“Can Hashish Actually Enhance My Intercourse Life?”

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From gums to skin care, entrepreneurs use cannabis in dozens of creative ways

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Angela Mustone “We know that marijuana can help reduce stress, increase the pleasure of physical contact, and increase feelings of euphoria. All of these can help improve intimacy and sexual health.” Photo by HighOnLove

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This story is part of The SexO Self-Care series by The GrowthOp.

After Covid-19, the world has realized how important our health is and how it affects our relationships. Sexual wellbeing is an essential part of overall wellbeing and it has been proven that orgasms can boost immunity and improve sleep. Unfortunately, many people are so stressed out that it is difficult for them to get out of their heads, focus on the pleasure, and connect with their partners.

After nearly two decades in the sexual health industry, the most asked question I have been asked is, “Can cannabis really improve my sex life?”

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It’s no secret that the methods of consuming marijuana evolved from simply smoking the flower. From bath salts to gums to skin care, entrepreneurs are using cannabis in dozens of new and creative ways, some psychoactive and some not. After hearing this question a million times and having my own personal experiences, I set out to develop a line of products designed to help women increase their sexuality and pleasure.

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First, we developed a non-THC line of premium hemp seed oil, whose products range from massage oil to stimulation oil to stimulating O-gel for women. We received countless reviews from customers claiming that the stimulant oil and O-gel improved their sex life. Hence, we knew we had to include THC in our formulas.

“When it comes to topics, THC-infused intimacy oil isn’t going to get you high, but it can take your sexual pleasure to new heights.” In the picture the company’s stimulating oil. Photo by HighOnLove

We know that marijuana can help reduce stress, increase the pleasure of physical contact, and increase feelings of euphoria. All of these can help improve intimacy and sexual health. Certain terpenes like linalool and limonene are even said to promote sexual desire. Stress selection and THC levels play a role here because you want something mild so that you are still energetic enough to get in touch with your partner.

In Colorado, we offer dry flowers and pre-rolled joints made with a strain carefully selected for its aphrodisiac terpenes, a THC infused intimacy oil and a THC lip balm. We plan to offer three different strains: a balanced mix, a sativa and an indica, all suitable for different needs or phases of intimacy (a sativa for foreplay, a hybrid for intercourse itself and an indica for a mild afterglow) . Of course, you don’t have to try all of them in one evening, but the variety means more chances that a customer will find the right match.

Angela Mustone. Angela Mustone. Photo by HighOnLove

When it comes to subjects, THC-infused intimacy oil isn’t going to get you high, but it can take your sexual pleasure to new heights. By increasing the blood flow, the feeling can be increased (in a good way) while increasing the natural lubrication at the same time. This can help relieve discomfort that usually occurs during intercourse. Adding THC makes the pleasure-enhancing properties of an intimacy oil even more intense.

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Fortunately for Canadian consumers, our line of THC will hit store shelves later this year so that women in Canada can experience the same joy and empowerment we spent so much time on.

Whether you’re alone or in a relationship, one thing is clear: cannabis and sex are a match made to last.

Angela Mustone is the founder of HighOnLove. The company entered the THC space through its recent collaboration with ROSE LifeScience Inc. to bring what is believed to be “Canada’s first line of cannabis products aimed at women.”

This story is part of The SexO Self-Care series by The GrowthOp.

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