Is Maxim the Finest Selection in Explaining How Hashish Can Enhance Intercourse For Girls?

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The article admits that until further research there is no way of knowing whether weeds are a foolproof way to increase your sex drive, or exactly what the biological mechanism is.

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Emma Spears

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November 01, 2019 • • January 24, 2020 • • Read for 2 minutes The women surveyed were asked about cannabis use, sex drive and orgasms The women surveyed were asked about cannabis use, sex drive and orgasms Photo by Camrocker / iStock / Getty Images Plus

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Cannabis can improve sex for women, according to the publication for men, Maxim.

  1. The amount of cannabis seems to be the key to increasing libido according to the results.

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The magazine that has benefited from its own brand of retro-sexist irony and valor – it caters to anyone interested in such insightful concepts as the Cure A Feminist Campaign and an annual ranking of the 100 supposedly sexiest women – made it their mission delve into the topic of women’s sexual health.

The Digital Lad Magazine quoted heavily from the interview with St. Louis gynecologist Dr. Becky Lynn in an article by Dr. Keren Landman of Medium, in which the former discusses her research on the use of cannabis as a libido enhancer.

Dr. Lynn conducted a perhaps not particularly scientific survey of 400 patients about their cannabis use, sex drive, and orgasms, and found that women who indulged in pre-coital cannabis had better sex than those who abstained.

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“When I looked in the scientific literature, there wasn’t a lot of data at all,” she told Medium. “I looked on the internet – it was just the opposite.”

It sounds legitimate.

Maxim also cites a paragraph from the Means article explaining why weeds may (yes, possibly) work: “Low doses of marijuana affect cannabinoid receptors throughout the human body, including the brain, and it has been shown that they relieve both anxiety and pain of which can disrupt arousal. In addition, marijuana is believed to dilate blood vessels throughout the reproductive tract and make the genitals – including the clitoris – more sensitive. “

The assumption that die-hard Maxim readers know what and where the clitoris is, while interesting, is a significant leap of faith.

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To be fair, Maxim notes, “While the exact answer remains unclear until marijuana is legal in all states and more research can be done, there is no way to know if weeds are a foolproof way to increase your sex drive, or what exactly that is biological mechanism. “

But in the end, the piece cites another article by Maxim about the six sexy weeds that make you better in bed, “for inspiration.”

Inspired? Not as much.

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