Grow Your Sexual IQ with Cannabis!
Marijuana has notoriously been linked to sex and promiscuity, but today I’d like to update your image of the modern day cannabis user and explain how this plant is now being used for personal growth and sexual connection.
Whether you’re gay, lesbian, bi, hetro or a solo lover…. It doesn’t matter! Here are 3 universal guidelines to grow your sexual health and happiness each time you spark up:
- THERE IS NO NORM: Whether pot makes you horny, tired, sexy, or paranoid, just realize… the effects of cannabis are highly personal. Don’t let anyone tell you there is a behavioral norm or a strain that will improve your sex life. Results vary and your experience can be different for countless reasons.
- MAKE FUN THE GOAL: Set aside the goal of having an orgasm and make FUN the priority. Laughter and play are often needed for women, especially, to relax into the experience. With fun as the marker of success, performance anxiety is also likely to diminish.
- FIND A WAY TO FEEL BEAUTIFUL: Do you feel beautiful around your sexual partner? If you don’t, what positive changes can you make or insecurities can you heal? But beyond that, have you ever questioned your partner’s ability to meet your emotional needs. Are they even capable? If there’s one thing you can rely on cannabis for, it’s to find a deeper truth about yourself and others.
Here’s the bottom line… You don’t NEED marijuana to enjoy (your own) or another person’s body. What matters is that you stay keep committed to observing your sexuality. Let’s start to demonstrate how evolved lady cannabis really is and how SEXY she has become.
A Few Suggestions & Tips to Begin this JourneyA substance that can relax muscles, ease anxiety and enhance your mood seems like the perfect aperitif for some fun time in the bedroom. Cannabis can increase your sensitivity to touch, get your nerves under control and create a feeling of euphoria that adds to the already-heightened experience of sex. And with the diversity of strains, you can customize your intimacy, depending on what you’re trying to achieve (besides the obvious). It’s important to note that your favorite edible or a heavy concentrate might not be the best bet for a sexual experience unless you are fully aware of how it will affect you. So instead of ill-advised experimentation, here are some basic tips before to help you undertsand how to incorporate cannabis into your sex life [Tweet This]:
- Don’t consume too much. Unsurprisingly, the more stoned you get, the less some are able to function. A study by the American Academy of Neurology explains as much, so go easy and practice moderation when using cannabis to enhance sex.
- Prepare (and protect) yourself. Any substance that can lower your inhibition can also lead to high-risk behavior. Protect yourself from STD’s by having protection readily available.
- Do a trial run. At least make sure you have an idea of how you’ll react when trying a new strain or delivery method, especially if you plan on using it with a new partner. Paranoia and dizziness are not ingredients for great sex.
- Dryness. Ladies: Marijuana can occasionally cause dryness in the mucous membranes, which includes your vagina. If you’ve tried a strain you like but have never used it during sex, you might want to have some lube close by. You, and your partner, will be thankful.