The cannabis movement has finally developed a few products specifically for you women. Check out these two 420-friendly products designed to make the female orgasm not only easier to achieve but more intense and longer lasting.
Foria Pleasure – No smoking needed
If you’d prefer to forego the mental high or you’re not much of a smoker, check out Foria Pleasure. This is a topical spray that uses coconut oil as the carrier and contains around 2.5 mg of THC per pump along with some other cannabinoids. The recommended dosage is four to five sprays on (or in) your most sensitive areas.
Most women will feel something happening in about 15 minutes, but some will need to apply at least an hour before sex. The goal? Longer, more intense orgasms that are easy to reach. If that sounds like a plan, make sure you have your medical marijuana card in order. Foria Pleasure is only available from licensed dispensaries in the states of California and Colorado.
The women of California and Colorado appear to have a little bit of an advantage over the rest of us, but as the laws around the globe change to something more sensible, good things will be coming – pun fully intended!
SexxPot: Low-THC weed for the best sex of your life
Researchers have been baffled for years about how cannabis affects the female libido. Some women will tell you sex is incredible when they’re high, while others say it kills the mood completely.
Here are two comments from a Psychology Today survey that show the two extremes:
After smoking, I can feel my nipples perk up, clitoris tingle, and vagina become wet to the point that I can feel it through my pants and my man knows he is in for a LONG night.
My boyfriend and I have smoked (fairly heavily) for the past year and I would say that it 100% has a terrible effect on our sex life. It’s been a huge libido killer for our relationship.
Wet and tingly: SexxPot Weed Strain
Karyn Wagner of Paradigm Medical Marijuana believes she has exactly what you need. Here’s her story:
It wasn’t unusual for Karyn and her partner to share a joint before sex, but after trying a moderate-THC strain called Mr. Nice, Karyn had a heightened experience that she described as “something special” – so special that they packed up the rest of this particular herb for next time, and neatly labeled the bag “Sex Pot.”
Soon after that, Karyn decided to create her own strain based on Mr. Nice and to market it as SexxPot – catchy, huh? If you live in California, you can purchase SexxPot at select California dispensaries, and she has partnered with two female-owned delivery services in the Bay Area, Lady Chatterley’s and Mary Gold Delivery, for direct sales.
The thought behind SexxPot is deceptively simple. We all know that cannabis can put you in a great mood, relieve stress and make you feel good all over, but less is more in this case. The relatively low THC level (14% compared to over 20% in many of today’s newest strains) seems to be just the right amount for women, who often need way less than men to get the same effect. Plus, if you or your partner get too high to function, no one’s going to enjoy that in the boudoir.
- Did you test any of this?