For as long as marijuana has been used recreationally, there have been anecdotal reports among the women who enjoy cannabis that it spices things up in the bedroom. Heck, there are even THC infused lubricants on the market that promise increased arousal and better orgasms, but do they really work? Or is it a placebo effect, where it seems to work because you want it to work, or is there any truth behind these claims?
A growing body of research indicates that there is indeed a correlation between cannabis and sex, even though the science behind it is still a little fuzzy. A recent study that was published last week in the Journal Science Medicine asked women who used cannabis about their sexual experiences, and the researchers
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