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Are you looking for a little THC before diving between the sheets? We have you covered

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February 05, 2020 • • February 7, 2020 • • Read for 3 minutes • • Join the conversation If you want to test and experiment with infused lubricants, here are products from licensed Canadian retailers that could make cannabis the HIGHlight of the year. If you want to test and experiment with infused lubricants, here are products from licensed Canadian retailers that could make cannabis the HIGHlight of the year. Photo by Canndora Club

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Why settle for just having sex in the city when Sesh and the city can make things even better?

“A lot of people have trouble staying present and relaxed during sex,” Luna Matatas, Toronto-based sex and amusement educator, told GrowthOp.

While CBD-infused lubricants can help relax muscles or reduce inflammation, THC-infused lubricants can help increase sensitivity to sensation.

Based on anecdotal evidence, “some people experience both physical and local genital relaxation from CBD lubricants (cannabidiol – the non-interfering, anti-inflammatory cannabis compound), which can result in more pleasure during sex, less pain, and more blood flow to your genitals”, notes Matatas.

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Meanwhile, THC lubricants (tetrahydrocannabinol – the cannabis compound that causes the high levels) are ideal if the goal is to “get back into your body through targeted intense sensations and to report a more intense sensibility to users”, she explains.

It can take between 15 and 45 minutes for the lubricant to work. So make sure that patience is a virtue when needed.

If you want to test and experiment with infused lubricants, here are products from licensed Canadian retailers that could make cannabis the highlight of the year.

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Are you looking for a little THC before diving between the sheets? Then try this intimacy spray. The 30 ml bottle contains 8 mg / ml THC and is suitable for around 300 sprays.

Why THC? The cannabis connection can be useful for loosening things up. In a 2016 interview with Leafly, Andrew Mieure, budtender and owner of Top Shelf Budtending, said that THC can help with “that mental shift: whether it relaxes your mental state to be ready for sex, or whether it is sex physically feels better, the mental one. The shift is more noticeable with THC, which is why the products with higher THC are required. “

The product is currently available in BC Cannabis Stores.

From left: HighOnLove orgasm oil, HighOnLoveCouples lip gloss and HighOnLove orgasm gel. From left: HighOnLove orgasm oil, HighOnLoveCouples lip gloss and HighOnLove orgasm gel.

Canndora ships three times a year and offers subscription boxes filled with hemp seed goodies. The box contains orgasm oil and orgasm gel, both of which are made up of three main ingredients: hemp seed oil, peppermint and L-arginine (an amino acid that causes blood vessels to expand and relax). The box also contains a cute little tube of lip gloss to make your lips particularly kissable.

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“Cannabis and hemp can help people who have painful intercourse and who suffer from menopausal symptoms and drought,” Angela Mustone, founder and CEO of HighOnLove, told The GrowthOp. All products are vegan and animal testing free and made in Canada. The hemp oil used is approved by Health Canada and is legally available for purchase.

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Foria Topical Oil is an odorless cannabis lubricant with 15 mg / ml THC and less than 1 mg / ml CBD. The lubricant is mixed with coconut oil – the oil has no pH and does not affect the pH of the vagina. However, do not use coconut oil-based products when using latex condoms as this can damage the condom. In fact, latex doesn’t mix well with any type of oil. The product is for topical use only and is currently out of stock in the Ontario Cannabis Store.

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