Cultures have long used suppositories or suppository-like devices for hundreds of years. I don’t need to gross you out but did you know that tobacco used to be administered anally? Seriously. If you think you get a nice rush smoking a cigarette because you’re puffing on a stick of nicotine, imagine the rush you would get if that smoke or that nicotine-infused liquid was introduced to your body rectally. That’s just an example of how many different cultures from all four corners of the world have traditionally introduced all sorts of chemical compounds into the human body.
So there’s really nothing wrong or inherently sick or gross about using the anal tract to ingest medicines. Instead of finding this all too weird and too exotic, look at it for what it is. It is great news, seriously. Why? If all administration or intramuscular injections don’t work or is too inconvenient, you now have another option. You can use that part of your body to get the medication you need. You can’t just take a capsule that you normally would ingest and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine. That doesn’t work.
For medications to work the proper way, they have to be specially formulated for suppository form. This is really important. This is the essence of butt candles’ effectiveness. The chemical compounds that they deliver must be in the right form and must have the right chemical form. Otherwise, it’s just not going to work. It’s not like a simple matter of just taking a capsule, opening it and releasing the chemicals and mixing it with wax and then using it as a suppository. You’re not guaranteed to get the results that you’re looking for.
Still, you should consider that part of your body if you need an alternative place to take your medication. First of all, this part has a lot of blood flow. Also, it flows so quickly that any drugs you introduce there gets taken up by your bloodstream very efficiently. In fact, a lot of users of illegal drugs use reduced doses of their drug of choice and inserted rectally to get high throughout the day. It’s a very calm, soothing and relatively hassle-free way of introducing chemicals to your system. The best part is you can be doing this in public and people wouldn’t know. You could be walking around and medicating and people would be none the wiser.
What makes the rectal and colonic tract so problematic for a lot of people is that this part of your body can get very very sensitive. You don’t necessarily have to be suffering from Crohn’s disease to see how much of a hassle having an irritable bowel and colon can be. In fact, for most people, even just a bad meal or an extremely spicy meal can be enough to trigger long hours of constant straining and a sense o powerlessness sitting on a porcelain throne.
To say that this part of your body can be quite sensitive would be an understatement indeed. If you want to make sure your lower digestive tract is on the up and up, you need to eat right and make sure you have enough dietary fiber on your plate at all times. If things do end up going south, it might not be a good idea to get the pharmaceutical big guns out just yet. Maybe you need something more natural and more mellow like butt candles. No need to burn down the house just because you have a slight roach problem.