While we all know about alcohol hangovers, there is little research done on the residual effects of cannabis or “weed hangover”. That means, going to sleep high and waking up – well, still high.Many people experience the hazy effects of overconsumption, but why does it happen? To be quite frank, there is insufficient evidence to nail down one certain cause.
Nowadays there are various different CBD and THC products on the market. From tinctures, to vaporizers, to lotions, and pills – oh my! But there are new options on the market, one of which you may have not heard of, including…THC tampons. You heard that correctly, cannabis-infused tampons are on the market and specifically designed to target menstrual pain.
Very few women are given details on what to expect on the back-end of fertility. Mothers and doctors, alike, don’t do young women the service of explaining the range of experiences that results from hormone fluctuations and decreases in sex hormones that accompany perimenopause and menopause.
One too many? Hangovers happen. We know you feel like you are never drinking again…but you still have to get through the morning after a big night. Many people have their go-to hangover cures and they can range from simple to elaborate remedies. What if there was an easy, natural hangover cure that could help you bounce back and move on. Today we are going to explore the question- Does weed help with hangovers?
Do you want to find natural relief from many of the health and wellness issues that nag you daily? Suppositories have been used for hundreds of years as an efficient and effective delivery method for medicine. THC suppositories allow individuals to use the power of the cannabis plant for their wellness without the typical head high.
Like one out of every ten humans with a vagina, I was diagnosed with Endometriosis, a whole-body disease, before I even turned thirteen. My diagnosis changed the course of my life in almost every way.
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.
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.