuage also sells THC suppositories, and CBD suppositiories with THC.

  • $29.99 THC Suppositories 10mg x 8

CBD Suppositories by Mello Bottoms

Packaging for Mello Bottoms CBD suppositories on a tabletop along with scattered suppositories, condom wrappers, and an elegant hand near a phone.
Mello Bottoms CBD suppositories ship to Canada from the United States. They are meant to relax and prepare you for anal sex.

Finding cannabis flower is easy in Canada. More specialized products like CBD suppositories can be difficult to find, especially if you don’t live in a big city.

Many CBD suppository brands also require a doctor’s prescription since they are sold through the medical cannabis market, not the recreational market.

If you do have trouble tracking down CBD suppositories near you, you may want to consider buying from a US company that ships to Canada.

The US company Mello Daily sells CBD suppositories for anal sex. It will ship to Canada for about US$30.

Called Mello Bottoms and designed for anal insertion, the CBD suppositories are meant to help people relax and and prepare for anal sex. Since the large veins in your rectum abosrb CBD into the bloodstream relatively quickly, it’s faster acting. The effects of the CBD suppository normally take between five and ten minutes on average to be felt.

Prairie Grass

The company Prairie Grass in Alberta sells CBD suppositories for rectal and vaginal use. Since they are sold through the medical cannabis market, you will need to get a prescription to buy their products called “pods.”

It became the first cannabis company to bring CBD suppositories to the legal market in Canada in 2021.


The sexual wellness cannabis brand Foria makes suppositories with CBD in addition to a CBD-infused lube and sex oils. However, at the time of writing, Foria is not selling its vaginal and anal suppositories in Canada.

For more information on Foria’s Intimacy Melts with CBD and its Relief Melts with CBD, you can head to the official Foria online store. Sadly, it only ships its cannabis sex and intimacy producst within the United States. That being said, I expect these products will eventually be sold to Canadians via Canadian relailers in the future.

Related read: Cannabis Sex Products in Canada

Cannabis in Canada

In Canada, the sale and possession of CBD (cannabidiol) products, including CBD suppositories, are generally legal, provided that the products meet certain requirements.

In 2018, the Cannabis Act came into effect in Canada, legalizing the production, sale, and possession of cannabis for recreational purposes. As part of the Act, hemp-derived CBD products containing no more than 0.3% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are also legal for sale and possession. THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that is responsible for the “high” associated with its use.

CBD products that are derived from cannabis and contain more than 0.3% THC are considered to be cannabis products and are subject to the same regulations as other cannabis products in Canada. This means that they can only be purchased from licensed retailers and online stores, and only by individuals who are 19 years of age or older (18 in Alberta and Quebec).

It is important to note that the use and sale of CBD products, including CBD suppositories, are not currently regulated by Health Canada, the country’s regulatory agency for health products and drugs. This means that there is no oversight to ensure that these products are safe, of high quality, or effective. It is important to be cautious when considering the use of CBD products and to speak with a healthcare provider before using them.