Sex and Cannabis

As early as 700AD, Indians were using cannabis in Tantric Sex practices.  Today, there are companies in the industry who are making products tailored to using cannabis sexually.

Cannabis use now is liked to more coital frequency, report researched at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found.

The study was published in October 2017 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.  It’s based on the analysis of more than 50,000 Americans ages 25-45.

The study found that cannabis can stimulate the same area of the brain that are involved with arousal and activity.   Some 24.5% of men and 14.5% of women reported a positive association between the frequency of cannabis use and the frequency of sexual intercourse.   Cannabis users are reporting to have 20% more sex than their non smoking counterparts.

Men who used cannabis reported Viagra-like effects leading them to have “stoner-boner” meaning that they had erections for longer with small amounts of cannabis in their system.  Women reported having increased arousal and sensation, making them feel like their body parts tingle during intercourse.

It is important to note that smoking more cannabis won’t make you a better lover, rather smoking a little bit to enhance, as more can make you lethargic.  Also, there are other methods of consumption that will make you not feel as high, but will enhance sexuality, such as lubes and personal massage oils.

In the end, it is best to experiment how cannabis can be best used to improve sexuality and for yourself.  Remember, start low, go slow.