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Marijuana Oil Lubricates Better Sex

Readers of my BigBudsMag.com marijuana sex articles know you use marijuana oil or decarboxylated resin glands to get wickedly aphrodisiac sex stimulation, especially for women.

Several years ago, one of my BigBuds colleagues wrote a detailed article explaining how to insert decarboxylated resin glands into the vagina… to achieve heightened sexual arousal, drenching lubrication, and wild orgasms for the woman and her sex partner.

I myself published articles explaining how to make and use marijuana-infused oils on the clit, vulva, labia, and inside the vagina to increase sexual pleasure, orgasms, and arousal for women and their sex partners.

It looks like the makers of an expensive new product called “Foria,” described as a “therapeutic oil designed to enhance female pleasure,” read our marijuana sex articles and attempted to copy our ideas.

Frankly, their blatant attempts to cash in on our articles about using cannabis-infused oils to lubricate the vagina and give women an aphrodisiac high are quite pathetic… but they are making $$$ off of it.

The makers of Foria describe themselves as a “California marijuana collective,” and they’re not providing specific details about what’s in the very expensive product they’re intensely marketing.

They claim Foria is an “all natural liquid coconut oil and purified pharmaceutical-grade cannabis oil” that contains THC and other cannabinoids extracted from whole cannabis using solventless methods.

Originally available only in California for purchase by patients who qualify for California’s medical marijuana eligibility laws, Foria is now sold in Colorado, and the manufacturer plans to sell it in Washington also.

This Foria stuff isn’t cheap— a 10-milliliter bottle is $44 and a 30-milliliter bottle is $88.

The seller says Foria is to be administered as a “female genital spray,” and that there are “10 servings” in the smaller bottle and “30 servings” in the larger bottle.

The user is advised to spray Foria “directly onto the clitoris, labia, and inside the vagina,” and then to wait 30 minutes to an hour for effects to be noticeable.

What’s really puzzling and almost impossible to believe is that according to the manufacturer’s hype and media reports, the product increases sexual arousal, lubrication, and pleasure without producing psychoactive effects.

Even weirder is the seller’s assertion that users should eat a high-fat meal an hour before using Foria, because “fat in the blood” increases the sexual effects.

In my experience as a female marijuana grower and sex researcher who has created and experimented with marijuana sexual oils, I find the claims about Foria to be lacking in credibility and specificity.The company’s marketing claims about its product ingredients, ratios, and third-party clinical trials are vague and puzzling.

Not only that, you can make your own marijuana sexual oil using organically-grown or properly-flushed hydroponics marijuana along with coconut oil, sesame oil or other oils at a fraction of the Foria price, and with higher potency than what Foria is offering.

See my article here for a complete marijuana sexual oil recipe and instructions on how to use it.

Or look at this article for instructions on how to use solventless, decarboxylated resin gland concentrates to gain enhanced sexual pleasure for women and men.

Lately, I’ve been experimenting with pure honey oil and budder as inter-vaginal sexual enhancers, and have had hot success with them (although when my sex partner inserted nearly a gram of budder dab into my vagina, I got way too high).

The main problems I have with Foria are that it’s overpriced, overhyped, isn’t a sexual lubricant, and is advertised as something that doesn’t get you high.

There’s no way that an effective, enjoyable, marijuana aphrodisiac sex enhancer could work without getting you high.

In fact, Foria marketers contradict their claims of non-psychoactivity, and show a lack of knowledge about marijuana psychoactive effects, by claiming that Foria increases relaxation, sexual awareness, communication between sex partners, and orgasmic pleasure.

Guess what, Foria sellers… those are some of the psychoactive effects of marijuana!

I haven’t personally used Foria, but one of my female friends has used it, and she reports it did absolutely nothing for her (other than to decrease her bank account).

“The Foria bottle contains only a fraction of an ounce of liquid spray. Really small bottle. It didn’t lube me or make me hornier. It was a waste of money,” she told me. “I know what it feels like to get horny from weed, and Foria doesn’t do it for me.”

The bottom line is as marijuana legalization increases the profit motive and market size for cannabis products, entrepreneurs will increasingly swoop in to make money with products like Foria.

Those of us who’ve been growing and researching cannabis for years welcome true innovation in marijuana products, but we want manufacturers and sellers to provide us enough data so we know if their products work exactly as advertised.

And, it would be nice if the products were affordably priced, especially when we can make better versions of the same product ourselves, at home, with our own homegrown buds!

And as you see in the BigBuds articles linked herein, you definitely get enhanced sexual pleasure using marijuana aphrodisiacs you make yourself.

You don’t need Foria to get exciting, unique cannabis sex.

You just need kind marijuana buds and the easy-to-follow instructions in our articles!

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