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5 Side Effects Of Weed On Your Sex Life

Here's how weed affects your performance between the sheets.

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We all have heard that having sex while you’re high is an out-of-this-world experience, that it elevates your senses to the moon and back; also, that it is a way to connect at a deeper level with your partner, right?

Good sex indeed means different things to different people, but let’s talk about some of the most common things people who smoke weed experience in their sex life.

There’s no such thing as a proper investigation on the effects of weed on the brain while having sex, but sure there are some data that we took time to evaluate and finally came to you with the most relevant information.

Bye-Bye Sexual Dysfunctions & Premature Ejaculation

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Some doctors say that most of the time, sexual dysfunctions are a psychological matter. Sure it can be related to something physical. Still, often they’re more of a psychological issue and not getting into a big scientific explanation.

We found out that your brain actually contains neurotransmitters that get stimulating by the CB1 receptor and delays ejaculation, and also as weed has been associated with increased sexual desire and arousal, as well as reducing anxiety, elevate the mood and increase sexual desire.

Getting In The Mood For...

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Marijuana has gained a reputation for giving us a feeling of euphoria. It elevates our mood and increases our sexual desire. There are multiple surveys that let us see a correlation between cannabis use and the enjoyment of sex, but in the end, it is a personal choice and a unique experience for each one of us.

Girl Power O

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Yeah, girls, this one is for us. Even though most of the data come from men, and historically men have been able to access cannabis easier than us, a study from the Journal of Sex Research shows in the late 90s that cannabis can not only increase sexual desire.

However, 76% of women in the report said that the pleasure and the sensation of touching increased a lot after consuming cannabis; also, the study showed that women were more likely to report having satisfying orgasm after using weed before having sex.

Less Ouch More Yum

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Yes, as you’re reading, people around the world use cannabis specifically to decrease pain. As we’ve been saying, sex is a different experience for different people.

It can also be painful, so having a little cannabis in any form can decrease this sensation and stimulate the pleasure, satisfying ones by relaxing the muscles and getting the mood in a perfect place for you to enjoy.

Deeper… Connections

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Last but not least of our list, partners who smoke together stay together. Nah, of course we’re kidding, but it sure is a bonding activity.

Human behavior shows us that when we’re more open to new experiences and share significant or amusing moments with another person, we’ll engage even more and create memories that last a lifetime.


Well, what I’m saying is don’t be afraid to try on the new sex world has now amazing cannabis products that you can be easily included in your sex routine or spicing things up a little bit.

Remember, the sexiest move you can make is asking for consent; then, let your imagination go wild and get crazy experimenting with new sensations, flavors, and why not weed world.

Have great, consensual, safe sex and also have some fun.

August 30, 2021
Written by Valentina Yepes
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August 30, 2021
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