Smoking weed has long been used as a pain reliever in the medical community. So far, 23 states and Washington DC have legalized the use of marijuana medicinally. It's also no secret that smoking weed is fun as hell. It relaxes you and makes everything feel like all is right with the world. It's basically nature's Xanax. But did you know that weed can actually improve your sex life? Yes, marijuana actually has the power to make sex better. Haters love to say that weed is a "gateway drug" it's not , that it's super addictive it's not , and that it ruins your life it doesn't.
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COULD cannabis make your sex life even better? Apparently, smoking weed before getting jiggy could give you stronger and more frequent orgasms. As well as this, female pot smokers are said to have stronger climaxes and better sexual satisfaction.
Here's what the limited research tells us about cannabis and sex.
First off, credit for this very fun finding goes to Dr. Michael Eisenberg, an assistant professor of urology at Stanford University. Eisenberg sees a lot of different patients for a lot of different reasons, but a common cause for a trip to the office seems to revolve around problems pertaining to the bedroom.
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. Having sex on weed is often an entirely different experience. But is it safe? Are there long-term effects on your health? And does it actually enhance the sexual experience in any meaningful way? Read on, because we've compiled everything you need to know about America's favorite recreational drug and sex. Plus, how having sex while high can totally change the vibe, if you know what we mean. The study was conducted at the Stanford University School of Medicine and the results were published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.