We all know what insomnia is, but do we know what causes it? Better question, especially for those that struggle with insomnia is, how can I improve this? Quality sleep is essential to overall improved body function, it even reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke. Here we explore how CBD can possibly help you get a good night's sleep.
Chronic pain is no small matter and is debilitating for many people. If there is any chance to ease some of the aches and pains, I'm sure plenty of sufferers of chronic pain would say they've tried it. CBD is found in hemp plants and interacts with your body’s endocannabinoid system, which is a game changer for a multitude of physiological processes including pain management. Let's learn more on how CBD can be your source for pain relief.
One of CBD's biggest success stories is the findings of its therapeutical properties in potentially relieving anxiety and better yet without psychoactive side effects. This is the tip of the iceberg for what this cannabinoid can do and we look to science for how it can be used in the future to treat acute or chronic stress.
CBD is infused in about everything nowadays, from drinks to gummies, but now it's also being used in the bedroom...whaaat? How can that be? Well, CBD is reputedtohaveawiderangeofhealthbenefits,includingpainrelief,reducinginflammation,and reducing anxiety, which are helpful effects for better sex. Read on to see what more it can do to get you in the mood.
The term ‘entourage effect’ was introduced in 1998 to describe the way that various elements found in cannabis plants regulate the plant’s psychoactive effects. A simple defintion, yet a complex science, for CBD (cannabidiol) is just one of over 100 chemical compounds known as ‘cannabinoids’ found in cannabis plants. What does the future of medicine look like from such botanical synergy?
Ah yes, a pain so many women and people with vulvas are familiar with, but does it have to be this way? We are taught to just expect that a menstruation means we have to bare the cramps and continue on with the day, maybe even take a Midol or two, but is this proactive? Let's get to cause of period pain and explore more holistic approaches that promote wellness in your overall health rather than just taking care of the side effects.