“Your shoots are an orchard of pomegranates with all choicest fruits, henna with nard, nard and saffron, calamus and cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense, myrrh and aloes, with all choice spices— a garden fountain, a well of living water, and flowing streams from Lebanon. Awake, O north wind, and come, O south wind! Blow upon my garden, let its spices flow. Let my beloved come to his garden and eat its choicest fruits.” – Song of Solomon 4:13-16
The terpenes in cannabis are fruitful delights in the bedroom like the terpenes found in other natural herbs, such as saffron and cinnamon, frankincense and myrrh. Cannabis has been documented in ancient texts, some over 2-thousand years old, and it is no surprise that it also enhances relationships – biblically.
There is recent research from this century on variable ratios of CBD/THC examined for a patent on a pharmaceutical for sexual enhancement. It claims, “…compounds that dilate blood vessels, such as compounds that increase the amount of nitric oxide (NO) in the blood. The component that enhances sexual sensitivity and pleasure includes one or more cannabinoid compounds from the plant genus Cannabis.”
The claim for the research was to treat erectile dysfunction in humans with an oral administration method. A benefit of natural cannabinoids is that there are no side effects. Whereas common treatments with sildenafil, tadalafil, and vardenafil have side effects including severe headaches, flushing and stomach pain.
There’s more. All the baggage created from sexual dysfunction, from self-esteem, resentment, anger, and even divorce is claimed to be treated by the copasetic influence of cannabis. CB1 and CB2 receptors synchronize with the cannabinoids to create homeostasis. This creates relaxation and helps to minimize the grief of heavy baggage, so that the couple may also be less inhibited.
Uninhibited identities have more pleasurable bedroom experiences.
This article refers to US Patent 10,064,905 for Method of improving sexual response and sensitivity. One cannabinoid compound is introduced for enhancing pleasure and another for enhancing sexual response. Both males and females need increased blood flow in genitalia for ultimate pleasure. The pleasure-enhancing component is THC.
The concerning aspect is that the research introduces synthetic (man-made) cannabinoid substances. K-2 Spice is made with synthetic cannabinoids. “Synthetic cannabinoids act on the same brain cell receptors as THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the mind-altering ingredient in marijuana,” according to The National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Natural is always a better choice.
THCA is present in the raw form of the natural cannabis flower and leaves and the fresher the better. THCA is also referred to as Delta 9 THC. CBD Girl Next Door reviews the certificate of analysis, COA, for CBD products. Concerning Full Spectrum CBD Oil, when THCA is listed as ‘ND,’ that means not detected and that the plant was picked too early or too late or that it was processed with high heat.
THCA in combination with CBD, CBC, THC, and CBN are known for a wide realm of benefits, and now there is research revealing their ‘bedroom benefits.’ However, high levels of THCA, such as what is in marijuana, not industrialized hemp, may have long-term negative effects concerning erectile dysfunction. Marijuana has a host of side effects unlike industrialized hemp.
Oral administration is advised because heat combustion when smoking significantly lowers cannabinoid levels. It is a waste of breath and money.
To be safe and sexy, Full Spectrum CBD Oil may be the answer. As US Patent 10,064,905 posits, “They [THC/CBD] may simply provide the fun and novelty of longer-lasting and/or quicker threshold erections.”
CBD Girl Next Door will be posting reviews soon and each will have a chart that reveals cannabinoid levels, so the consumer may shop wisely.
“Honey, are you going to take Full Spectrum CBD Oil before we go to bed tonight or can I just wear my sweat pants again?”
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NIDA. “Synthetic Cannabinoids (K2/Spice).” National Institute on Drug Abuse, 5 Feb. 2018, https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/synthetic-cannabinoids-k2spice. Accessed 7 Jan. 2019.
Wu, Brian. “Does marijuana cause erectile dysfunction?” Medical News Today, 9 Aug 2018, Reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT