Recreational drugs for your lady parts? Is that really a thing? One Californian company certainly thinks so. Recently, the Aphrodite Group created a stir in the online alternative community by creating a line of products under the name of “Foria.” So what do those products do? Why, they get your vagina stoned, of course. Check […]

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(Photo: Getty) First, we told you about that very enlightening study that compared high sex versus drunk sex. And in case you didn’t hear about that study, marijuana seems to be the winner, because drunk sex is just sloppier and riskier than stoned sex. That said, prepare yourselves, people. We’re about to tell you about sex when […]

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If you’ve ever been to a restaurant on Valentine’s Day, you know what a headache it can be. Reservations made weeks (sometimes months) in advance, slow service, crowded parking lots – it’s a chore. It’s no surprise that some couples opt to stay home and cook for each other rather than battling the legions of […]

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If you haven’t already heard, everyone’s new favorite aphrodisiac is one that’s actually been around for a long time: weed. Seriously, experts are making a (very convincing) case for bringing cannabis into the bedroom. That’s why we’re especially glad to see that the marijuana industry has already made intimacy a priority with lube, tinctures, and […]

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The connection between marijuana and great sex may seem relatively trendy, but as Joe Dolce writes in his new book Brave New Weed: Adventures Into the Uncharted World of Cannabis, cannabis has actually been praised for its aphrodisiac properties for at least three thousand years, ever since it entered India and was applied to Tantra. […]

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Spread love 💚💜 #RollOCB #OMMP A photo posted by Courtney Smokes 😙💨 (@shesmokesjoints) on Jan 25, 2017 at 5:31pm PST It’s true. Cannabis strain names have the most fascinating origin stories. Whether you want to smoke it, dab it, vape it, infuse it, lube it, massage it, eat it or juice it, there’s a long […]

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No matter how you feel about it, cannabis is a fast-growing facet of the wellness industry. Sixty percent of Americans support legalized marijuana—and for good reason. Cannabis has been shown to help with anxiety, chronic pain, blood sugar regulation, seizures, inflammation and so much more. But cannabis may also help in an oft unaddressed area of […]

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