cbd and pms

Cbd and pms

CBD can cause side effects like dry mouth, diarrhea, reduced appetite, and drowsiness. Additionally, it can interact with certain medicines, such as blood thinners and antiseizure drugs. If you would like to start using CBD products, it’s best to first talk to your doctor.

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil and other products containing CBD are being touted as a natural, organic remedy for a wide range of women’s health concerns. Sellers of these products make many claims: CBD has calming effects on sleep, mood, and anxiety; eases hot flashes and improves bone density by balancing hormonal changes of menopause; and has anti-inflammatory properties that clear skin, cure acne, and calm rosacea. It’s promoted for PMS symptoms like bloating and mood swings. And CBD-infused lubricants claim to boost arousal and enjoyment of sex. So, how much of this is true?

The short answer is this: pure CBD seems to be safe for most people. However, we don’t have rigorous studies and long-term data to prove whether or not a wide range of CBD products are safe for everyone. For example, there is no evidence to suggest that CBD is safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding, or for people who are immunocompromised.

Does CBD cause side effects?

I am a 55 year old woman who has suffered with neuropathy since 2004 (amplified by a trauma in 2011); as well as a sciatic nerve issue and other complication since my trauma. One thing I found out (very quickly!), many of the drugs (natural or not) are either recomended for short term relief and used very long term, or the probable cause of added, often more sever, side effects. I don’t believe, for me personally, any medication that has the potential to do more harm than good, especially when it can only treat symptoms and not the cause, would be ideal, unless there is ‘no other option’ or perspective hope. Limited and controlled ecersizes along with diet, seem to have worked best for me personally; but, yes it is very difficult many days. However, I plan to watch my grandchild grow-up, and I plan to do that watching with as clear a mind as possible for today and tomorrow. Side-effects of CBD have been relatively unstudyed or unpublished for lack of verification. That is not promising. All of that being said, I am sure for some people CBD oil could be a God send of relief, most especially for some seizure and cancer patients.
Thank you.

So far, there’s not much evidence on the medical benefits of CBD, partly because laws on marijuana made it difficult to study. Until we learn more, it’s wise to keep in mind that few high-quality studies have been done.

First, what is CBD?

Testing shows purity and dosage can be unreliable in many products. One study found less than a third of the products tested had the amount of CBD shown on the label. Another study of 84 CBD products bought online showed that more than a quarter of the products contained less CBD than stated. In addition, THC (the component that can make you feel high) was found in 18 products.

Cannabis Sativa and Hemp are two different plants. Marijuana is not a plant, it’s a slang term used by rhetoric spewing racists seeking to profit from a new prohibition. How can you publish this when you clearly don’t know the basics?

Cbd and pms

One of the best known therapeutic benefits of CBD is its anti-inflammatory effect. Indeed, CBD is proven to be an excellent natural anti-inflammatory that relieves pain. During PMS, women suffering from cramps, contractions of the muscle lining the uterus, and various physical pains (backache, sore breasts) can benefit from these therapeutic properties to better live their cycle and their pre-cycle

Every woman is different and experiences PMS differently. Some will experience mild symptoms while others will be completely immobilized. Other symptoms that can affect women before their period include this (non-exhaustive) list:

Premenstrual syndrome is defined as a group of changes that affect women physically, emotionally and/or behaviorally. These changes occur 1 to 2 weeks before a woman’s period starts and disappear at the beginning of or a few days after the start of the period.

A chemical change at the neural level: Fluctuations in serotonin, a chemical neurotransmitter in the brain, plays a crucial role in moods. It may trigger PMS symptoms. Insufficient amounts of serotonin can contribute to premenstrual depression, as well as fatigue, cravings and sleep problems.

How to use CBD for PMS?

Difficulty falling asleep (insomnia)

Cannabidiol or CBD is one of the cannabinoids identified in cannabis. Once consumed, it acts on the body’s receptors just like another better known cannabinoid, Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. Unlike THC, CBD produces a relaxing effect but has no psychoactive effects.

CBD is a natural product that helps relieve women with mild to moderate PMS symptoms. Each woman suffers from a different PMS, so the effectiveness of CBD will depend on the type of symptoms they face each month

What are the symptoms of PMS?

Chemical processes in the brain change in response to different hormone levels. These two response elements are therefore linked together. The causes of PMS and the link between hormones, neurotransmitters and PMS are still being studied.

CBD is an undeniable ally for women who suffer from PMS symptoms. CBD can relieve premenstrual syndrome both physically and psychologically and soothe women during these difficult periods.