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How CBD Oil Can Help Menopause Symptoms

By May 2, 2019Uncategorized
How cbd can help with menopause symptoms

In recent years, cannabidiol or CBD has been getting a lot of interest across the globe. Apart from several countries already legalizing the plant for recreational as well as medical purposes, the FDA has also approved CBD as a treatment for various health conditions including epilepsy.

This shows just how effective CBD is in enhancing health and performance, and the number of benefits it offers, in particular, for women. The female body is an intricate machine, and CBD seems to be the perfect oil needed for it to function smoothly. Below, we see how:

  • CBD oil for Menopause Symptoms

Studies have shown that CBD may be useful for treating symptoms of menopause in women, due to how it interacts with cannabinoid receptors in the body. Cannabinoid receptors make up the endocannabinoid system in the body, and these receptors can be found in the brain, organs as well as other tissues in the body. This system plays an important role in maintaining various bodily functions such as regulating pain, sleep, memory, mood, immunity, body temperature, and fertility and reproduction. Since this system is disrupted by menopause, it is believed that CBD oil can reduce menopause symptoms as the female reproductive system has cannabinoid receptors throughout.

Menopause is often associated with symptoms such as mood swings, sleep disturbances, and bone density loss. A 2010 study found that CBD has the same effects as antidepressants in the brain, which makes it a great agent to stabilize mood in women going through menopause. Moreover, CBD has been shown to reduce anxiety and sleep disturbances, leading to better quality sleep. It is also believed that CBD can decrease the rate of bone density loss during menopause.

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  • CBD oil for period cramps and other symptoms

Menstruation in women brings about a lot of unwanted, unpleasant symptoms, such as period cramps, bloating, mood swings, and more. During your menstruation, the female body releases pro-inflammatory compounds in the tissues of the pelvic region. This means that the more inflammation that occurs, the more disruptive the period symptoms will be. In other words, period symptoms such as pain, pressure, bloating, contraction in the uterus muscle tissue, etc. are results of inflammation. Since CBD has excellent anti-inflammatory properties, it’s no surprise that they are great options for relieving painful period symptoms such as the ones mentioned before.

  • CBD to improve your mood

CBD has always been used as a mood-altering agent for years, which makes it the perfect treatment for women going through volatile mood changes during their menstruation. In fact, studies have found that CBD can increase serotonin levels and bring about an anti-depressant response at a level faster than most commonly used prescription drugs. Moreover, other studies have also shown that CBD can successfully relieve common symptoms of depression and anxiety, effectively improving mental health. So, it comes as no surprise that CBD can help enhance mood during that time of the month for women.

  • CBD for a better sex life

CBD is a great way to improve your sex life and enjoy sex more in general. This is because CBD can ensure that both your sexual inhibition system and your sexual excitation system work together in perfect harmony. Your sensations are enhanced, you have low inhibitions, and you are generally more energetic, all of which contribute to a better sexual experience between you and your partner as it becomes much easier for you to express yourself sexually, thus leading to better satisfaction.


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The bold claims of medical and health benefits resulting from the use of our products made by Dr. Hemp Me are not guaranteed. Any statements made have not been evaluated by any national regulatory agency.






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