Weed and sex have always been as perfect of a pairing as chocolate and wine. It’s no surprise that women have reported to researchers that, especially compared to drunk sex, high sex offers a “much more intense” orgasm and an ability to be “mindful of everything.”
Whether it’s with a partner or alone, pot promises to make the orgasm better than ever—but these days you don’t have to just smoke it. There are plenty of novel products on the market to help invigorate your love-making. Here are our top picks.
Cannabis Lube by Foria
Foria is a pioneer in the sex and cannabis space. Back when they began making cannabis lubes to enhance the orgasm, it was taboo, but, since then, many other companies have come out with their own versions.
First up on our list is two different products from Foria. “Pleasure” contains about a milligram of THC per serving and just a couple of sprays on the clit, labia, and vagina should do the trick when it comes to enhancing feeling in that whole area. (The only downside? It’s not latex-safe.)
“Awaken,” Foria’s CBD-only offering, comes with both the non-psychoactive cannabinoid and Kava, the latter of which is traditionally used as an anti-anxiety herb. Kava interacts with the endocannabinoid system in our bodies, namely the receptors in the central nervous system, making for more chill sex than usual. Plus, the fact that its CBD-only means people in states where pot isn’t legal can buy it.
Mary Jane Vibrator
What would a female-centric, orgasm list be without at least one vibrator? Ganja Vibes makes the Mary Jane Vibrator, a battery-operated bullet with a green, leaf-shaped sleeve—sort of like the kind you’d find in an add-on kit to the rightfully beloved Hitachi Magic Wand. With multiple speeds and a four-foot cord, this little-ribbed wonder should enhance any orgasm and make partner play super on-brand for stoners.
The Sexxpot Strain
For people who are looking for the right strain to get down, Sexxpot is here. The seller, Karyn Wagner, told The Cut that she and her partner inadvertently stumbled across the aphrodisiac strain while having sex. One of Sexxpot’s parents is Mr. Nice, an indica-dominant, low-THC strain. Wagner has been marketing the strain specifically to women, especially those struggling with their libidos to help get them into a “headspace [to] affect the body’s sensations” for a mind-blowing orgasm. While there’s no guarantee that this will get you or your partner turned on more than any other strain, it’s worth a try. Unfortunately, people who live outside of California will miss out, though, since the strain can currently only be found in-state.
HighGasm Edible Lube
HighGasm offers another way of getting stoned and then getting down: an edible, MCT-oil based lubricant. There are three flavors available: a plain version, blowberry (blueberry, naturally), and cock-o-nut (I think we can all guess what that one is). The company says that each three ml packet contains 25 mg of “pure cannabis essence,” which doesn’t exactly break down what’s going into the lube. Regardless, it requires going to a dispensary so there has to be something heady about it.
Cannadoms—weed-flavored and scented condoms—are meant to mimic the aphrodisiac effects of marijuana without getting you high (since they contain neither THC nor CBD). But for folks looking to smoke up and then maintain the experience into the occasionally cumbersome—but always necessary—process of protection, Cannadoms might be the way to go.
High Love Edibles
1906 is offering a brand of edibles called High Love, a mix of different “natural botanicals” with a 1:1 ratio of 5 mg of THC and CBD to tingle both your brain and nerve endings. The company claims a “rapid onset and mild dosage,” which is a good thing for people who don’t want to wait too long to get high. Some say that weed lubes tend to take a long time to kick in, so High Love is a great choice for folks who just want to get on with it.
Lots and lots of dildos
Just for the record, there’s an inordinate amount of dildo pipes out there. Really. So many. And that’s not even to mention the dildo bongs, in case you wanted to get some dirty bong water up in your vage. And no, that one isn’t a euphemism.
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