Many women experience anxiety and depression as part of their menstrual cycle and during menopause. Oestrogen and progesterone affect levels of serotonin, the so-called happy chemical that influences mood.
Certain health conditions can trigger hormone imbalances, including:
Hormones fluctuate and shift naturally throughout the day, during menstrual cycles, pregnancy, puberty, and menopause. These changes are predictable and mean your body is functioning normally.
Its primary function is to control how your body releases the neurotransmitters that affect nerve impulses. The ECS could also be involved in regulating:
CBD and hormone imbalances in women
Other hormone imbalances can happen if one of the endocrine glands produces too little, too much, or even stops producing hormones entirely.
There are cannabinoid receptors in the digestive system, and research confirms that the ECS is involved in the physiological control of colonic motility. CBD could, therefore, help with bloating issues by increasing gut motility.
Hormones enter the bloodstream and travel to specific receptor sites in the organs and tissues where they cause changes to take place.
Hormone imbalance signs and symptoms
Hormones are chemical messengers. The endocrine glands produce these molecules in microscopic amounts.
Research confirms a link between the endocannabinoid system and endocrine processes.
CBD is a major ingredient in cannabis plants (like hemp and marijuana). It comes in different strengths and forms, often as CBD oil, but also in pills and powders. It can be absorbed through the skin, ingested, or inhaled. (Vaping it, however, may not be safe, as this blog post and web page from the CDC explain.)
First, what is CBD?
Cannabis Sativa and Hemp are two different plants. Marijuana is not a plant, it’s a slang term used by rhetoric spewing racists seeking to profit from a new prohibition. How can you publish this when you clearly don’t know the basics?
The short answer is this: pure CBD seems to be safe for most people. However, we don’t have rigorous studies and long-term data to prove whether or not a wide range of CBD products are safe for everyone. For example, there is no evidence to suggest that CBD is safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding, or for people who are immunocompromised.
How often should I take the Hormone Balance Blend Oil?
After the cold extraction, the residual ethanol is gently lifted from the extract resulting in an incredibly aromatic, clean, and quality hemp oil.
Hemp oil for hormonal imbalance has not been well researched to date. However, research suggests that due to the effects of various hemp cannabinoids like CBD on our body’s endocannabinoid system, hemp oil and hormones may be closely connected.
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The endocrine and endocannabinoid systems are both chemical messenger systems responsible for maintaining homeostasis or whole-body balance. Preliminary studies suggest that CBD administration may lead to attenuated levels of the stress hormone cortisol and improved insulin production. CBD has also been linked to modulating serotonin, dopamine, and melatonin.
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