Several studies already exist that show a connection between sex and cannabis. A new study, recently published in the Journal of Cannabis Research, shows evidence of the influence of cannabis on sexual functioning and satisfaction.

Participants reported heightened desire and sensory perception, as well as more intense orgasms.

The Study

The study, led by sexologist Amanda Moser of East Carolina University, used the sexual response cycle of Kaplan and Masters and Johnson (desire, excitement, orgasm, plateau, resolution), including satisfaction when completing the sexual response cycle.

The study, first reported Marijuana Moment, was completed by focusing on research literature on the potential benefits of cannabis and the ongoing lack of research on its sexual benefits.

Methods

Researchers, using the Qualtrics online survey tool, collected data from a range of adults over 18 who reported previous cannabis use. The survey included demographic questions followed by a scale to measure sexual functioning and satisfaction with cannabis consumption.

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