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CBD: Usage for Period Pain

CBD: Usage for Period Pain

CBD for period pain Unashamedly and unapologetically this is a post for our female readers - boys, feel free to stop reading here! Given that we’ve been writing so much about CBD oil recently we wanted to bring you an example of a specific usage that’ helping loads of women live a period-pain free lifestyle. Enter OHNE. OHNE is a plastic-free, organic tampon delivery service that protects the environment (no plastic applicators going to landfill) and your vagina (no chemical bleaches used in making the tampons). Things have just got even better because OHNE has just launched their Anti-Teardrops oil,...

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CBD:  Implementation of Benefits (dosage)

CBD: Implementation of Benefits (dosage)

Our last post highlighted how you might go about implementing some of the benefits of CBD oil; the situations in which you might use it and why it can be a beneficial health aid. One thing we didn’t mention though, is the dosage. Before we provide you with some handy tips and tricks, because CDB oil isn’t regulated there actually isn’t a recognised daily intake or any kind of data that’s been standardised to reflect how much we should take. That being said, we’ve done our research and there are some logical ways to work out much much to take....

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CBD Implementation of Benefits

CBD Implementation of Benefits

HOW TO TAKE CBD So far in our CBD series we’ve spoken about the benefits associated with CBD oil and why reducing stress, in general, is so unbelievably beneficial to our health. To briefly recap, CBD oil comes from the cannabis plant but it is made up of a different part of the plant that is non-psychoactive - so it is completely legal, and won’t get you high. It is, however, unregulated so when choosing a CBD oil you need to make sure you’re well researched and armed with the facts. It has been shown to be helpful in relieving...

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CBD and Stress

CBD and Stress

In a recent post we explored what CBD oil actually is, where it comes from, why it doesn’t get you high (sorry), and some of the health benefits that have been associated with it. In this post, with some help from Nutritional Therapist Grace Kingswell, we want to explore why reducing stress is so beneficial for our bodies. In my opinion, stress is now one of the biggest challenges facing our modern nation - The World Health Organisation has called it “the epidemic of the 21st Century.” We are all walking around with low-lying, residual stress that’s exacerbating chronic symptoms...

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