We believe that menopause shouldn’t be a distraction from the life you’ve built, but rather a Revelry – a celebration of all of you’ve accomplished and all the achievements, joy and wisdom that still lie ahead.
There is no difference. Marijuana is one of the names used to refer to the cannabis plant.
As of April 14, 2021, cannabis use for medicinal marijuana patients is legal in 36 states. Adult or recreational use of cannabis is permitted in 16 states and Washington, D.C. Revelry products are considered the latter.
Adult or recreational cannabis use is permitted in Arizona. Adults over 21 with a valid ID can visit any licensed dispensary to purchase one ounce of cannabis with no more than five grams being in a concentrated form like capsules.
See The Goods to find the licensed dispensaries that currently carry Revelry.
A capsule is a type of edible. Edibles are cannabis-infused products that are intended to be ingested. They include gummies, chocolates, baked goods and capsules. The benefit of capsules is that they are typically much lower in sugar than other forms of edibles. They are also vegan and gluten-free.
The Day capsule is a micro-dose capsule intended for daily daytime use. It is a 10mg capsule made up of 2.5mg THC, 2.5mg CBD, 2.5mg CBG and 2.5mg CBN.
The Night capsule can be used nightly before bedtime to help improve your ability to fall and stay asleep. Each 20mg capsule includes 10mg THC and 10mg CBD.
Either is fine.
More than 120 different cannabinoids have been identified in the cannabis plant. While you’ve likely heard of CBD, or cannabidiol, everywhere, lesser-known components of the cannabis plant may offer helpful solutions to common menopause-related symptoms. Research is ongoing, but cannabigerol (CBG) and CBN (cannabinol) have shown promising results for their anti-inflammatory and neuroprotectant properties – both important benefits for a woman experiencing menopause.
The time to ‘kick in’ varies based on the user and how your body metabolizes cannabis. The higher dosage of the Night capsule means you’ll likely feel its effects within 45 – 90 minutes.
The impact of the Day capsule will not be as evident since it’s a much lower dose. You should feel more relaxed and less anxious within 21 days of starting your daily microdosing regimen.
We strongly discourage you from driving when using the Night capsule. The Night capsule is intended to be used as part of a calming nighttime routine to help improve your ability to fall and stay asleep.
We love a glass of wine as much as the next gal and strongly advocate for moderation in all things. That said, research has found that alcohol use during menopause can exacerbate certain symptoms such as depression, anxiety, and hot flashes. Ultimately, we recommend you consult with your physician and do what’s right for you.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is an active compound in the cannabis plant with psychoactive attributes, while cannabidiol (CBD) is another compound in the cannabis plant that can block activation of pain receptors to ease physical discomfort. For more on how THC and CBD interact with your body, check out our essay on the endocannabinoid system.
The oil inside the capsules is comprised of coconut oil, full-spectrum CO2 cannabis oil, and cannabis distillate oil.
We strongly recommend that you take the Day capsule at the same time each day. For the Night capsule, we recommend taking it 90 minutes before your desired bedtime.
We suggest taking it slow and beginning with the dosage noted on the product’s packaging for at least 30 days. Cannabis is a journey and patience pays off. We tested this regimen, and it should work great for you!