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7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

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7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

Studies show that people who smoke pot are great people to be in a relationship with. Pot smoking couples, this article is for you.

Relationships are many things. Learning experiences, productive, and just plain enjoyable. Studies show that people who smoke pot are great people to be in a relationship with. If you and your partner are already accustomed to cannabis, or even if both of you are just getting into it, this article is for you.

1. Cook together

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

Cooking is a fun activity to do with your significant other. You get to work together to create something delicious and work on improving a vital life skill together! When you both love marijuana, you can experiment with infusing your favorite recipes with THC. If you’re craving something sweet, you can take a crack at some kief cookies!

2. Take a trip

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

At a certain stage in a relationship, traveling together is a fantastic way to shake up your old routine. From the planning process to departure, taking a trip with your partner is almost always a sure-fire way of strengthening your relationship. Why not invite Mary Jane along for the ride? Cannabis tourism is taking off in a major way and paving the road for some seriously cool vacations. You don’t even have to leave the country! Pack your bags and head over to Colorado to stay in a cannabis-friendly hotel. Or, you know, take a flight to either Amsterdam or Copenhagen. Come on, it’s Europe.

3. Exercise together

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

We all know that couple who works out together. They’re always posting pictures of the charity runs they complete, their couple’s aerial fitness classes, and their matching workout gear. We know that you make fun of them. We also know that you secretly want to be them. With the help of cannabis, you can make your relationship stronger. Literally. Studies show that consuming pot before a workout leads to better results. Also, exercise releases endorphins and endocannabinoids. Share that with your partner! You can even take a cannabis yoga class together.

4. Experiment with smoke methods

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

What’s better than smoking with your sweetheart? Working together to discover new, innovative ways to smoke! Now that we’re in the 21st Century and the acceptance of marijuana use is becoming more widespread, there are tons of new ways to enjoy weed. Add some friendly competition to your relationship and make a game of finding the best way to consume your kush.

5. Improve your cuddle game

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

We all know that cuddling floods your body with the feel-good hormone oxytocin. But did you know that marijuana can make cuddling even better? Indica strains are known for producing a “body high” that makes you more sensitive. Heightened sensitivity + cuddling = more oxytocin. ‘Nuff said.

6. Have better sex

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

Speaking of heightened sensitivity, weed can also do wonders for your sex life. It not only increases arousal, it makes orgasms stronger and longer lasting! Sexual intimacy within a relationship is so important. It strengthens your bond of trust with your partner, it’s healthy, and it’s fun. Throw some cannabis in the mix, and your relationship will likely benefit.

7. Activism!

7 Ways to Incorporate Weed in your Relationship

Fighting together towards a common cause is a great thing to do for the betterment of the world. It’s also totally sexy and great for relationships. When you and your partner share common beliefs, it’s easier to stand up for what you think is right. So get up and go! Make a calendar of rallies and community meetings. Stock up on poster board and glitter paint. Turn local elections into date nights. Our parents’ generation was politically active and they had the Sexual Revolution. Just Sayin’.

Chloe Harper Gold

Chloé Harper Gold is a writer in New York City. In addition to cannabis, she is passionate about horror, science fiction, and feminism. You can find more of her writing on Horror Film Central, Feministing, and Twitter.

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