Cannabis Lube: Marijuana Moves To The Bedroom
Not surprisingly, cannabis lube is a hot item – one might wonder what exactly took them so long to combine Mary Jane and sex? It’s something many men and women have tried, with many others thinking about it in their free time (and possibly giggling). But what is this lube about? And, most importantly, does it work? The answer is yes, but cannabis lube is more for the enjoyment of the penetrated, not the penetrator.
First things first – don’t use cannabis lube if you’re using condoms for birth control or protection against STDs. Because it’s oil-based, it can leave condoms weaker and up the odds that one will break.
Another thing to keep in mind is that you won’t get high because it doesn’t enter your bloodstream. This doesn’t mean you won’t feel anything – you may feel a warm, tingly, or relaxing sensation. And your level of sensitivity will increase, which is exactly what you want.
Interestingly, the timeframe from application to liftoff is similar to eating an edible: it takes about an hour for the effects to take hold. You can use the oil for other things (like massage) while you wait or you can take the extra time to catch up on the most recent episodes of Ozark.