Ah, weed lube. Who wouldn’t be intrigued by the promise of better orgasms?
I’ve spent the last seven years developing the Lioness Smart Vibrator, which uses biofeedback technology, precision sensors, and data to track orgasms. Of that time, I’ve spent three of those years conducting different projects studying the effects of cannabis on sexual function. Naturally, those two passions intersected into exploring how all sorts of cannabis strains and products can affect pleasure, both with myself and with different people.
That’s why I’m excited to share with you today a review of one of my favorite cannabis lubricants, Quim’s Oh Yes Latex-safe Serum. I’ll share my orgasm data to show what made this different compared to everything else I’ve tried.
Vaginal discharge is a natural part of life but it can raise a lot of questions. What exactlyisvaginal discharge and what purpose does it serve? Is it the same as cervical mucus and arousal fluid? And is squirting really just pee? Let’s dive right in and explore the various types of vaginal fluids and their role in our reproductive health and sex lives.
As a society, we are putting in a lot more thought when it comes to what we put in our bodies. This thought and care has made its way into the sex industry, as it should — I care about what I put in/around my genitals, don’t you?
Organic lube, in general, prides itself on being free of hormones, synthetic chemicals, and gentle to our sensitive areas. With ingredients you can actually pronounce, it is likely your body (and sex life) will appreciate the switch.
However, organic lube is still a pretty niche market, and while people may have a general feeling of what it is, it’s always good to sort fact from fiction. In that light, here’s everything you need to know about organic lube!
You might have come across an article on the internet about cannabis-infused lubes and cbd lubes (including ourown review) and are wondering... is this for real? Will weed lube make me high? Where do I find it? What's the difference between weed and CBD lube? And is cannabis lube safe to use in vaginas, or anuses... or any orifice, for that matter?
Here's our comprehensive guide on weed lube — answering all your questions as well as sharing other things you may have not thought of before taking your trip down Pleasure Boulevard.
We have a pretty unique ability to test how well things work for sex. We can use the Lioness Smart Vibrator, biofeedback, and data to measure some of the potential effects of CBD lube and THC lube on arousal and orgasm.
We've done a lot of research on some of the differences between available lubes on the market so you don't have to try them all (it may be fun, but from personal experience, it takes a long time!).
Before you go out and buy something, there are a few important considerations you might not expect before getting your own CBD lube.
Lube gets a lot of unnecessary flack. Even though research has shown that 65.5 percent of women and 70 percent of men have used commercial lubricants, there are still many folks who have the attitude that if you are sexually lacking if you need to use additional lubrication.
Short of me saying those people are flat out wrong, here’s the thing — lubrication isn’t just for people who lack natural moisture. As Vice aptly states, “having high-quality lube is kind of like putting high-quality gas in your car: Everything runs a lot better.”
We’ll talk about FAQs, considerations, and even provide recommendations to help get you started.