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Peanut butter and jelly. Cheese and crackers. Cannabis and sex? There are some pretty iconic pairings, but none have quite the same history as cannabis and sex. The plant’s use for “bedroom activities” goes way back, with mentions use for tantric sex in the Kama Sutra. While there aren’t many studies currently available, we do know one thing. THC and sex can go together incredibly well.

Why THC and Sex Go Together

There may not be a ton of research on the subject, but several studies point toward THC (and cannabis, in general) enhancing your activities in the sack. One of the main benefits is that the cannabinoid can lower stress, anxiety, and inhibitions. You’ll feel more relaxed and comfortable, which can then, in turn, allow you to enjoy sex more.

Other benefits of THC for sex include:

  • Longer sessions
  • Longer-lasting (and easier to achieve) orgasms
  • More orgasms
  • Increased touch sensitivity
  • Boosted libido
  • Greater satisfaction

The great news is that cannabis doesn’t just enhance your experiences with a partner. It can also boost your solo sessions.

THC for Sex: Men Vs. Women

For men, the effects of THC for sex are mixed. Some say the cannabinoid may contribute to erectile dysfunction. Others say that it boosts libido and may actually be more effective than Viagra. One of the reasons behind this is that THC can lower anxiety, which can be a factor in ED. Cannabis also doesn’t have the same unwanted side effects that Viagra can cause.

For women, the THC offers significantly more positive outcomes when it comes to sex. It can help women achieve orgasms more easily. It can help to reduce pain, which can be beneficial for those who experience painful intercourse. THC-infused lubricants may also help to relax the muscles and the mind, making sex much more enjoyable overall.

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Best Strains for a Good Time in Bed

There are more than 750 strains of cannabis in existence. Here are some of the best ones to consider adding to your romps in the bedroom:

  • Jillybean for creative sex
  • Sour Diesel for frenzied, lust-filled sex
  • Ultimate Trainwreck for all-encompassing euphoria
  • Dream Queen for long-lasting sex
  • Girl Scout Cookies for amazing solo sex

Tips for an Amazing Experience

Are you thinking about adding a little THC to your sex life? Before you light up, pop an edible, or take a dose of a tincture, let’s go over a few tips for success:

Pick the Right Strain

As we mentioned above, there are numerous cannabis strains. The ones we listed are just a fraction of those that can enhance sex. Some can lead to couchlock, which would put a real damper on your activities. Research your options beforehand, ask a friend, or chat with a budtender.

Experiment First

Just because a strain is good for sex, that doesn’t mean it’s good for you. Don’t wait until you’re about to strip off your clothes (or you’re already undressed) to experiment with a new strain. Give it a try beforehand, so you know how it will affect you.

Hydrate! (And Consider Having Lube on Standby)

One of the known side effects of THC is cottonmouth. That’s not the only part of the body it can dry out, though. For some women, it can lead to vaginal dryness, which is anything but pleasant. Be sure to drink plenty of water and keep a bottle of lube on the nightstand for backup.

Don’t Overdo It

While THC can help alleviate anxiety and make you feel more at ease, too much can have the opposite effect. Being overly paranoid and anxious doesn’t make for a good time. Too much of certain strains can also sedate you too much, leaving you feeling unable to do anything. When incorporating cannabis with sex, less is often more.

When it comes to iconic duos, cannabis and sex is one of the originals. Whether you’re looking to enhance your pleasure and experiences with your partner or you’re looking to spice up your solo sessions, a little THC can make a huge difference. Cannabis and sex may even become your new ultimate pairing.