Not everyone with endometriosis is a woman — Inclusive language and research matters.
Peak Pharm cares about the LGBTQIA+ community
Transgender Woman suffering from pelvic pain

Endometriosis affects

an unmeasured number of transgender and gender-diverse people. Take control of your healing journey with Peak Pharm Labs.

We All Deserve Gender-Affirming Care

Heath care that attends to transgender people’s physical, mental and social health needs and well-being while respectfully affirming their gender identity. This goes beyond transition-related and refers to an affirming experience in all health care experiences1. Here at Peak Pharm Labs inclusivity is at our core, from leadership to research initiatives. Over the years we’ve learned that sexual health is rarely gender-inclusive and we’re here to change that. Language is constantly evolving and gender-inclusive research should as well. Join us on this journey of understanding patients and the community better.

1 Reisner, Radix & Deutsh 2016.


Endometriosis is a painful condition in which uterine-like tissue grows outside of the uterus which can cause pain - sometimes severe - and can even lead to infertility.

Dilation Therapy

Vaginal dilation therapy can be used to help treat conditions such as vaginismus and dyspareunia. Post-operative vaginal dilation is key part of  surgery recovery and the regular maintenance of a transgender person's neo-vagina.

Vaginal Atrophy

Vaginal atrophy occurs most often after menopause and while transgender men are taking testosterone. For many, vaginal atrophy can make intercourse painful and lead to incontinence


Gender Identity — One’s innermost concept of self as male, female, a blend of both or neither – how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves. One’s gender identity can be the same or different from the sex they were assigned at birth.

Gender Dysphoria — Clinically significant distress caused when a person’s assigned birth gender is not the same as the one with which they identify.

Cisgender (cis) — Refers to any person whose gender identity aligns with the sex they were assigned at birth – ie, someone assigned female at birth and who identifies as female.

Transgender (trans) — Anyone whose sex assigned at birth and gender identity does not align in the expected way – ie, someone assigned female at birth who identifies as male.

Nonbinary — A person who does not identify exclusively as a man or a woman. Non-binary people may identify as being both a man and a woman, somewhere in between, or as falling completely outside these categories. While many also identify as transgender, not all non-binary people do. Other terms include genderqueer, genderfluid, gender nonconforming.

Outing — Involuntary or unwanted disclosure of another person’s sexual orientation or gender identity.

Take Control Of Your Journey

Everyone has the right to advocate for their health. THC and CBD suppositories have been shown to potentially reduce inflammatory and nociceptive pain while reducing overall systemic side effects. 


Cannabis Suppositories

Peak Pharm Labs suppositories are specifically formulated and designed for pharmaceutical applications and ease of use. 

Now available in two strengths.

Peak Pharm Labs 1:3 THC to CBD ratio Suppositories for endometriosis pain management

How To Use Suppositories

always wash your hands before and after taking a cannabis suppository
unwrapping a Peak Pharm Labs cannabis suppository
inserting a Peak Pharm Labs cannabis suppository
always wash your hands before and after taking a cannabis suppository

Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry with a clean towel. If you are using vaginally, wash your vaginal area with a mild soap and water and dry thoroughly.


Remove the medication from the wrapper by gripping each tab and pulling back at the same time. Place it into the end of the applicator (for vaginal application, if needed).


Position your body so that you can comfortably access your vagina or rectum. Laying down or standing with one leg on a chair may help.


If needed, a few drops of water-based lubricant may be used to help make insertion easier.


Gently insert the suppository tapered-end first with a clean finger or with the applicator. For vaginal insertion, insert the applicator as far as it will comfortably go, then push the plunger until it stops. For anal insertion, insert the suppository about one (1) inch into the rectum. 


The suppository will dissolve within 10-15 minutes. It is recommended that you remain laying flat for at least 30 minutes so that the medicine can be absorbed. As it dissolves, some product can leak out. If this is a concern, a pad or liner can be worn. Wash hands when finished.


No question is off-limits when it comes to your sexual health and wellness. Looking for more? Contact Us or Ask An Expert.
What is a suppository?

Suppositories are solid dosage forms that are inserted vaginally or rectally to deliver medications, such as cannabinoids, at the site of application. The suppository melts inside the body and is absorbed directly into the bloodstream allowing the medication to work quickly.

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How do I purchase Peak Pharm Labs products?

Our CBD and THC-infused suppositories are available via prescription only. To get a prescription for one of our products, start here.

Helpful tips for effective suppository usage
  • Only use as directed by your healthcare professional.
  • Vaginal suppositories can leak, so they’re more convenient to use at bedtime. Wear a sanitary napkin to help protect your clothing and bed linens .
  • Use a water-based lubricant (on anus/vagina/suppository) or dip the suppository in cold water before using to help with insertion.
  • You can use a vaginal suppository during your period.
  • Don’t use tampons when using a vaginal suppository. Tampons can absorb some of the medication. This can prevent the suppository from working well.