5 studies on how cannabis can improve your sex life
February 20, 2021
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Cannabis and sex can be a controversial topic.
It’s been use as an aphrodisiac for thousands
of years, with early recorded uses in 7th
century India as a prelude to spiritual tantric
sex rituals. Many cannabis consumers today
say it improves their sex lives, but on the other
hand, some say it can negatively impact sex,
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So what does the research say? A fair bit of
science suggests the plant can improve your sex life.
Women who use cannabis have better orgasms
A 2019 study highlights the connection between
cannabis and orgasms in women. In this study,
researchers surveyed 373 women patients at
an obstetrics and gynecological practice.
Researchers found that 127 women who use
cannabis before sex had much higher chances
of achieving a satisfying orgasm than those
who didn’t use cannabis.
The cannabis consumers had 2.13 times higher
odds of having a satisfactory orgasm than
women who didn’t consume. Additionally,
those who use cannabis more frequently had
2.10 times higher odds of having a satisfactory
orgasm than those who use it occasionally.
Cannabis consumers have more sex
A 2017 study looked at survey data from about 50,000 men and women to see whether cannabis use had any connection to how often people had sex. There was a clear correlation: Those who used cannabis had sex more frequently than those who didn’t. This held true for both men and women in all demographic groups. The study also found that cannabis use does not appear to impair sexual function. RelatedHow I found the right cannabis strain for sex
Cannabis is link to better sexual health in women
In a study from 2020, 452 women who use cannabis were give a survey to assess the connection between their cannabis use and sexual health. The survey included questions on desire, orgasms, arousal, lubrication, satisfaction, and pain, factors that measure female sexual health.
Those who used cannabis frequently were likely to score high on measures of sexual health, specifically, sexual desire, arousal, orgasms, and satisfaction, more so than women who used cannabis less. This hold true regardless of the type of cannabis, how it was consume, or the reason for consuming it.
A higher sex drive and less pain for women who use cannabis
Other studies also back up the claim that women who consume cannabis have better sexual health. A 2017 study reveal that cannabis use is try to a higher sex drive in women and less pain during sex.
In the study, 289 women from an obstetrics and gynecological practice who use cannabis before sex were given a survey on how cannabis change their sexual experiences. A majority of women—60%—reported that it increases their sex drive, and of those who report having pain during sex, 77% report that cannabis use reduce pain. As with two of the studies above, this research also found that cannabis use was tire to improve orgasm. RelatedCannabis-infused recipes for a romantic Valentine’s dinner
Cannabis might enhance erectile function in men, but more research is need
While the connection between better female sexual health and cannabis use looks clear, it is less so when it comes to male sexual health. Some research suggests cannabis may make it more difficult for men to achieve orgasm, which has given cannabis something of a scary reputation for sexually active men. But the research isn’t all bad.
A 2011 study reviewed literature on cannabis and male sexual function and found mixed results. While some studies showed negative impacts on male sexual health, such as a difficulty in achieving orgasm, others found positive impacts—overall, the study authors even concluded that cannabis might enhance erectile function.
Still, given the limited amount of research available and the contradictory results, more research must be done on this topic.