Women’s Health

Our articles review the latest clinical research and treatments for women’s health so you can age gracefully and naturally manage period pain, pregnancy, parenting, and menopause. Each of our posts is evidence-based and written or reviewed by Dr. Michele Ross herself.

Our top women’s health articles:

  1. Herbs That Affect Birth Control Pills
  2. Can CBD Boost Fertility In Women?
  3. How To Use CBD While Pregnant

  • 6 Incredible Health Benefits of CBD For Women

    In recent years, more and more women have incorporated CBD oil into their lifestyle. Many are seeking it’s health benefits including the ability to reduce inflammation, squash anxiety, and fight skin aging. While prescribed medications have many side effects, alternative medicine options like CBD have made it easier for women to deal with hormonal imbalances, […]

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  • How To Use CBD While Pregnant

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    The use of CBD or cannabidiol continues to snowball throughout the globe. Everyone seems to be consuming the product for one reason or another despite their age, gender, or physical condition. Pregnant women are also turning to the compound to get relief and enhance their comfort during the gestation period. Research has been undertaken to find out […]

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  • Can CBD Boost Fertility In Women?

    Can CBD Boost Fertility In Women

    One of the most common questions I get as a cannabis scientist specializing in women’s health is whether cannabis or CBD boots fertility or hurts your chances of conceiving. There’s A LOT of misinformation out there on the internet, especially because writers without a scientific background are just reading headlines of papers they don’t understand. […]

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  • Herbs That Affect Birth Control Pills

    Birth control pills contains a combination of female hormones that prevent pregnancy by stopping ovulation, the release of an egg from the ovaries. Birth control pills secondarily prevent pregnancy by changing the uterine lining and cervical mucus to make it harder for sperm to reach the uterus and for an embryo to implant. Several dietary […]

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