Conditions > Menopause

Manage complex symptoms with simple solutions…

Writing a new script for menopause.

Taking back your control…

The sleeplessness, anxiety, and mood swings that come with pre and post-menopausal years are a complete disruption and total life change unto itself. Managing the symptoms of menopause and the drastic change in hormone production can feel like you’re tackling a lifetime’s worth of worries all at once, never quieting your mind long enough to recover.

Supporting the symptoms of menopause needs a diverse, multi-functional approach to target stress, anxiety, sleep, depression, and focus in one.

At Ananda Clinics we target the body’s own Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to help patients take one small step forward, managing big life changes.

Find out how Therapeutic Plant Based Medicines can help you take control today.

The many symptoms of menopause

How pre and post menopause looks, feels, and affects your day-to-day life can feel unpredictable and complex for many patients.

By targeting the body’s master regulating system, the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), patients can find regulated control and predictable balance to many symptoms associated with menopause and previously stable physiological functions.

Regulating imbalances in the ECS can help with the symptomatic relief of:

  • Dysregulated metabolism
  • Inflammation
  • Irritability and Mood changes
  • Temperature regulation
  • Insomnia and Sleep disturbances
  • Stress
  • Chronic Pain
  • Nervous System function


Ananda Clinics’ treatment plans help patients explore medicines that target the Endocannabinoid System and help to relieve symptoms associated with chronic conditions.

Uncover what treatment options are available to you.

If you have experienced acute or chronic insomnia for three or more months, speak to our team today to discover how plant based therapies may support your pain management.

No referral required.

Am I eligible?

Patients may be eligible for medicinal cannabis if they have been suffering with chronic pain or another eligible health condition (see above) for an extended period of time and if other medications have not been successful in the treatment of their condition.