At the Taboo Naughty But Nice Sex Show in Vancouver, a group of customers approached the MJ Creams booth, buying cannabis massage oil and inquiring about the potency of the cannabis-infused lollipops.
There are a lot of claims being made about cannabis’ medical properties.
St. Louis, Mo., gynecologist Becky Kaufman Lynn faced a problem: her patients wanted her to explain how cannabis affected how they experienced sex, but she wasn’t sure how to answer.
All the good stuff just gets better.
Recent scientific studies substantiate what many marijuana users have claimed all along — that it enhances sexual relations.
For years, Kinleigh Stewart thought she was asexual.
Claiming cannabis can do wonders in bed, the industry offers items ranging from lubricants to apparently sex-enhancing teas.
Which weed strain is best for sex is a difficult question to answer.
Scientists are homing in on biological reasons for the age-old “cannabis makes sex better” theory, though there’ll need to be plenty of further research to come.
Report’s author cautions that findings should not be misinterpreted as proof of causal link.