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Endometriosis, despite being a common disease that affects 1 out of every 10 women in the United States, is still a relatively difficult ailment to treat. When dealing with Endometriosis, it’s important to understand the complexity of the illness.
Endometriosis is an ailment that causes intense pain in the abdomen, ovaries and muscles of females. This pain can be exacerbated during menstruation as the structural elements that support the uterus undergo strain. There is a certain type of tissue that’s found in the reproductive organs of females, however, Endometriosis is a disease in which that tissue is located elsewhere in the body. It may be extended into fallopian tubes, or even the bladder and undergo the similar cycles of pain that uterine lining undergoes through each month. Without an easily accessible escape route for toxins and blood that is produced by this tissue, the body is left to house it.
It’s this cycle that causes intense pain for women afflicted with the disease. Not only does Endometriosis create pain in the body, it can also bring with it nausea, migraines and general feelings of fogginess that are more intense than those associated with minor menstrual related issues. Endometriosis may cause intense scarring that can contribute to lack of fertility in some women and large cysts.
While Endometriosis creates many issues within the body, the main culprit stems from its intense inflammation. The inflammation can create intense lower back pain, bowel, and intestinal issues as well as urinary issues. Currently, there are limited options in treating these inflammatory issues. Over the counter medications are popular, but relying on synthetic chemicals to relieve pressure is quickly becoming a mentally and physically daunting routine for women who suffer from the disease.
Many have found cannabidiol (CBD) to be the resource that works best for their symptom relief. CBD is all natural and derived from the hemp plant. It’s full of nutrients if processed with Full Spectrum processing and if cultivated from pure CBD Isolate there is no risk of THC. Apart from being legal in all fifty states, CBD is often a better financial alternative apart from just a natural one.
CBD is a compound that targets and interacts with CB1 and CB2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system. CBD works with the body to effectively reduce inflammation and give an overall calmness to the body’s stress points. Since inflammation is a main factor in Endometriosis symptoms, CBD may reduce the pain related to Endometriosis. Additionally, CBD provides ample nutrients to the body that may aid in additional internal health. CBD is derived from the hemp plant—hemp itself has been shown to potentially detox the body. This may be another aspect of how CBD can help Endometriosis sufferers. As mentioned, the exported tissue acts and reacts to changes similar to the way the uterine tissue reacts monthly. The body is not able to rid of these toxins in the blood that is dispersed at that time. Since CBD may be able to mitigate toxins, it could potentially aid in overall wellness during a female Endometriosis sufferer’s cycle.
Quality matters when purchasing CBD oil. The nutrients can be lost with certain types of extraction methods; with others, there may be risk of THC evidence in the system. At cbdMD we use a hybrid process that ensures no THC and ample nutrients and amino acids to potentially heal the body. While there is still research to be done in CBD’s role in aiding Endometriosis, what is evident are the testimonials of women who use CBD and hemp products to reduce their inflammatory symptoms and overcome the immense amount of pain that stems from this disease.
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