In a recent study, participants reported that cannabis increased their desire, intensified their orgasms, and sharpened their sensory perception, providing evidence that cannabis can improve sex. Moser Amanda, a sexologist residing in Denver who has specialized in integrating cannabis and sex, took part as the paper’s lead author.
More than 70% of respondents to Moser’s online questionnaire, which included more than 811 marijuana-using individuals, reported that smoking marijuana before sex enhanced orgasms and boosted desire, regardless of gender or age. The results showed greater sexual satisfaction and functioning. About 62.5% of users claimed that marijuana increased pleasure during masturbation.
According to the authors, the survey’s findings are important for ladies’ satisfaction. Recent research found that women who engage in sex with men are usually less likely to feel sexually satisfied than their partners. The study reports that women are likely to orgasm more frequently when using marijuana prior to sexual activities.
Moser used social media platforms and organizations that advocate for the decriminalization of marijuana and medical cannabis to draw participants. Only adults above the age of consent were eligible to respond.
The authors point out that a number of the results were consistent with earlier studies. For instance, higher desire and orgasmic intensity were reported by both men and women. Women asserted that they might have more orgasms more frequently.
Moser states that when participants used cannabis consciously prior to sex, sexual satisfaction increased by a large margin. Ladies who experience vaginismus and have lowered desire may profit from the ability of cannabis to relax muscles and improve sexual performance.
A 2019 survey with related findings was conducted by a researcher named Becky Lynn, a specialist in women’s reproductive health and university lecturer of gynecology and obstetrics at Maryland’s Saint Louis University. In that survey, women who admitted to using cannabis prior to sex were more likely to say they had more satisfying and intense orgasms.
However, based on another study, better sex does not necessarily result from consuming more cannabis. A literature review from 2019 found that marijuana affects arousal depending on the dosage, with lower levels of THC associated with more stimulation and pleasure. While most research has shown that cannabis may benefit female sexual function, the study found that too much THC can have a contrary effect.
Additionally, cannabis and sex have been positively linked in various online studies. Also, one survey revealed a possible link between the decriminalization of cannabis and enhanced sexual interactions.
As more enterprises such as REZYFi Inc. step up to provide alternative financing to marijuana industry actors in the absence of access to traditional banks, more innovative products could be introduced on the market so that other benefits of this plant can be brought to the fore.
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