Women, is your sex life a little lackluster? Well time to spark a doobie, because there’s some exciting news about how marijuana can help you achieve the Big O. Read on to find out all about the exciting new strain is that’s helping women light their fires.
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Sweet, sexy Mary Jane. “[Marijuana] enhances the enjoyment of sex—on the one hand it gives an exquisite sensitivity, but on the other hand it postpones orgasm,” wrote Carl Sagan about marijuana’s possibilities as an aphrodisiac. “In part by distracting me with the profusion of image passing before my eyes. The actual duration of orgasm seems to lengthen greatly, but this may be the usual experience of time expansion which comes with cannabis smoking.”
Weed’s sex-enhancing qualities are no secret. These days, however, with the rise in specialized marijuana the sexual benefits are gaining more notice than ever.
There’s a strain for that. The pot industry is capable of tailoring weed for an engineered experience. Weed to help you relax, to get you energized… and to get you laid.
Randy roaches. In 2014, Paradigm Medical Marijuana founder Karyn Wagner made a pretty sexy discovery during some sexy time with her partner: a strain that made her especially frisky.
Sexxpot Wagner christened the new strain with the perfect name: Sexxpot. Wagner’s company markets Sexxpot as weed specifically bred to help women get in the mood.
What makes Sexxpot so special for women? The strain has a lower percentage of THC compared to most other strains: 14 percent compared to the normal 18-20.
Just right. The lower amount of THC helps put women in a “sensual” mood, without getting too high. You know the feeling when all you can do is either stare at a crack in your ceiling or eat literally everything in sight? That’s where Sexxpot comes in.
And it’s good for you, too! The lower amount of THC is also scientifically proven to be better for women. American Cannabis Nurses Association board nurse Eloise Theisen reveals that women “need less THC in general.” Thanks doc!
Lower is better, bud-wise. “High levels of THC can promote anti-estrogen activity, though science is still very limited,” Theisen explains. “My guess is that Sexxpot, with the lower THC, regulates the body’s endocannabinoid system, the group of brain receptors that are involved with processes like pain, sensation, mood, and mediating effects of cannabis. And it helps bring back the balance of hormones, but without sacrificing the therapeutic properties.”
Sexxpot has a bunch of other beneficial effects. It’s apparently also good for chronic pain, mild depression, stress, and anxiety. Think of the medications you could avoid if you got your hands on a little Sexxpot.
How the magic happens. “The high starts with a euphoric head rush that leaves you uplifted and insanely happy,” claims a review on AllBud.com. “This is slowly followed by warming waves of relaxing tingles that spread from the back of your head and neck to your fingertips and toes.”
Lucky leaves. “This effect is very arousing and can leave you incredibly horny” the review continues, “especially for women.” Sounds like female Viagra in a plant!
A delicacy for the senses. “This bud has an enticingly delicious aroma of sweet peach with a savory bouquet of earthy coffee as the buds are broken apart,” says another reviewer on AllBud.com says. “The taste is very similar with a delicately floral sweet peachy flavor that quickly becomes earthy and pungent upon exhale. Sexxpot buds have gorgeous large and airy popcorn-shaped dark forest green nugs with rich purple undertones, long thin lavender hued hairs, and a frosty fine layer of sugary trichomes and visible droplets of resin.”
Men can use Sexxpot too! While they don’t seem to enjoy it as much as women, men can still enjoy Sexxpot’s effects. And hey, if she’s having a great time, aren’t you too?
That’s quite enough. Wagner describes a particularly satisfied Sexxpot customer, saying, “She reported that it relaxed her enough that she wasn’t thinking about that anymore. She wasn’t hyperaware or hyper-anything. Actually, she gave me maybe too much detail.”