CBD Benefits For Women

by Summer Kucky on August 28, 2020

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For years, the public has been turning to CBD to help regulate pain, anxiety, and inflammation as well as help reduce stress - all without the psychoactive “high” effects that come with cannabis. 

As a woman, you can experience health conditions and cycles that are unique to your gender. There are many different pains that a woman feels that a man does not experience, and it can be frustrating when you cannot find a solution that works for you. 

In this blog, we will discuss some of the benefits of using CBD for women. Scientific research indicates that CBD may provide the answers to a variety of women’s health issues like anxiety, stress, hormonal imbalances, sexual performance, and sleep disorders that come with their feminine cycles. 


CBD For Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Before a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle begins, she may experience what is known as premenstrual syndrome, or PMS for short. Women can experience symptoms that can indicate the coming of their menstrual cycle such as:

  • Joint or muscle pain.
  • Headache.
  • Fatigue.
  • Weight gain related to fluid retention.
  • Abdominal bloating
  • Breast tenderness.
  • Acne flare-ups.

These indications are just some of the physical symptoms of PMS and do not include the mental conditions that a woman might experience such as irritability, depression, anxiety, and others.

CBD could help relieve many of these symptoms because it naturally stimulates the endocannabinoid system in your body. CBD tends to create homeostasis within your body, thus balancing serotonin levels and promoting a happier, healthier, and uplifted mood.


CBD For Menstrual Cramps

If you ask any woman about her menstrual cycle, she will tell you all about the “joy” of her monthly visit, and the pain comes along with it. Mood swings, bloating, cramps, and anxiety are all a part of what women go through each month.

From bloating and headaches to severe back pain and cramping, every woman has experienced “that time of the month” differently. Menstrual cramps can range from being tolerable to being downright painful depending on how your body responds. The inner pain felt with menstrual cramps can cause your whole day to be thrown off, and nobody has time for that. Thankfully, with our CBD Oils, CBD Topicals, and CBD Edibles, you may find your menstrual cramps much more tolerable and less painful if you choose to incorporate CBD into your daily regimen. But wait, don't leave just yet! We're not done. Wait until the end of this article and you will find a list of uses for CBD and how it can help relieve some of the symptoms experienced with menstrual pain.


CBD For Menopause 

Menopause is something nearly all women will go through, once they reach a certain point in their life. Menopause is certainly not the most enjoyable part of growing older, yet with Mother Nature, there’s always a solution to be had. The solution for some of your menopause symptoms may include CBD. With CBD Oils (CBD derived from Industrial hemp, then extracted into liquid form and broken down with MCT oil, coconut oil, etc.), the extract is targeting cannabinoids throughout your body and focusing on reducing inflammatory responses.

Hot flashes, anxiety, and depression are some of the most commonly known symptoms when you experience menopause. CBD could help regulate areas of the body which are out of balance with one another and simultaneously promote a happier and healthier mental state for those who are dealing with anxiety and/or depression. CBD could additionally be a great lifestyle choice as you make other healthy lifestyle choices that consist of eating well, exercising regularly, reducing or eliminating alcohol consumption, and/or quitting smoking. When you combine all of these steps towards health and wellness with a daily regimen of CBD, you will most likely experience strong relief from your menopause symptoms.


How to Use CBD To Relieve Symptoms of PMS, Menstrual Pain, and Menopause

  • Massage your lower abdomen or any point of pain with a small amount of either our CBD Oils or your favorite CBD Topical cream or salve. The CBD content may help ease any discomfort of muscle contractions or inflammation. For additional pain relief, try using a heating pad afterwards. 
  • Everyone loves chocolate, especially during “that time of the month.” Break off a square of CBD infused chocolate the next time you are feeling a cramp coming on. The potassium in dark chocolate could stop your muscles from retaining water and feeling bloated, while the CBD helps relax your muscles and relieve any stress.
  • Soak in a warm bathtub with either a few drops of CBD Oils or a CBD Bath Bomb. The warm water will help alleviate your contracting muscles while the CBD provides overall relaxation. Make taking a warm CBD-infused bath part of your nightly routine to help reduce inflammation and swelling that may be caused by PMS, your Period or Menopause 
  • Lastly, try CBD gummies to help calm anxiety and stress associated with menopausal symptoms or premenstrual symptoms. CBD works similarly to antidepressant medications, indicating that CBD could also help stabilize mood swings in menopausal women.



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