Cannabis Lube: Where Horny Meets High

Cannabis Lube: Does it Turn Up the Heat in the Sack?

Forget your ribbed condoms and warming goops all those other products that claim to turn up the heat in the sack. Cannabis lube or CBD lube are poised to be your favorite new products in your collection of sexy things. If lube isn’t really your thing, don’t be put off by the name of this product; cannabis lube certainly can be used as a lubricant, but it really shines as a product that enhances sexual pleasure in women.

You will not get high on this stuff, so if you or your partner are looking to get stoned by rubbing cannabis all over your naughty bits, you’ll be slightly disappointed. As for individuals who do not want to get high from lube, rest assured that the effects of cannabis lube are relegated to the vagina. This is not to say that weed lovers will be disappointed by the product. On the contrary, the product reviews of cannabis lube have a resoundingly positive consensus over its pleasurable effects. Note: If you get some edible cannabis lube into your mouth, you can certainly get high that way.

How Cannabis Lube Works

Explained simply, the cannabinoids present in cannabis lube penetrate the mucous membranes of the vagina, enhancing blood flow and sensitivity, and even may help to get you wet and ready for action. Endocannabinoids play an important role in female sexual function, and while endocannabinoid receptors are concentrated in the brain, they can also be found in our sexual organs. In fact, the experience of orgasm itself releases endocannabinoids, rewarding us for using our procreative capabilities.

The products currently available on the market are spray-on lubricants that are meant to be applied in and around the clitoris and labia, as well as internally in the vagina. It takes about a half hour for the localized effects to kick in. Each body reacts differently to THC, so start with a small amount and experiment to find your perfect dosage.

Importantly, cannabis lube is an oil-based product, so it should not be combined with latex condoms use; oil will break down the condom and render it useless as a contraceptive and as protection against sexually transmitted infections. If you want to try cannabis lube with protection that is compatible with oil-based products, seek out nitrile and lambskin condoms instead of latex.

How to Get Your Hands on Cannabis Lube

So where can you get this wonder product? Unfortunately, only where cannabis is legal, despite the fact that this product is as innocuous as they come — unless, of course, you’re not keen on products that help women experience sexual pleasure. Currently, cannabis lube that contains THC can only be sold in places where medical marijuana has been legalized.

The good news is that, with access to marijuana buds, home cannabis chefs can cook up a batch of DIY cannabis lube.  There’s also CBD lube, which is easy to find.

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