Marijuana Sex Secret Viagra

Discover The Marijuana Sex Secret Viagra Makers Don’t Want You to Know

Here’s some very sexciting news: marijuana is natural Viagra, especially for women!

This hot news is even more timely now that Big Pharma is pushing a “Viagra pill” for women called Addyi.

The pill contains a chemical called filbanserin, and it’s false advertising to call it “Viagra for women.”

Because what Addyi really is is an anti-depressant that affects women’s brains (unlike Viagra, which enhances male sexual performance by increasing blood flow to the penis).

Another problem: Filbanserin has many negative side-effects.

For example, it can be habit forming. And it causes severely low blood pressure and unconsciousness if combined with alcohol or birth control.

Even taken without alcohol, Addyi causes dizziness, sleepiness, low energy, and nausea.

Not only that, the manufacturer admits that filbanserin only mildly enhances sexual desire (not sexual performance or orgasms), in a small percentage of women who take it.

That’s why it’s taken so long for the FDA to approve the drug.

MARIJUANA: THE SAFE, NATURAL APHRODISIAC!

When you want a safe, natural aphrodisiac that works for women and men, use marijuana.

In this article we’re giving you a marijuana sex secret that’s way safer and more effective than Addyi or Viagra.

This marijuana sex technique creates much more sexual pleasure for women and their sex partners, but doesn’t involve vaping, smoking, or eating marijuana.

This technique gives you an easy, direct way to infuse aphrodisiac marijuana into a woman’s body.

It’s guaranteed to massively boost sexual pleasure, and yeah, it’s way safer than pharmaceuticals…

I discovered this marijuana sex secret in a massive outdoor marijuana plantation in Northern California, surrounded by towering cannabis plants ripe with phat, gooey marijuana flowers glistening in the sun, their resin glands filled with THC.

It was a hippie-managed marijuana plantation, with free-spirited young women on the marijuana gardening crew.

The female workers said they used cannabis to produce intense multi-orgasmic peaks.

“It’s not like eating a pot brownie, taking a bong hit, using marijuana tincture, or any other marijuana use,” another young woman explained. “It’s a rad body high that’s a guaranteed aphrodisiac. Starts in your crotch, warms your whole body, makes you want to have sex all day and night, and lulls you to sleep hours later. Your orgasms are timeless, constant, out of this world.”

She advised people to only insert pure decarboxylated bubblehash or other resins-only marijuana materials that are totally clean, no pesticides, molds, mildews, butane, alcohol, or other contaminants.

The method is simple: Start with a small amount of hashish, cannabis honey oil, dabs, rosin, or other potent THC extracts…maybe a gram or two.

If the product is raw bubblehash, kief, or other un-carboxylated cannabis material, heat it in an oven at 160 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes.

This is done to decarboxylate your cannabis material so it has intoxicating effects.

Let it cool down so it’s warm but not scalding, and then insert into the vagina and/or anus.

Wait at least 30 minutes to see the effects.

In most cases, the female will experience a body-centered, sexual high that’s unlike any other high cannabis provides.

I called a female scientific researcher and marijuana expert to ask about ingesting marijuana concentrates inter-vaginally as an aphrodisiac.

She confirmed that decarboxylated resin glands and extracted cannabis concentrates transfer THC and other cannabinoids into the bloodstream via the vagina, the mouth (sublingual), and the anus.

She also confirmed that vaginal, sublingual and anal THC insertion effects differ from those produced by any other method of ingesting THC.

And as an added bonus, she explained, preliminary medical research indicates that cannabis extracts administered through the vagina and anus have anti-bacterial and positive hormonal effects!

And people wonder why I grow and love marijuana!

How ironic that pharmaceutical companies spend tens of millions trying to create “female Viagra” using testosterone, estrogen, flibanserin and synthetic chemical compounds. when there’s a safer, more effective herbal aphrodisiac available.

Now you can make or procure hashish, bubblehash, rosin, and other marijuana concentrates, lovingly apply the marijuana concentrates to a woman’s body, and enjoy nature’s very own ultimate, safe, healthful aphrodisiac.

OK, you’ve just been handed the world’s hottest marijuana aphrodisiac sex recipe…let the marijuanagasms flow!

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