Marijuana infused sex lube is a real thing

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What’s not to love about a product that both increases the intensity of an orgasm and gets you stoned at the same time?
Enter entrepreneur Mathew Gerson, who recently launched a marijuana-infused sexual lubricant for women called Foria, which is essentially an intoxicating concoction of cannabis and coconut oil that will not only grease up a couple’s organ grinding rituals but also allegedly heighten their overall sexual experience, especially for the woman.


“What our results and testing has shown is that there’s quite a broad spectrum of responses that happen,” Gerson told Nerve.
Although there is currently no clinical research on file with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regarding the medicinal properties of inserting marijuana-infused oils into the vagina, Gerson says his company’s independent testing has resulted in women experiencing a variety of sensations, including heat, swelling of the clitoris and tingling.
“Women report a sense of embodiment, a sense of dropping into a more full relationship to sexual sensations, and sensations around the body,” he said. “As you can imagine, as that builds up to orgasm, if orgasm is a part of your experience, then that can lead to intensification and a more full body experience.”
Gerson admits that Foria will not likely produce a stoned effect for those who use it solely to prevent friction in their carnal advances; however, the lubricant is edible and will fry your brain with the same level of intensity as other potent marijuana munchies, like pot brownies. Therefore, marijuana-infused cunnilingus and fellatio is now a reality, which should be enough persuasion for all of you horny potheads to spend the $88 it costs to purchase a one-ounce bottle.
Not surprisingly, marijuana has been used to stimulate the sexual appetite for ages, with many ancient tribes in India using it as a medicinal aphrodisiac to boost libido, which is exactly what Gerson is attempting to do in the United States. “We’re really excited to re-present a very old medicinal to the marketplace, specifically packaged and presented and sensitively brought on to the market for use by women,” he said.
Unfortunately, while Foria seems to be the perfect sexual supplement to force stoners out of the missionary position and into a new realm of boot knocking fury, the product is marketed as medical marijuana, which means it can only be sold to patients over the age of 18 with a medical marijuana recommendation from their physician.
Mike Adams writes for stoners and smut enthusiasts in High Times, Playboy’s The Smoking Jacket and Hustler Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter @adamssoup and on Facebook/mikeadams73.

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