5 cannabis products that can improve your sex life

It’s long been believed that CBD and small doses of THC can improve sexual function for both men and women. Here are five products that may help.

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Can cannabis really make sex better or even help get you horny? 

Uh… maybe?

A 2009 article published in the journal Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, found that humans do have endocannabinoid system receptors in their sexual organs.

However, studies are split on whether CBD and THC boost libido. 

One study published in the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics found that excessive cannabis use in males actually lowered their sex drive. 

However, other research suggests CBD may improve libido due to its ability to reduce anxiety—not just physical anxiety, but also social anxiety. 

Which stands to reason: reduce anxiety and your desire for sex will go up. (It’s why so many of your threesomes were in hot tubs.)

Like threesomes, CBD may not work to get everyone horny. However, that hasn’t stopped cannabis retailers from producing products marketed towards those with carnal knowledge. 

Sexy Time Personal Intimacy Oil

$52 at Apothecanna 

Jasmine. Coconut. Argan. If any of those words just turned  you on… uh, you’ll have to explain why. Anyway, in addition to CBD oil, they’re all in this mixture. 

This one is pretty straightforward. You massage the oil onto your or your partner’s body in the hopes of turning yourself/them on. 

“The delicate botanical blend in Sexy Time Personal Intimacy Oil soothes your sensual spots for comfort and pleasure before, during, and after,” the product page seductively explains. “Reapply as needed. For topical use only.”

One customer said, “Sexy Time enhances the heck out of sexy time. My bottle is almost empty.”

Sounds sexy.

Pleasure: Natural Arousal Lube with THC

$48 at Foria Pleasure

Foria is a brand that creates products specifically designed “for her pleasure.” 

Here’s how they describe their lube: “Formulated specifically for women, Pleasure enhances tactile sensations while decreasing tension, discomfort and dryness. Clients report enhanced access to orgasm and deeper orgasms.”

I really don’t have anything witty to add here. That all sounds rad. 

This particular product can be difficult to find as it’s only available through specific retailers in cannabis-legal states. 

However, the non-THC version, “Awaken” is available through Foria’s website. 

Ignite CBD lube

$49.99 at Kush Queen 

The big difference between the Ignite lube and other cannabis lubes is that it’s truly water-based, meaning it’s safe for use with latex condoms. 

Kush Queen claims that the lube can be used with “any condoms or toys, regardless of what they’re made of”.

Like other cannabis lubes, however, the claimed benefit of using the Ignite lube is the enhancement of sensation in the applied area. 

Because CBD particles absorb through the skin, they can immediately start increasing blood flow to the applied area. 

Just make sure you apply to the correct areas. You wouldn’t want to start thinking with your shoulder. 


$40 at Sava 

Who doesn’t love a good pun? 

This is an option for those looking to go the edible route. However this is definitely a pre-game workout if you catch my drift. Besides the fact that edibles can take some time to kick in, getting all hot and bothered while holding something so hot and scolding may be a bad idea. 

Which is to say, keep all piping hot tea mugs away from your naked flesh. 

Also, no judgment, but I can’t imagine there are many people out there who consider the act of drinking tea to be super sexy. Sounds like the lamest foreplay ever. What comes next? A Downton Abbey-themed roleplay session?

The product page claims, “Sensuali-Tea is our tea designed to boost libido and intensify orgasm. Studies have shown that moderate doses of THC can have an aphrodisiac effect, particularly for women (high THC can have the opposite effect).” 

There are indeed some studies in which women who consumed small amounts of THC before sex reported having an enhanced sexual experience

Intimacy suppositories

$20 at Foria

This is another product from Foria that’s specifically designed for women. 

Yes, they have a very, very, giggle-worthy name. And yes, they are exactly what you think they are. You can use them before or after sex. 

In addition to increasing pleasure, many customers seem to use this product for reducing pain. Some is for anal sex—yes, you can put these up your butt to help you do butt stuff. 

But there are also many customer reviews that praise the product for helping to ease the pain of vaginal intercourse for those with medical afflictions or abnormalities. 

These do take some pre-planning as you’ll need to take the suppository about 30 minutes before sex. Additionally, you cannot use latex condoms after taking the suppository.

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