Speaking about the natural remedy for menstrual cramps
Since women are still discouraged from openly talking about their bodies, it can be challenging to find natural remedies for menstrual cramps that support your cycle. However, your well-being shouldn’t be a taboo topic.
Characterized by a throbbing or aching in the abdomen, period pain (or dysmenorrhea) is relatively common around and during a menstrual cycle but for some, it can be debilitating. Unfortunately, a busy schedule isn’t always conducive to popular home remedies like heating pads and hot baths. To make matters worse, common anti-inflammatory medications can have negative side-effects like gastrointestinal distress and heart problems. That may be why more than ever people are asking about Adil oil as a remedy for pain.
SINCE THIS NATURAL REMEDY IS EASY TO ADMINISTER AND HAS LIMITED KNOWN SIDE-EFFECTS, IT’S QUICKLY BECOMING A GO-TO FOR WOMEN WHO EXPERIENCE DISCOMFORT DURING THEIR PERIODS.
Read what one of our users says:
”I have been using the oil since 2 months, in the beginning, I did not feel any change, but after 2 weeks I noticed many changes physically and mentally since it does not have an immediate effect. But when it comes to the menstrual cramps I take a few drops more than usual and the pain is gone and I am happy to use natural remedies for the pain instead of painkillers.” Arta
Using cannabis to treat PMS dates back to 16th-century Chinese medical texts.
If you hear about it for the first time, it’s a natural compound found in the hemp plant. Unlike the marihuana we know which makes you high, this oil does not. It is because the ingredient which makes you high is extracted from the plant and left with the good ingredient for the human body. Instead, it relieves pain, reduces inflammation and beyond.
What causes menstrual pain, and How can such a remedy help?
Cause of the menstrual cramps can be contractions of the uterus. Basically, the muscles clench and release in an attempt to more efficiently shed the uterine lining. And this clenching results in the abdominal pain that women often feel during their periods. Cramps can be especially painful if you have endometriosis, non-cancerous growths, or irregular pelvic inflammation. Because obstructions and swelling make it much harder for the lining to shed.
As previously discussed, the remedy has anti-inflammatory qualities that can help regulate the pain caused by prostaglandins. The hormone-like compounds that prompt uterine contractions in the first place. However, cannabis also has “relaxant and analgesic effects,” meaning that it encourages the muscles in the abdomen to relax and stop contracting so aggressively.
Queen Victoria used Hemp to treat her menstrual cramps.
THE BENEFITS DON’T STOP AT JUST THE CRAMPS, THERE IS EVIDENCE THAT USING THIS REMEDY CAN HELP:
- Reduce breast and lower abdomen tenderness:
This is the ultimate natural cure for healing inflamed areas like breasts, stomach and low back. It regulates the vanilloid receptor that moderates pain perception. So massage our high-potency adil oil in the affected areas to find some much-needed relief from the discomfort and irritation.
- Manage stress and anxiety
- Prevent mood swings
What dosage should I use?
The dosage for it greatly varies between different individuals, but we have found that it is always better to start small.
If you don’t use it for other ailments, then you should start with a small daily dose of 5mg a day when not menstruating. And increase the dose to 10mg a day at the start or a day before the start of menstruation.
Based on your observations you might need to increase the daily dosage during your period. We suggest doing it incrementally, if you don’t feel an improvement after the first two days of your period, increase the daily dosage to 15mg of the oil.