Study shows that more women are using cannabis to ease endometriosis

Posted by - January 11, 2022

New research sheds light on a common female problem and how cannabis can help Endometriosis is a problem that affects 10-15% of women of reproductive age, but its diagnosis is often misunderstood because tests give normal results. According to a recent study, three-quarters of women in Australia diagnosed with this condition use marijuana in an

New study shows positive results for using cannabis to treat endometriosis

Posted by - November 4, 2021

Cannabis can help women overcome the painful disorder Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus (the endometrium) grows outside the uterus. Endometriosis most commonly affects the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis. Fortunately for women suffering from this condition today, a recent

Consuming marijuana to fight endometriosis

Posted by - January 24, 2020

Women can find relief from this painful affliction through all-natural cannabis Cannabis continues to gain acceptance in the modern world and, in need of obtaining more knowledge about its components and possible effects, studies continue to shed light on its capabilities. Now marijuana is the focus of a new study aiming to discover the potential

Using cannabis to relieve endometriosis

Posted by - September 24, 2019

Menstrual cramps and related issues are being countered by cannabis consumption Menstruation is more than just a few cramps for many women. Technically speaking, it’s the process of the body shedding endometrial tissue that builds up during the hormonal cycle and endometriosis is menstrual cramps multiplied by 100. In endometriosis, the tissue grows outside of

Endometriosis sufferers find relief in cannabis

Posted by - October 18, 2018

The painful affliction can be treated successfully through marijuana Endometriosis occurs when the cells similar to those in the endometrium form on the outside of the female uterus, instead of inside. It can be seen on the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes or the uterus and results in extreme pain and infertility, with many sufferers reporting