Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Cannabis and sex share a lot in common.
One company's cannabis-based lube and nationwide legal alternative may elevate your O's to a whole other level. As pot slowly becomes recreationally legal across the U. Example A: Whoopi Goldberg's line of pot-infused period products.
This post is part of our High-tech High serieswhich explores weed innovations, and our cultural relationship with cannabis, as legalization in several U. However, and this is the tricky part, it's been a while since they've smoked marijuana — if they ever smoked at all — and the weed landscape has changed radically over the last few decades. Thankfully, you, their loving child, are percent here for them.
A aron Horn first came across cannabidiol, or CBD, about three years ago in Glastonbury — the town, not the festival. His last name is Cannabis. He changed his name by deed poll to Free Cannabis. In Junehe had been shooting at a target with an air rifle in the garden of his family home; his parents are the music producers Jill Sinclair and Trevor Horn.
Should you toke up to keep the fire going in your relationship? Science says "yes," with moderation, of course. Indeed, research recently published in the journal Cannabis suggests that some amount of marijuana use by couples can lead to greater feelings of intimacy.
Photo via Wikimedia Commons. Besides running the company, he also is a devoted chemist, who is, right now, working with his team to develop water- and silicone-based cannabis lubricants. There's already Foria —the popular or at least popularly written about THC-infused oil marketed to enhance women's sexual health and pleasure.
The opening crawl for the film Reefer Madness reads "[Marijuana's] first effect is sudden violent, uncontrollable laughter, then come dangerous hallucinations — space expands — time slows down, almost stands still Fortunately, marijuana's reputation has come quite a ways since then. Its medicinal properties are widely recognized, 10 states as of this writing have legalized it, and its status as a comparatively healthy alternative to alcohol and tobacco is clear.
Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug — something with "no currently accepted medical use" — means it's pretty tough to study. Yet both a growing body of research and numerous anecdotal reports link cannabis with several health benefits, including pain relief and helping with certain forms of epilepsy. In addition, researchers say there are many other ways marijuana might affect health that they want to better understand. A massive new report released in January by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine helps sum up exactly what we know — and, perhaps more important, what we don't know — about the science of weed.
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