By Women for Women: 12 Cannabis Products for Women’s Health

The best products for women are created by women themselves. Therefore, a great way to celebrate Women’s History Month is to support women-owned or focused businesses and practice self-care. Female cannabis consumers recently surpassed male users, creating a lucrative market for products marketed for women. For example, the Cannabis Consumer Coalition found that 53% of women …

Women are turning to cannabis to manage menopause symptoms. Does it help?

Menopause is having a moment. Gone are the days of suffering in silence — today’s menopausal women can choose from wellness retreats, celebrity-backed supplements and hot flash pajamas that all promise to ease the hormonal transition. But if recent studies are any indication, the buzziest trend in menopausal wellness is weed.

Cannabis Amplifies Quality of Life in Women with Treatment-Resistant Fibromyalgia

Published in Pain Practice, the study investigated the potential of using cannabis as an aid for pain relief and improved sleep quality, as well as explored the plant’s remedial action on a psychological and physical level. Based on the study results, cannabis offers short-term beneficial effects in women with treatment-resistant fibromyalgia. Although women tend to …

Increased Sales from Women Signify That the future of Cannabis is Female

Many people believe that cannabis consumers are unmotivated young men sitting on their couches eating Cheetos and playing video games. But as more markets legalize, stigma reduces, and education increases, the demographics of the cannabis consumer are also shifting, becoming more diverse in terms of age, gender, and socio-economic status. Women now represent the fastest-growing …

Does cannabis make for better sex? Maybe so, according to The New York Times. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the right dose of cannabis can make a woman’s orgasms more satisfying and increase sex drive. This is in part because cannabis can enhance the senses and also alleviate some of the symptoms that inhibit desire.

Jamaican hotelier offers Sha’carri Richardson one-week vacation

Sha’Carri’s ganja vacation? Delroy Allen the owner and managing director of Takuma Boutique Hotel in Mt. Zion, Montego Bay, a GanjaVacations resort partner, is extending a complimentary one-week, all-inclusive vacation to US sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson. It’s a respite that, he hopes, will put her “on a track for spiritual and emotional renewal.” Well! Will she, …


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