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Ways Cannabis Can Help Women Live Their Best Life

Cannabis could stand to benefit women in a multitude of ways throughout their lives, providing pain relief while also improving their quality of life.

The medical benefits that cannabis could provide women is unparalleled, especially when compared to the traditional treatments that are currently available. From PMS to menopause to endometriosis, cannabis could present exceptional relief for women throughout their lives. Here are 3 ways cannabis can help women live their best life!

Menstrual Cycles And PMS

Cannabis & Endometriosis
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While these cycles are essential for a healthy reproductive system, they also come with a batch of side effects that can be severe and crippling. Menstrual cycles commonly cause symptoms such as mood swings, cramps, and nausea among others depending on the person and the severity of the cycle. The good news is that cannabis provides alternative treatment options that are effective and natural.


Mood swings are one of the most common side effects of women’s menstrual cycles. And since many individuals who consume cannabis feel euphoric, happy, relaxed, and stress-free, so it makes a lot of sense that cannabis could be an effective treatment option.

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Menstrual cramps are also very common and coincidentally the utilization of cannabis to treat menstrual cramps dates back to the 1800s, when it was documented that Queen Victoria utilized the plant for treating her cramps.


Women With Menopause Now Turning to Cannabis As Treatment
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Menopause is another inevitability for women. For most, menopause occurs later in life but there cases where the condition is accelerated due to medical conditions.. With menopause comes an entire array of different side effects and health concerns.

RELATED: Women With Menopause Now Turning To Cannabis For Treatment

The body naturally produces an endocannabinoid known as anandamide, which together with the endocannabinoid system helps to regulate body temperature. Studies have shown that replacing anandamide with the phytocannabinoid THC can help regulate and even lower body temperature. This means that cannabis could combat hot flashes and night sweats, some of the most common side effects of menopause.

RELATED: How Marijuana’s CBD Can Help With Menopause Symptoms

Anandamide also plays a crucial role in balancing hormones as well as regulating sleep and appetite. When cannabis is consumed the body utilizes cannabinoids such as THC and CBD to replace anandamide as well as assist it in maintaining homeostasis throughout these areas. This means that the consumption of cannabis could also help with anxiety, insomnia, and depression, all of which are commonly suffered by women during menopause.

Weight Management

Does Consuming Marijuana Help You Lose Or Gain Weight?
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Despite the age-old stereotypes and stigma surrounding munchie eating stoners, there’s scientific proof that individuals who consume cannabis on a regular basis maintain a lower overall body mass index. Studies have shown that exercising activates the ECS in the same manner that consuming cannabis does. This means that oftentimes the effects of exercise such as “runner’s high” are very similar to actually getting high off of THC. For this reason, many individuals are choosing to consume cannabis before and after their workouts to enhance the effects of both their exercise routine as well as their cannabis.

RELATED: Does Consuming Marijuana Help You Lose Or Gain Weight?

Cannabis could stand to benefit women in a multitude of ways throughout their lives, providing pain relief while also improving their quality of life.


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