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High Sex: 7 Things You Should Keep In Mind

By Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toast on

Published in Cannabis Daily

You don’t want to be too high, so be cautious and smoke or consume your edible slowly, making the process of getting high as gradual as possible. Remember, cannabis is suppose to support sex, not be the star of the evening.

Use lube

Lube is always a good idea, especially if you’re trying out something new that could make you feel a little nervous. Another thing you should be wary of is the fact that THC tends to dry up your mouth and slow your body’s production of liquids, something that doesn’t really translate to pleasurable sex. Keep your lube nearby and stay hydrated.

Don’t experiment the night of

If you’ve been thinking about trying out a new edible or experimenting with a new consumption method, avoid this during sex. While it could result in some fun, especially if you have a good grasp of your body on weed, it’ll likely be a little distracting. Sex and weed is a combination that works, there’s no need to add more to the equation to make it special.

Play with new sensations

 

Test out new toys or sensations, taking advantage of your body’s newly acquired sensitivities. Again, it’s important to take it slow in order to avoid getting overwhelmed, steering clear of scenarios that are too intense. Go crazy with an ice cube, some lube or whatever else that sounds like a good time.

Don’t overdo it

There’s a fine line between a good time and a paranoid high. You don’t want to introduce the latter in your romantic evening, so be extra mindful of how much weed you’re consuming. And while passing out thanks to a high is great, it’s best to leave it for other opportunities aside from sex.

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