Want a more satisfying time in the bedroom? A quick toke or two may do the trick, according to a new study in the journal Sexual Medicine. So researchers decided to investigate, publishing one of the largest studies on the issue to date. The survey included questions about overall sexual activity—including how satisfied they were with their current sex life, drive, orgasms and lubrication.
The Relationship between Marijuana Use Prior to Sex and Sexual Function in Women
Marijuana Use Before Sex Leads To More Satisfying Orgasms, Study Finds | Marijuana Moment
Recent research suggests that marijuana use can improve orgasms for women. Now, a new yet-to-be-published study says that men may also find their bedroom activities enhanced by cannabis. For her purposes, she adapted questions taken from other frameworks used to assess human sexual response. For example, the survey asked participants to rate how cannabis affected their ability to achieve and maintain an erection for men and lubrication for women. The survey also asked respondents if they believed cannabis creates a more satisfactory and pleasurable sex life, and how taste, touch, hearing, smell and sound were influenced by consumption. A sample of people with various backgrounds and marijuana preferences participated in the study. Moser said she found cannabis to be sexually beneficial for both men and women, regardless of age, as well as throughout the lifespan.
Marijuana Gives Men And Women More Sexual Desire And Better Orgasms, Study Finds
Around a third of women in the US have used cannabis before sex and those who do say they experienced increased desire and better orgasms, a study has found. While women who regularly used the drug were twice as likely as occasional users to have satisfying orgasms. Researchers noted that marijuana use has been on the rise among adults in the US as a growing number of states pass laws which legalise it for both medical and recreational purposes. The study surveyed female patients at an obstetrics and gynaecology practice in an academic medical centre in Saint Louis, Missouri. Overall, women, or 34 per cent, reported using marijuana before sexual activity.
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