Women and weed go hand-in-hand. Now more than ever, we are seeing more women taking leadership positions in the cannabis industry, talking about Mary Jane’s myriad health benefits, and most importantly, owning their marijuana use and debunking gender-based stereotypes surrounding cannabis culture. One of the many ways that women are rocking the ganja business is by educating other women about female-centric benefits of herb. One of these benefits is getting your vagina high. Yes, we’re serious. Here’s what we’re talking about.
If you have a uterus, you’ve probably experienced pelvic pain ranging from mild to extreme. While over-the-counter medications like Midol are widely available, some people prefer more natural remedies. For centuries, women have used marijuana to ease their menstrual cramps. Reportedly, Queen Victoria was a fan. Even today, many women include cannabis in their cramp soothing routine.
Foria– a California-based company– has capitalized on this. To combat the pain and discomfort caused by PMS, they produce and sell cannabis-infused vaginal suppositories. Containing 60mg of THC and 10mg of CBD, Foria Relief promises to deliver the pain-stopping effects of cannabis directly to your pelvic region. In other words, you can buy a tiny capsule that will get your vagina high. A high vagina is a happy vagina. Which leads to our next point.
You know how weed is an aphrodisiac? Well, you can also apply it directly to your genitals for an even better time. Before Foria entered the pain management market, they were known for creating a marijuana-based lubricant specifically for women. Packaged in a spray bottle, you can easily apply it to your clitoris and inner labia. According to sex expert Dr. Jennifer Berman, the lubricant will “enhance clitoral blood flow, vaginal blood flow, arousal, and pleasure.”
In addition to Foria Pleasure, you can also give Bliss a whirl. According to the company’s website, “Bliss is an all-natural lubricant designed to enhance, deepen, and revive female sexual pleasure.” You can even try making your own canna-lube at home!
If you’re not into topical THC, you do have a smokeable option for a nice vagina high. Stoner and sex enthusiast Karyn Wagner created Sexxpot with women’s orgasms in mind. This strain contains the perfect concentration of THC for dope sex: 14%. A little goes a long way.
The root of it all
When it comes down to it, you know your body better than anyone else does. Claiming and reclaiming total ownership of your body, your sexuality, and yourself is one of the most empowering things you can do. Experimenting with yourself and learning about your own anatomy is fun and exciting! If marijuana helps you do that, great! If getting your vagina high isn’t your jam, that’s also cool. It’s your body. It’s your choice.