How can CBD Help for Menopause Symptoms?

by Weedinsf .com Health


Have you ever thought of getting prepared on how to deal with the symptoms of menopause?

Most of us never consider menopause seriously until it’s on our doorstep.

Unfortunately, previous generations of women were so quiet about "the change."  Many of us don't even recognize the symptoms of the early stages of premenopausal.

But today's generation of women are responding proactively to the changes happening within their bodies and even treat their symptoms.

Do you belong to a new generation? Are you ready to evaluate for better future health?

Yes, you might have noticed with the assistance of medical care, today's women look a decade younger than their age and lead a more active life than their mother's generation.

Don't scratch your head thinking who made it possible? The answer you are considering is correct. Its power of nature "the green leaf plant called cannabis or hemp."

Scientific research also indicated and has collected evidence based on its testimonials that CBD oils can be used for treating peri- and post-menopausal symptoms like the following:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Aches & joint pain
  • Weight gain/diabetes
  • Hot flashes
  • Genitourinary syndrome (vaginal dryness, atrophy, and bladder control problems)
  • Memory loss
  • Mood swings or depression
  • Sleep disruptions / insomnia

If you suffer from such symptoms or anyone close known to you goes through such conditions, visit medical marijuana dispensaries, San- Francisco and get started with the medication for it.

Let us explore what the research suggests…

“A 2016 study in the European Journal of Pain examined the efficiency of transdermal CBD for pain and inflammation in rats. It was found that topical CBD can help reduce swelling as well as pro-inflammatory markers. It was concluded that CBD provides potential therapeutic relief when aiming to treat arthritis pain, as well as inflammation, without any apparent side effects.”

“In a 2019 study, researchers were interested in whether CBD would improve sleep or anxiety among a clinical population. After providing CBD treatment to 72 adults, it was found that anxiety scores decreased in 79.2% of patients within the first month, and sleep scores improved in 66.7% of patients within the first month."


Now, when you know proposed research has proven CBD as treatment might be the solution, let us gather information on the benefits of medical marijuana for menopause:

  • Treats insomnia by providing quality sleep.
  • Ails to treat mood and feeling of irritation.
  • Promotes better bone growth and prevents oral bone loss.
  • Encourages Neuroprotection, which helps in reducing memory loss.
  • Its anti-inflammatory properties protect the joint against inflammatory damage.
  • It helps to reduce hot flashes.
  • It Replaces the side effects of prescribed medicines.
  • Help to improve the skin quality and aging process.

Knowing the several benefits of CBD for menopause, you might be curious to know how you can use it.


There are various ways to use CBD. The use of CBD depends on the desired effect, such as:

  • Topical creams and oils: can be applied directly to the skin.
  • Vape oils and edibles: for sleep and mood stabilization.
  • Edible CBD oils: can be mixed with some food or drinks.
  • Oils and sublingual sprays.

You can start with the correct dosage of CBD as it varies from one woman to the next and personal body chemistry. To begin with, the positive lifestyle change visit medical marijuana dispensaries, San- Francisco as everyone should find a dose that works for you.

Medical cannabis is believed to combat some of the most problematic symptoms associated with menopause. It may have more prominent effects on alleviating some of the more severe symptoms associated with it.

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