Cannabis use is likely to improve your sex life, according to the new data report Let’s Toke About Sex compiled by cannabis marketplace Eaze and Lioness, a “smart vibrator” manufacturer whose flagship product boasts climax-tracking sensors.
According to the report, people in all age demographics — whether they were a regular consumer or not, and single or married — resoundingly agreed that cannabis improves sexual experiences, both solo and with a partner.
“Simply put, cannabis makes sex lives better. As an increasing number of Americans are turning to cannabis to enhance their lives, it only makes sense that it would extend into the bedroom.” — Peter Gigante, Eaze’s head of research, in a press release
According to the report, 85 percent of respondents reported being more satisfied with their orgasms during solo sessions and 79 percent during partner sessions. Additionally, 84 percent reported that cannabis improved their experience with sex toys during solo sessions, while 79 percent agreed likewise, but for partner sessions. Notably, THC-rich edibles and vaporizers were found to be the most effective at increasing one’s number of orgasms, followed by CBD edibles and vapes.
Cannabis was also found to have a resounding effect on the length of sexual activity during both solo (64 percent) and partner (73 percent) sessions.
Lastly, in a direct comparison to alcohol, respondents overwhelmingly described cannabis as more of a factor in intense orgasms (66 percent vs just 2 percent), longer sessions (57 percent vs 6 percent), feeling a connection with their partner (56 percent vs 3 percent), more satisfying foreplay (55 percent vs 3 percent), and increased orgasms (52 percent vs 2 percent).
“The fact of the matter is, cannabis is helping people have healthier and happier sex lives,” Liz Klinger, co-founder and CEO at Lioness, said in a statement. “We hope that this report will help break down outdated taboos around pleasure and are thrilled to partner with Eaze to uncover new insights about the positive effects cannabis can have on sexual exploration.”
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