CBD Could Ease Menopause Symptoms

August 19, 2019 15:00:56

Most women will admit that they dread the time they will undergo menopause because of the dreadful symptoms associated with this phase of their life. Now anecdotal evidence is accumulating to the effect that CBD can alleviate most of the symptoms linked to menopause.

Menopause, which is categorized into perimenopause, menopause and post-menopause, can trigger effects which last for years. The most common symptoms are hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, anxiety, depression and many others.

Reports are emerging that women who smoke cannabis which is high in cannabidiol (CBD) or use CBD products made from hemp get relief from many of these symptoms. CBD has for long been credited with combating anxiety and depression, so it is no surprise that menopausal women are taking to this compound to ease these symptoms.

However, the most welcome news for millions of women is that CBD can help them to deal with the night sweats and hot flashes associated with menopause. Hot flashes are said to be worst experiences that women go through during menopause because the heat wave which suddenly sweeps across their face and upper bodies are very unpleasant. Hot flashes have also been known to trigger temper tantrums.

Those who have used CBD to deal with hot flashes say that a woman in menopause should always have a CBD vape pen with her at all times. Once she feels a hot flash developing, she can immediately stop whatever she is doing and then take several draws on the CBD vaporizer. The relief comes almost immediately, according to many women who have used this remedy for hot flashes.

Another option that has been suggested for taking CBD in order to deal with the symptoms of menopause is by consuming a cannabis edible, such as a gummy. This method gives relief that lasts for longer than what one attains when they smoke the CBD.

However, one needs to ingest a larger amount of CBD in order to get the desired relief from menopause symptoms. This amount is higher than what is ordinarily ingested for minor aches and pains. Luckily, no single case of a CBD or cannabis overdose has been reported, so the worst that can happen is that you will complete your supply of edibles sooner than you had thought.

While this anecdotal evidence is encouraging, experts are convinced that CBD industry participants like SinglePoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING) and Sugarmade Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD) would be happier if a randomized double-blind clinical trial, rather than anecdotal evidence, confirmed that CBD is beneficial to menopausal women.

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