I’m all about unleashing the freak in me (and others if given the opportunity). So when I heard about a topical spray infused with cannabis oil that was meant to enhance orgasms I was, well, titillated.
I’ve already been using cannabis to enhance sex since…I’ve been smoking cannabis. Most marijuana smokers know that being high on cannabis exponentially heightens touch, feel and reciprocation when doing the wild thang. Orgasms are stronger and tend to last longer, fingers linger on the skin, creativity booms and inhibitions shatter.
Cannabis goes so well together with sex I’m surprised they don’t have an entire porn niche dedicated to it. Oh wait, they do. Nevermind.
Anyways, I feel keen to try this new cannabis-infused spray, FORIA, for as their website states:
Foria is a therapeutic oil designed to enhance female pleasure and is made with all natural liquid coconut oil (MCT) and purified pharmaceutical-grade cannabis oil…
If your partner’s mouth is coming into contact with Foria through oral sex the potential for absorption of the THC oil will be much higher.
Sounds like something that could be lapped up like a wild cat if applied correctly.
Currently Foria is only available to residents of California (sorry Colorado and Washington)and like all things cannabis related one must have a valid Prop 215 Recommendation to access it (at least until January 1st, 2018). And while it can be used by both sexes, it’s primarily used to enhance female sexual pleasure.
Also, Foria doesn’t necessarily get you high-high, in that same way you would get high if you just pulled some bong rips. It’s honestly just a powerful sex lubricant with some weed thrown in. So if you truly want to experience an orgasm on weed—smoke, vaporize or ingest some, and then take Foria for added stimulation. I’m sure your clitoris will thank you.
My name is Petey Wheatstraw, also known as Charles Stevens. I’m an avid marijuana smoker, writer, devoted father and non-profit minion– not necessarily in that order. A Chicago native I’ve lived off and on in the Bay Area since 1996. Seven years ago I finally settled here to capture the changing face of our communities.