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GO ANYWHERE, DO ANYTHING. LIVE A BETTER LIFE WITH SAVVY FEMME™

DON’T LET THE DISCOMFORT OF YOUR MENSTRUAL CYCLE  HOLD YOU BACK

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Anti-inflammatory properties work to prevent or lessen acne.

– The Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2014

Along with the the anti-inflammatory nature of CBD, it may make it ideal for reducing headaches, nausea, lower back pain, depression, anxiety and other normal symptoms of your menstrual cycle.

Contains NO tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. THC is the part that gets people "high".

All natural ingredients with CBD derived from non GMO hemp with no THC (0.3%)

ORIGINS + HISTORY

IF IT WAS GOOD ENOUGH FOR QUEEN VICTORIA…

In 2009, Russell Leveque claimed that ‘Queen Victoria was the first woman to use marijuana for PMS’. This, he wrote, ‘occurred a few months after Dr. O’Shaughnessy brought cannabis to England about 1840. It was a new highly efficacious drug so let’s try it. It was prescribed by a Dr. Sir Russel [sic] Reynolds physician to Queen Victoria.’ That ‘a few months’ may make you think there’s a mention in the queen’s diaries or letters, or in some other primary source: there isn’t.

Most people prefer to link the queen to period pains, the treatment of which has a substantial history; possibly Leveque didn’t know the difference. This is where Reynolds comes in, for example, here, ‘Queen Victoria was prescribed cannabis for this reason by her physician J.R. Reynolds’. Reynolds, a physician to the royal household not in 1840 but from 1878 until his death in 1896, did indeed recommend cannabis not only for migraine, epilepsy, depression, and asthma, but also for ‘simple spasmodic dysmenorrhoea’. He claimed in The Lancet, 1890, that cannabis ‘when pure and administered carefully, is one of the most valuable medicines we possess’.

THE SAVVY SCIENCE

A SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN ALTERNATIVE

FACT: There are two different types of CBD oil products — hemp-based CBD oil (that cannot get you “high”) and marijuana-based CBD (which has to be purchased at a dispensary). Both contain CBD, and they’re both derived from the cannabis plant, but hemp and medical marijuana are are different varieties of the plant.
In a nutshell, CBD oil or hemp oil contains the benefits of the cannabis plant without the potential drawbacks of psychoactive compounds typically found from inhalation or other methods of consumption.

THE SAVVY SCIENCE

A SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN ALTERNATIVE

FACT: There are two different types of CBD oil products — hemp-based CBD oil (that cannot get you “high”) and marijuana-based CBD (which has to be purchased at a dispensary). Both contain CBD, and they’re both derived from the cannabis plant, but hemp and medical marijuana are are different varieties of the plant.
In a nutshell, CBD oil or hemp oil contains the benefits of the cannabis plant without the potential drawbacks of psychoactive compounds typically found from inhalation or other methods of consumption.

THE SAVVY SCIENCE

A SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN ALTERNATIVE

FACT: There are two different types of CBD oil products — hemp-based CBD oil (that cannot get you “high”) and marijuana-based CBD (which has to be purchased at a dispensary). Both contain CBD, and they’re both derived from the cannabis plant, but hemp and medical marijuana are are different varieties of the plant.
In a nutshell, CBD oil or hemp oil contains the benefits of the cannabis plant without the potential drawbacks of psychoactive compounds typically found from inhalation or other methods of consumption.

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