A first-of-its-kind study published last month suggests that women who use cannabis on a regular basis experience higher rates of sexual satisfaction.
A study published last month in the journal Sexual Medicine suggests that women who use cannabis on a regular basis have better orgasms, higher arousal, and more sexual satisfaction overall. The study is the first-of-its-kind to use a validated questionnaire to asses the association between female sexual function and aspects of cannabis use.
The study included 452 women aged 30 to 49, of which 72.8 percent used cannabis more than six times per week. Most of the women (81.6 percent) were in a relationship and 46.7 percent of the participants usually consumed cannabis by smoking flower.
The researchers used the validated Female Sexual Function Index and women who reported more cannabis use reported higher FSFI scores. Moreover, women who increased their use by just one use per week reported an increase in total FSFI, including in the desire, arousal, orgasm, and satisfaction domains.
Read the full article by TG Branfalt at Ganjapreneur.
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