At its core, the Women’s March is about women showing up for one another. There are a ton of issues we’re all concerned about—from reproductive justice to equal pay and more
CBD is most famous for relieving pain and anxiety—without any psychoactive effects—but it can also work wonders on your skin. As it turns out, its anti-inflammatory properties are just what the doctor—erm, dermatologist—ordered for a slew of pesky skin conditions.
The 2018 Farm Bill is about to go to vote this week in the Senate, and it could bring cannabidiol (CBD) products to a store near you—even if you live in a state where cannabis isn’t legal.
CBD is derived from the cannabis plant, and it’s known for relieving pain and anxiety without any of the psychotropic effects of its more famous cousin, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The only problem is, because of The Controlled Substances Act—which classifies the cannabis plant and its derivatives as Schedule 1 drugs—CBD isn’t legal everywhere. But this farm bill could change all that.
Inflammation is what causes period pain—it sets off cramps, back pain, and more. Luckily, cannabis contains cannabidiol, also known as CBD, a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent. It works much the same way ibuprofen does, but has the added benefit of being a muscle relaxer.
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