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The scars related to sex and cannabis still persist, although the demand for improved sexual aids continues to grow
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February 14, 2020 • • 5th March 2020 • • Read for 2 minutes Photo by Denisfilm / iStock / Getty Images Plus
In addition to sexual pleasure, products can herald additional wellness properties, for example as an antifungal or antiseptic. Such products may contain other adaptogens, herbs, or essential oils, depending on the manufacturer.
Like lubricants and oils, cannabis recently introduced an entirely new line of products to the spray sector. The addition of CBD and THC to this category allows manufacturers to double the usual claims, e.g. B. Increase pleasure and decrease a person’s gag reflex. With most products, consumers are advised to use multiple sprays, usually three to six, to achieve the desired effects.
Like oils and lubricants, oral sprays can contain additional substances such as those listed above.
Capsules can help with various forms of sexual wellbeing. For some, common CBD and THC capsules like edible capsules can help and provide a slower onset that promotes relief and, for some, sexual arousal. This led some to view cannabis as a treatment for problems such as erectile dysfunction.
Suppositories are another thriving market. With this application, a person can experience muscle relief and increased sexual pleasure in the applied area. Remember that the onset time of a suppository should be much faster as opposed to an edible one.
Edibles and flowers
Classic options such as edibles and flowers can also be implemented depending on the variety and dosage. Before sampling either option, try to understand how your body reacts to each option, paying particular attention to the loads and portion size.
Otherwise, be safe and have fun. The scars that surround sex and cannabis still exist. Please do your part to erase them by experimenting safely and consensually.
TheFreshToast.com, a US lifestyle website that provides lifestyle content and medical marijuana information for The GrowthOp through its partnership with 600,000 doctors through Skipta.
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