Weed can do a fuckload of great things: make food taste better , make your periods suck less , and make you lose weight. Now, it turns out, it can help women who spend a little time with the bud before having sex, to have higher sex drives, less pain during sex, and more satisfying orgasms compared to women who abstain. The study—led by a team at Saint Louis University School of Medicine—saw participants, of which 34 percent reported having used marijuana before sexual activity. Combining smoking up and sex for the sake of science, these women reported positive effects in overall sexual satisfaction, desire, orgasm, and improvement in sexual pain though not in lubrication.
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Of course, we needed to dive into the issue to see what kind of science if any is this controversial cannabis combination. A study cited by Psychology Daily found users to have an increased libido after smoking marijuana. While the study may be outdated, users still claim to have increased sexual desires when under the influence of the flower. This is due to an endless possibility of variables that still need to be scientifically proven, but delving into claim after claim, we believe using marijuana pre-foreplay does make you more aroused. When it comes to marijuana, the topic of heightened senses is one of the most addressed.
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If you like sex and you like marijuana, chances are you've probably entertained the idea of combining the two at some point in your life. Hey—no judgment, pal! And if you've indeed mixed sex with weed, you'll have surely noted the wide array of different thoughts, feelings, and sensations you'll experience as a result.
I'm a big fan of having sex stoned. I mean, it's two sensations I love, put together. What's not to like? When I'm high, I tend to feel more in touch with what I actually want and what I'm feeling in the moment, which is why I've been able to use having sex stoned as a way to understand my own body, emotions, and sexuality from a different angle. When used in thoughtful moderation , smoking weed can sometimes be an aid for acting like your most honest and authentic self — something that is always a good idea when you're getting down, but which isn't always easy, especially for women.