Does Marijuana for Menopause Help? [Answered]
Sunday, Apr 8, 2018

We all know that menopause is an inevitable aspect of being a woman, and like PMS it can affect every woman differently. While there are currently certain treatments available for women going through the menopause, they don’t come without some nasty side effects.

For years people have been turning to marijuana for its therapeutic benefits for a range of conditions. So can this all-natural herb be of some benefit when it comes to menopause? In this article, we are going to take a look at how menopause can affect women, and how marijuana could be a potential solution.

Menopause will affect every woman at some point, although it is most common in women between 45 and 50, it can occur much earlier in some people. The symptoms most commonly attributed to menopause can include some or all of the following:

Irregular periods Thinning hair Dry skin

While some of these side effects may not seem severe on the surface, they can alter in severity and be incredibly debilitating for so many women.

Menopause signifies the end of fertility in a woman; in effect, it is the loss of estragon along with other hormones in the body that causes so many unpleasant side effects in women as they grow older. When Estragon and progesterone levels decrease, it has a knock-on effect on many of the above areas, which leads to these horrible symptoms.

Perimenopause, which can start several years before menopause and signifies a decrease in estrogen production. Menopause, which begins after one year of no menstrual bleeding. Postmenopause, which can continue throughout the years following menopause during which the most severe symptoms begin to ease. Breast lumps or discharge Anti-Inflammatory Anti-Carcinogenic