Once upon a time in ancient Egypt, Asia and Africa there was evidence of the wonderful uses of CBD oil for widespread gynecological issues. That’s right, recipes were uncovered barring a similar secret ingredient, CBD oil. These recipes made their way further west over the centuries.
Women’s reproductive endocannabinoid system
The endocannabinoid system is a network of nerves and tiny endocannabinoid (EC) receptors dispersed throughout the body and that includes the female reproductive tract. These little EC receptors are dispersed in the fallopian tubes, ovaries, vagina, vulva and are quite abundant within the uterus. That being said, it’s no wonder that this magical ingredient was already used centuries before being legalised once again.
With a better understanding today of the endocannabinoid system, science will hopefully move forward so we can learn the true benefits of CBD oil and how exactly it affects women. But one can clearly see that the location of these receptors will open the door to many issues we face as women and many pleasures (wink, wink).
Have you tried CBD oil in the sack?
I’ve seen companies popping up with CBD products based on those adult only moments. Everything from lube to suppositories filled with CBD oil. Just writing about it reminisces the feelings of reading 50 Shades of Grey. Women are raging about using oils before sex, during and after sex on and in their vaginas.
However you choose to use your CBD oil it is still always important to understand the risks with how you use CBD oil, Always follow the instructions on the package and ensure you are getting your products from a reputable company.
As science and companies such as CiiTECH continue to back up the anecdotal evidence in this gift from nature and it’s uses that have been traced back all those centuries We think CBD will make a huge come back when it comes to countless gynecological problems not only with the female reproductive tract but also in the bedroom.
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This post was written by Sara Flack
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