All women will reach menopause at some point. You’ll experience the hot flashes, the moodiness and depression, the sleep issues, and much more. However, it’s crucial to take care of yourself when going through this change, and there are countless ways to do so in the comfort of your own house. Read on to learn more about how to deal with menopause at home.
Suppositories can be an efficient way to decrease pain, moisturize, lubricate and get you in the right mindset for sex. Too many women avoid sex because it is uncomfortable or painful.
The Entourage Effect is the theory that all compounds in cannabis work together and when taken together they produce a better effect.
There is no biological test to either confirm or deny your nagging suspicion. The most clear indicator is for women over 50. One year since your last period? You are probably in menopause.
You want me to put that where? If you have never used a vaginal suppository, it may seem intimidating or scary the first time, but it is a simple and easy process. We like to think of our suppositories as a way to take back your body and use your vagina to benefit your own wellness.
Menopause is more than hot flashes and mood swings. This natural process can alter many aspects of your life, but here we delve into the effects it can have on your intimacy. If you’re open to learn some tips, then look no further! We’ve compiled a few ways menopause can affect intimacy and how to remain confident in your relationship and your bedroom.
The 12 Days of Christmas can be much more than a partridge in a pear tree. Find natural relief from the many health and wellness issues women face from menstruation to menopause. Strengthen the V-Force with vaginal suppositories that will make you feel like yourself again.
If brain fog, hot flashes, sleep issues, or vaginal dryness are cramping your style and killing your sex drive, this discussion is for you. Our founders, Carrie Mapes and Patty Pappas sat down with Dr. Michelle Sexton and the host of Casually Baked, Johanna Nuding, for an informative discussion at the intersection of cannabis, menopause, and women’s health.
Hello Again is helping people. I don’t think we’d be doing this if this was just a recreational product. We truly believe in the product, but more broadly, we want to help educate women about wellness, taking care of themselves, how great your fifties can be, how great this next chapter can be, cannabis and menopause. We are all under-educated about menopause and cannabis for wellness.
Menopause, and the almost decade leading up to it (perimenopause) have a bad rap. Yes, the physical and emotional experiences that are triggered by the decline in fertility and sex hormones is no walk in the park. No doubt, hot flashes, night sweats, brain fog, pain, sleeplessness and dryness impact quality of life and vitality.