According to a recent study conducted by the University of Almeria in Spain, the use of (marijuana sex enhancer) may improve sexual experiences and orgasms. The researchers surveyed 274 Spanish individuals aged between 18 and 30 and found that those who consumed cannabis before engaging in sexual activities reported more satisfying experiences than those who did not use cannabis or mixed it with alcohol.
This study is not the first of its kind, as in 2019, the Journal of Sexual Medicine published research stating that cannabis could enhance a woman’s orgasm. The two studies indicate that various factors such as stress, low libido, difficulty with arousal, pain during penetration, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder can impact orgasm attainment.
The University of Almeria researchers selected 89 male and 185 female volunteers who consumed cannabis, alcohol, or neither. People who used other drugs or had underlying conditions such as depression and diabetes were excluded from the study. The participants were surveyed about their age, sexual orientation, education level, cannabis and alcohol consumption, and sexual function.
Overall, both male and female participants who consumed cannabis regularly reported better sexual function than those who did not use weed at all. Specifically, cannabis users reported more arousal and better orgasms than non-users, but not more desire for sex.
However, the study has certain limitations as the sample size was small, and the results cannot be generalized for everyone. The authors of the study recommend interpreting the results cautiously.
Regardless, previous research indicates that cannabis can boost a person’s sex drive and emotional intimacy while reducing sex-related anxiety.