How To Have Great Sex While High

Fellow cannabis users, good news: smoking cannabis can enhance your sex life.

High sex, along with many other activities completed after a toke, might be something you’re already familiar with, but, like most things, it’s gratifying if you do it the right way.

At its worst, cannabis can make you paranoid, quiet, or weird, which no one enjoys while in the sack. At its best, baked boning stimulates sensory experiences. So, now that rigorous scientific data supports the idea that having sex while high is not a bad idea. The question is, how do you have great sex while high?

First off, credit for this very fun finding goes to Dr. Michael Eisenberg, an assistant professor of Urology at Stanford University. After realizing that most of his patients’ office visits surrounded problems in the bedroom, he decided to take a more clinical look into things. He gathered data from the U.S. government’s National Survey of Family Growth and, to his surprise, found that the more people smoked cannabis, the more success they had between the sheets. (Tell us something we didn’t know)

This isn’t the only study that supports the idea that cannabis can aid sex. A previous survey conducted by Psychology Today found that cannabis does indeed act as an aphrodisiac among users — a finding that’s been supported by separate studies since.

In addition, a majority of respondents said smoking cannabis before sex helps enhance the experience. Being under the influence of cannabis before sex can increase sensitivity, ease inhibitions, deliver more intense orgasms, and significantly reduce anxieties.

Pick The Right Strain For Sex Certain strains of cannabis are more likely to cater to sex than others. Some tend to put you in a more cerebral mood; others are designed to enhance physical sensations. Figure out which one primes you for sex best (before the big night, so when your partner asks what you’re doing on the back porch, tell him or her “research”), and go from there. Look for cannabis strains that contains a hybrid of CBD & THC with Terpenes of Limonene, Linalool, Pinene and Caryophyllene. Refrain from myrcene strains, as it gives off a sedative effect.

However, no two people react alike, necessitating experimentation. Everyone responds differently to different Cannabinoids, and Terpenes so what works for one person might not work for another. Don’t feel pressured to match your partner’s smoking experience. Instead, do what feels best for you, and if you’re new to the cannabis community, start small and work your way up. Use (Lots Of) Lube

“Cottonmouth” refers to the feeling of dryness that smoking can induce. THC, the active ingredient in cannabis, can block the glands that produce saliva. Of course, that symptom can usually be remedied with a tall glass of water. But the mouth isn’t the only place on the body that lacks moisture after smoking. “Cotton vagina,” as it turns out, is also very much of a real thing. And as anyone knows, dry sex is most definitely not good sex. There are a lot of lubes on the market. So make sure to have one handy. And, hey, if you want to keep with the theme of the evening, there are also a variety of cannabis-infused intimacy products to choose from. Check out our popular “Date Night” arrangement.

Be Creative Cannabis spurs creativity. And if that invigorates you to explore the most random sex positions you never knew existed, embrace it. Try new things that you and your partner are comfortable with. Don’t be afraid to voice your thoughts. Let them know what they are doing right and how they can enhance it.

Don’t Experiment With Cannabis The Night Of It’s essential to get acquainted with your high before jumping into sex. Try experimenting with different strains and different doses in the days before. Don’t experiment with a product the night of your sexual experience. We recommend that you know beforehand how your body will respond to a particular product.

Be Careful With Edibles Edibles are a fun way to get high. They taste good, are easily stored, and allow you to dodge the risk of getting caught in a coughing fit. Plus, they take the smoke and smell out of the equation, which can be a perk if you have kids sleeping around the corner. It’s harder to measure the amount of THC you’re consuming with edibles. They also take a while to kick in. Take a small dose and see how your body responds before taking more. You can always eat more, not less.

Don’t Get Too High for High Sex Less is more, you want to enhance the moment. You don’t want to consume so much it takes you out of the mood. Getting high is a gradual process. If you rush the process, you may end up getting more stoned than you want. So start small, and go slow. -Kayleigh Kannabis Inspiration for article