As the holidays and the New Year approach, we wanted to put together a Hangover Survival Kit to help you get through you many social obligations without feeling the paint the next day.
Dealing with cramps two weeks before your period? Find relief with these effective remedies & learn prevention tips to manage your discomfort.
Struggling with insomnia before your period? Explore the causes and find practical tips to overcome this sleep issue in this guide.
Food cravings, bloating, and breakouts are all par for the course if you’re still on your cycle, with symptoms being more or less severe depending on a number of factors. Period back pain is another lovely present you might regularly receive from Aunt Flo.
If you ask women living with endometriosis about their experiences, you won’t get the same answer twice. The impact endo has on a woman’s life is as unique as the woman living it.
But what about THC? Is THC anti-inflammatory, too?
The answer is yes…and no. In some cases, THC, one of the main active compounds in cannabis, can have anti-inflammatory effects. In others, it can increase inflammation.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health conditions in the US, affecting 31% of people, but they’re also under-treated. (1) Only 46% of people diagnosed with anxiety are receiving treatment, and a percentage of those are exploring alternative treatment options.
Are you having as many orgasms as you’d like? Are you thinking that you could use a little boost in the bedroom? If you’ve been experiencing a decline in drive, below-average arousal, or deadened desire, consider cannabis for sex.
As scientists closely monitor the effects of cannabis on female health, more women are taking an interest in cannabis products.
Sex and the City, you let us down! As the 90’s gave way to a new century, you were the show generations of women found and loved in large part for the messaging of sexual empowerment. You were the shining star for normalizing the female preoccupation with sex, love and friendship. You elevated previously taboo subjects from whispered girl-talk to column-worthy, movie-worthy and book-worthy content.