Women, Sex & Cannabis

Sex sells.  For centuries, great ideas and pure evil have made money from sex.  Today, the trend continues with industries and businesses that are involved with selling any sexual products, sexual ideas, and sexual activities.  According to Adam & Eve’s 2017 non-scientific research, Americans spend $15 million on sex toys, and married women are the most significant purchasers.  The Stratistics MRC 2017 report indicates that globally, the sexual wellness market is growing and will continue to grow.  People around the world in 2017 spent $39.42 billion, and an expected $122.96 billion will be spent by 2026.  With profits that are expected to explode and women who want to experience sexual pleasure, the business environment is ready for the cannabis plant.

Sex & The Cannabis Plant

Cannabis has been recorded as a sexual stimulus for centuries, and recently, researchers have started to build confirmation that this has been believed and recorded for centuries.  Becky Lynn, MD director of the Center for Sexual Health and associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Saint Louis University, decided to ask women about their sex lives and the cannabis plant. Her 2017 study was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine indicates that cannabis could foster sexual activity.

Women who used marijuana before sex were twice as likely as those who did not to say they had ‘satisfactory’ orgasms.

–The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2017

Other studies include two from St. Louis University in Missouri that surveyed adult women with both projects indicating that women experienced “more pleasurable” sex.  Let’s keep track of the biggest project that is on-going being directed by Stanford researchers that include extracted information about sex and marijuana, National Survey of Family Growth.

What’s new about this study is that marijuana is framed as being useful for sex,

–Joseph Palamar, health researcher at NYU Langone Medical Center, NY.

Although the research projects are not perfect, and the limitations have been recorded, it creates an open dialog and questions to enhance the next researcher’s project. Research that will hopefully bring an end to politicians using the negatives about a weed for political aspirations and start to eliminate a lot of women’s ignorance on the subject.

What will create sexual awareness and facts?

American politicians.

Now that the United States has legalized hemp, and states have been moving forward with legalizing medical and recreational marijuana along with the development of CBD products that are creating millions of dollars in sales, researchers may be allowed to create new information.  However, for many researchers to move forward, the FDA needs to approve and set labeling for CBD products, federal politicians have to decimalize the cannabis plant and state politicians, like the ones in Texas, need to vote ‘yes’ on Bill 1325 to give farmers who are anxiously waiting to start growing hemp.

Cannabis Products for Sex

To find cannabis products for sexual needs is easy.  Google “cannabis products for sex,” and the results will be approximately 38+ million.  The number of products available from all over the world is overwhelming, which leads me to repeatedly comment, “buyers beware,” when researching, evaluating, and purchasing products.  While there is no shortage of advice givers, product promoters, and users’ stories of “good sex made better,” consider finding the best-tested products.  Need more information about testing?  Review a cannabis testing website that will enhance your knowledge: Trichome Institute

Things to think about:

  • How do CBD and THC apply to sexual experiences?
  • Everyone is unique.  Therefore, products could be processed by an individual’s body differently.
  • Cannabis Terpenes—Terpenes oils are what you can smell, and there are a variety of flavors; it’s estimated that there are over 100 different types.  It’s also believed that the terpenes varieties play a role in the effects.
  • Indica and Sativa—subspecies of cannabis

What are the cannabis varieties believed to affect sexual pleasures? No one knows for sure, but these are some suggestions from various resources:

  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Green Goddess
  • Krumpl
  • One to One
  • Yumboldt
  • Strains that are high in pinene and limonene may make for wild sex

What products?

There are a lot of products to review and try! Research, read and ask questions before buying any product.

Enjoy your sexual experiences with the use of the cannabis plant!



Dr. Jacqueline B. Lang
Dr. Jacqueline B. Lang
Dr. Jacqueline Lang MBA, MPA, MSED has 25+ years of leadership experience in various industries within Fortune 50, 500, 1000, and private organizations across the U.S. Along with exp. as a BUSN Professor, U.S. Congressional Campaign Manager, and proudly served in the U.S. Army Reserves. She is also a Partner & Board Member, Kiowa Cannabis and President/Founder,, a non-profit to empower women. An International Syndicated Columnist and Researcher of Women's Issues in multiple books and magazines as well as an Author, Amazon - COVID-19 A Mother's Journal along with other books. During her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her two children.

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