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The Cannabis Effect For Intimate Relationship

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While experts have positively examined to link marijuana use to things like sexual dysfunction and high-risk behavior or looseness, there is furthermore sign to confirm that cannabis can not only enhance sexual pleasure and satisfaction, it may also boost the desire.

It's not difficult to discover historical and anecdotal evidence of cannabis being used not just to promote sex, but also to make it more enjoyable. Consumption of a modest amount of marijuana prior to sex may enhance libido in female, which in turn can deliver positive endorphins and develop vaginal lubrication.

The study

Almost 50 years ago, researchers took an intense curiosity about sex and moon rocks weed and other derived products. An early study noticed that cannabis started to increase sexual motivation. Another research endeavored to learn the noted effects of cannabis on sexual behavior and practices by surveying groups of cannabis users and nonusers. It was observed that over two-thirds of participants reported enhanced sexual pleasure and satisfaction when using cannabis, while about half stated that feeling enhanced sexual desire for a familiar sexual partner.

About half told the researchers handling the study that they observed cannabis as an aphrodisiac and felt enhanced senses of touch and taste, while about 20 percent of the cases said they used cannabis before sex regularly.

In fact, research conveyed in 2015 actually marked whether or not cannabis use reduced men's sperm count. By analyzing specimens from users and nonusers, the study discovered that men who smoked cannabis regularly had 29 percent lower sperm count than their counterparts who refused.

The clinical implications of the study showed that marijuana use is autonomously associated with enhanced sexual rhythm and does not appear to weaken sexual function. Daily users across all demographic organizations reported having 20% more sex than those who have never used cannabis.

The study aspect noticed that cannabis actually has a bidirectional influence on sexual functioning: at low doses, it may increase sexual arousal and enhance functioning, but at higher doses, not only will sex be less pleasant.

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