Blosm™ is a scientifically validated CBD lubricant for woman who suffer from genital discomfort and looking for a natural water-based solution.
Painful sex is a growing unmet condition
Pain-related intimate conditions are common but neglected female health problems causing devastating effects on woman's quality of life. Its prevalence is tremendously high; Nevertheless, many woman do not report this pain.
2 in 5 women suffer discomfort or pain during sex.
2 in 10 women suffer from genital muscle contraction
Developed by woman for woman
Blosm™ is bringing a new standard for intimate wellbeing through unique and validated wellness products designed for women’s bodies by women’s experiences.
Behind the NI™
seal of validation
A science-based, patient- first approach to Cannabis products with state-of-the-art research, Assuring consistency of CBD-based products through a new and innovative standard of biological validation.
The NI™ (Neswell Inside) seal in Blosm means that this CBD product went through extensive research and found to be effective.
We Only Work With The Best
Gynecologist, specializing in vulvovaginal disorders and vulvodynia for 15 years.
“In a large proportion of patients who experience vulvar pain, the cause for the pain is not found, although a thorough evaluation is performed. It is assumed that the cause may be a defect in the nervous conduction system, which produces the feeling of pain and discomfort. When this is the case, there are ways to treat the pain. The problem arises when these complaints are answered with contempt or attributed to psychological "issues" or the patient's imagination. It should be acknowledged, that although we often do not find any physical sign, pain is a real sensation.
While vulvodynia for example is present in 10 -15% of women, those who experience pain during intercourse, whether by penetration (including inserting a tampon, for example) or as a result of any type of vaginal contact (not just sex, but also because of wearing of pants that are too tight, for example), already make up a wider proportion of the population. Up to 40 % of women suffer from pain during genital contact and about 20% of them describe the pain as unbearable and as preventing them from functioning sexually.
We hope the cannabis-based products will join our current therapeutic toolbox and may be used for treating vulvodynia and other pain syndromes in the future."
Prof. Ahinoam Lev-Sagie, MD
VP R&D at Neswell group, has 7 years of broad international experience in biotechnological, pharmaceutical and drug-device combination in the pharma industry and 3 years of experience in the cosmetic/OTC/wellness industry.
"More and more scientific evidence pinpoints on a relationship between cannabis and pain relief treatments, and women, who are exposed to these publications are constantly taking an interest in such remedies.
Unlike in the pharma industry, where a drug in development goes through preclinical and clinical phases prior to reaching the market, cannabis was long used by the global population before being tested in the lab, encouraging the industry to develop related products.
As not all CBD extracts are identical in their efficiency, we took the leads to match the best fitted CBD from full extract hemp that was proven to be efficacious in the lab into blosm”.
Full-spectrum US hemp
Blosm ™ incorporates scientifically validated American grown hemp extract that was proven in laboratory testing to be efficacious against pain-related markers.
Blosm™ is a science-based product, assures consistent therapeutic effect through a new and innovative standard of biological validation. The NI™ (Neswell Inside) seal in Blosm means that this CBD product went through extensive research and found to be effective.
100% naturally derived ingredients
All the ingredients in blosm are from a natural source
The irritating properties of blosm were evaluated in a study under the supervision of a dermatologist on a group of 50 volunteers, including 25 volunteers with sensitive skin. none of the volunteers reported any skin reaction or sensitivity to blosm.