CBD for PCOS

If you have PCOS, then you have probably wondered if CBD is something you should try. I know I pondered this for MONTHS! I finally took the leap one weekend after having a TERRIBLE ovarian cyst rupture. We had JUST moved to the Pacific Northwest and had no insurance. I didn’t want to have to spend tons of money on medications, so my doctor suggested CBD to help with the pain. It was much cheaper then the meds they were wanting to put me on AND all natural! We thought about it and even prayed about it. I had NEVER tried any kind of marijuana, CBD or anything like that before, so I was REALLY nervous.

We researched and decided to try it out……long story short, I will never look back!

It did not make me feel “high” – but it did relax me and numbed the inflammation that was raging in my body!

What is CBD? CBD is an acronym for Cannibidiol. It is a compound in hemp and cannabis that lacks the THC that makes you feel intoxicated. If you are new to CBD, don’t worry – I feel ya! Talk to your doctor before trying this, this is NOT medical advice. This is simply what has worked for me on my journey to PCOS management.

I recently tried Lokus Cannabizol and it is AMAZING!

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I normally just put it straight under my tongue, BUT this one is tasty enough to put in coffee or water. I have done both! Feel free to use my code, CRYSSIE10 and try it out for yourself! Let me know how you like it!! I am CONFIDENT you will LOVE IT!!!!

*This is NOT medical advice. Please talk with your health care provider before trying this product out!

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There is NO place like HOME for the holidays, this statement is so true! BUT since I can’t be home in TEXAS for the holidays, I will certainly enjoy the Pacific Northwest with the hubby. It has been a great time thus far and I couldn’t be happier to enjoy the holiday season with my best friend and handsome forever Christmas date! Life is grand no matter where we are! The Addis Adventures are for real y’all!

We kicked off the joyful holiday with the Christmas Tree Lighting event downtown. It was our first one to attend here in Portland, and it did not disappoint! Afterwards we enjoyed an AMAZING dinner at our favorite restaurant, Olympia Provisions. OMG – if you ever visit Portland, you HAVE to check out Olympia! It’s our favorite place to eat eVer! Christmas date nights are the BEST!

 

We also ventured out to Whidbey Island and did an early Christmas with two of our favorite little humans (and two of our big people humans too of course) a couple of weekends ago, and boy did we have a blast! The auntie life is for real one of the greatest roles I have ever been blessed with!

Aren’t they the cutest? Oh, my heart just swells every time I think about them and the joy they bring this family of ours!

Family is literally the most special thing in our lives y’all. Hug your loved ones close and always let them know you care! The holiday season can sometimes feel SO overwhelming and so stressful, but don’t let it be. If you feel the stress outweighing the fun, joy and laughter it’s time to take a deep breath and breathe. Remember who HE is in your life and remember that this time of year isn’t about the hustle and bustle, but it’s about Jesus and holding the ones you love so tight!

Darin and I won’t be doing much Christmas Eve and Christmas Day – we’ll be relaxing with Holly and watching Disney movies ALL DAY! We miss our family back home dearly and we are anticipating a much different Christmas next year! BUT until then, we will joyfully hold one another tight and be thankful for another year of growth and thankful for the love we have found in one another. This year was a major year for us; spiritually, physically and mentally. We experienced miracle after miracle and truly saw God’s thumbprint on so much! Was it easy? No. Was it always rainbows and butterflies? NOT EVEN CLOSE! But……it was GOD! It was all God and all beautiful, even in the mess, it was beautiful. God is good and we have SO much to be thankful for. Most of all, we are thankful for the birth of Christ!

Let me tell you Merry Christmas a few days early my dear friend! If you can’t be home with loved ones, close your eyes and remember the love……home is always in your heart.

 

(P.S. – Are you loving my shirt and beanie? You can check out Prickly Pear for this ADORABLE shirt and other merch by joining their FB group or liking their FB Page! If you like this handmade knitted beanie, email me (blessingsandseasons@gmail.com) for my cousin’s contact info – she is SO TALENTED!)