MUSCLE RELAXANT FOR PAINFUL PERIOD CRAMPS
Menstrual cramps are perhaps the most common symptom women experience during their cycle, with most experiencing them to some degree.
For some lucky ones, the pain isn’t too bad. For others, the pain is so relentless it can become unbearable.
Want to rip out your uterus once a month? You’re certainly not alone.
Cramps occur when hormones stimulate muscle contractions within the uterus.
These contractions, that are similar to labor pains, inhibit blood flow to the lining of the uterus, resulting in the pain some 90% of women experience each month.
The key to overcoming cramps?
Relax the uterine muscles. CBD does just that.
CBD, the non-psychoactive (doesn’t get you high) cannabinoid, is often used as a muscle relaxant and can do wonders to alleviate even the most severe cases of period cramps.
CBD-infused creams and salves can be applied topically and go to work quickly to ease pain.
Simply apply a CBD topical to the affected area on the abdomen and you may notice your cramps begin to melt away.
Or take a CBD oil tincture for a double hit of relief.
EASE PMS and MENSTRUAL CRAMP PAIN
Some women, experience lower back pain like clockwork each month indicating that it is indeed Period-time.
For others, intense headaches or breast tenderness are the sign that their monthly cycle is about to begin.
This pain and discomfort can last for the entire cycle…each and every month.
CBD user turned entrepreneur, Hana Cookson, discovered the benefits of CBD for hormonal migraines and PMS:
“I had been on birth control for the last 14 years of my life, so when I came off it, my hormones went haywire trying to adjust.
I had never experienced migraines before and for days on end I had a constant migraine so bad I couldn’t sleep, walk, be in the light or anything.
After several days, while laying in bed awake at 4 am, I remembered the CBD oil we had and thought maybe it would help.
I took two droplets and laid back down.
Within 10 minutes, I felt this melting sensation as the pressure disappeared. It was as though someone had been squeezing my head all this time and was finally letting it go.
A few more minutes and I was able to fall asleep. I took the CBD oil for another 4 days whenever I felt a migraine coming on, until the migraines went away.
I strongly suggest using CBD for anyone who suffers from hormonal headaches and migraines, I don’t know what would have worked if I hadn’t tried the CBD oil”.
So hallelujah!…CBD is here.
In a report examining the use of CBD for chronic pain, researchers looked at the results of several studies and clinical trials and found that: “patients who were treated with cannabis or cannabinoids are more likely to experience a clinically significant reduction in pain symptoms.”
And that is fantastic news.
You can see those studies and more of the fantastic benefits for debilitating pain and health issues here.
And there are no proven negative side effects (none in the majority of cases) associated with CBD.
Taking CBD tinctures, vapes, gummies, or capsules at the first signs of PMS, and throughout the menstrual cycle can help ease the pain and general discomfort countless women experience when on their period.
CBD Can Help Manage The PMS Moods Swings
A woman’s emotions can be all over the map during her menstrual cycle.
Do you experience depression and anxiety during your cycle? Find yourself angry one moment and crying the next?
Become irritated over the smallest instances and snap at those you love? You’re not alone.
Countless women experience a wide-range of emotional ups and downs during their cycle.
CBD to the rescue.
Known to help ease depression, fight anxiety, and balance out mood, CBD can help you manage those mood swings so you can better manage your life when your menstrual cycle is making you feel like you’re falling apart.
Research indicates that CBD has both antidepressant and anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) properties.
For women who experience mood swings during their menstrual cycle, CBD could help initiate a sense of calm and ease the anxiety and depression they feel.