Can the first ever cannabis lube containing medical Marijuana get your vagina high?
We’ve been mixing weed with other products for centuries: cannabis can be found in paper, your fifth grade camp necklace, and “special” brownies.
Now, thanks to the efforts of a team of social entrepreneurs, weed is about to be in your lube. Today, founder Mathew Gerson is introducing a pleasure enhancement product that is as timeless as it is innovative — FORIA personal lubricant, specifically designed for women, reports The Nerve.
Women who like marijuana, that is.
That’s because the active compound in the oil is THC and other cannabinoids. The cannabis-based medical marijuana is blended with MCT oil or liquid coconut oil for a product that is viscus, slippery, toy-safe, and completely vagina-safe (if you were wondering: coconut oil can help fight off yeast infections).Gerson, a life-long fan of using coconut oil as personal lube, says the product works specifically for women because of the very sensitive and absorbent membrane of the vagina and entire vulva — inner and outer labia and clitoris included.
Women in preliminary testing of FORIA experienced different results depending on a number of factors, including if they had recently had a meal, their mood, their energy level, and where they were in their menstrual cycle.
But in broad strokes, Gerson claims that some of the attributes women have been reporting en masse are heightened sensation, warmth, tingling, or a sense of swelling or engorgement after using the weed-infused lube.
Other women were turned on and hyper aware of the tightness of their genitals, which lead to a greater sexual pleasure.According to Cosmo, the (bong water-based?) lube “contains medical marijuana that is blended with MCT or coconut oil,” while Nerve.com says that the response to the product will vary from woman to woman, likely depending on what her typical response to marijuana is in general, says The Frisky. But creator Mathew Gerson explains the sensations thusly:
“Women report a sense of embodiment, a sense of dropping into a more full relationship to sexual sensations, and sensations around the body. As you can imagine, as that builds up to orgasm, if orgasm is a part of your experience, then that can lead to intensification and a more full body experience.”
I’ve orgasmed while high before and it can be extra awesome, just because you’re more “aware” of the minute physical sensations throughout the body, so I’m way into what Gerson is selling.
Speaking of selling it, FORIA will be priced at $88 per bottle, which is obviously expensive for lube, but contains 30 “servings,” which is a decent deal for weed I suppose. So, Mathew Gerson, if you’re reading this, I am very, very interested in testing this product and reviewing it for The Frisky’s pervy, pot-loving readers.