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By M. Carroll on June 10, 2022
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Sex is as much psychological as it is physical. Most participants couldn’t care less. It’s certainly a pleasure worth repeating like consuming cannabis strains
Sex lives drive social and economic decisions. Even when it risks pregnancy, sex makes decisions that can’t be reversed. It’s addictive for most people who seek ways to enhance, improve, and/or sustain individual experience.
Enhancing sex life — Men and women look for medications, devices, supplements, and training to improve their interest in sex. They want to improve their personal performance and increase their pleasure.
Arguments remain open on if or how common stimulants, like alcohol or cannabis strains, will spice up your sex life.
There is no research supporting the position that cannabis strains improve erectile dysfunction, sex hormones, or orgasm response. In fact, some science would argue that the cannabis effect on blood flow, blood pressure, and soft tissue affects the physical sexual response and performance negatively.
However, anecdotal evidence overwhelming insists that cannabis strains inform and improve the overall physical experience. The improvement may result from an enhanced psychological experience as the cannabis relieves pain, relaxes muscular tension, and improves mood and focus.
Reports on sexual experiences are notoriously inauthentic and unreliable. There’s almost always an element of boasting in the subjective claim.
But, most cannabis strains produce a defense against physical and psychological resistance and inhibition. Most strains relieve pain and anxiety. And, these are all barriers to sexual comfort and success.
There is no research to prove cannabis strains act as an aphrodisiac or erectile support. But, by removing psychological barriers, it relieves the body to function more naturally and spontaneously.
So, the mix of psychological and physical reactions can spice up your sex life, too.