October 05, 2020
Since medicinal cannabis has become a more commonplace alternative for a well-established list of ailments, women and patients alike, are finding a place for it next to their Advil and Tums.
Join Adrienne Airhart and special guest Heather Hoffman, as they open up about female focused cannabis use, their experience with it's medicinal benefits, and why you should know about Integra Boost and Biscotti Brands come 2018.
More on Cannabis Health Benefits for Women:
Women are twice as likely to suffer from generalized anxiety disorder than men, and PTSD, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
Postpartum depression, pregnancy, hormonal changes, and societal pressures are all to blame for this statistic. So, it’s only right that women would benefit from the plants ability to induce relaxation and ease tension.
Researchers have found that cannabis has profound effects on the brain’s endocannabinoid system, which regulates anxiety and stress.
According to www.womenhealth.gov Women are more likely to have insomnia than men. One reason is that hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle and menopause can affect sleep. During perimenopause, women may have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Hot flashes and night sweats often can disturb sleep.
Some medical conditions that can cause secondary insomnia also are more common in women than men. These include depression, anxiety, fibromyalgia, and some sleep disorders, such as restless leg syndrome. Marijuana’s ability to induce sleep is one of its best qualities, and for insomnia sufferers, it can be a blessing when compared to the effects and hazards of sleeping pills.
PMS symptoms like bloating, migraines, period cramps, headaches, hot flashes, chills, irritability and sleep disturbances can all be alleviated with Cannabis use.
Given the plant’s molecular similarities to estrogen, Cannabis helps to stabilize hormones whereas OTC medications merely treat the symptoms.
Although most epilepsy syndromes are equally or more commonly found in males than in females, childhood absence epilepsy and the syndrome of photosensitive epilepsy are more common in females. In addition, some genetic disorders with associated epilepsy (eg, Rett syndrome and Aicardi syndrome) and eclamptic seizures in pregnancy can only occur in females. The age-adjusted incidences for simple and complex partial and generalized tonic-clonic seizures are higher for men than women.
Seizures and seizure disorders are as unique as the person afflicted by them, which can make seizures difficult to treat. Recently, epilepsy and cannabis have been highlighted in the news, especially success stories focusing on children with epilepsy who are trying medicinal cannabis.To maximize your experience and help preserve the medicinal properties, Cannabis, potency, and correct moisture content, be sure to protect your Cannabis with an Integra Boost Pack when storing.
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