When it comes to cannabis and sex, science is only now catching up with what has long been shared anecdotally: that getting it on can be more fun when you’re high. But while smoking pot is best known for how it affects your head, cannabis-derived THC applied topically to the vagina is said to produce a vasodilating (and non-psychoactive) effect which increases lubrication and enhances sensation during stimulation.
The availability of a new crop of cannabis-infused intimacy oils is intriguing news for women over 50, whose sexual experience can be diminished by the hormonal changes that accompany menopause. But just how available these products actually are depends, at least for now, on the marijuana laws of the state one happens to be in.
Long before the great medicinal/recreational divide was created, cannabis was commonly employed as medicine by women in