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  • By Carly Banner
  • 2020-01-30 | Jan 30, 2020
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How to Take Stoned Sex to the Next Level this Valentine’s Day Why settle for that amateur shit?

People have probably been combining cannabis and sex since the dawn of cannabis consumption. When you find two things that make you feel awesome, it’s a no brainer to put them together. So it goes without saying that a ton of people are probably going to include cannabis in their Valentine’s Day activities, whether it’s a focal point or an afterthought. But don’t you want to do it (heh) better than all of them? Sure, you could just pull a crumpled joint out of your pocket in the middle of making out and sheepishly offer it to your partner, but why settle for that amateur shit? Why not make a whole night of it, and arrange the romantic, sensual encounter of you and your partner’s (or recent Tinder match’s) dreams? If that sounds like a daunting task, never fear. We planned the perfect Valentine’s day canna-coitus for you so you don’t have to.



First Things First, Prepare Ahead of Time


If this is you or your partner’s first foray into stoned sex, don’t spring the idea on them the day of. Make sure to have an honest, sober conversation about whether you two (or three or four or five) are comfortable with the idea of high sex, and discuss any concerns you might have as well as any limits or boundaries you might want to establish. Being intoxicated can complicate consent, so it’s important to make sure that everyone’s fully on board and excited about the idea of high sex before anyone smokes. And once things start to get smokey and steamy, it’s good to verbally check in again and make sure your partner is still enthusiastically on the same page as you.



Pick the Right Method of Consumption


In general, edibles probably aren’t the best choice for a trip to pound town. They’re unpredictable both in terms of how strongly they’ll affect you and when they’ll kick in. You and your partner could eat the same edible at the same time and the high could still develop at completely different speeds, which would be no fun when the point of the exercise is for the two of you to be in sync in every way.

But if you’re all about that edible life, see if you can get your hands on some High Love. This cannabis-infused chocolate is designed to be fast acting and it’s portioned into low doses of THC, plus it’s packed full of lots of other natural aphrodisiacs to get you in the mood. Unfortunately it’s only sold in Colorado, so if you get a chance to try it please report back. Smoking flower is a good pre (and during!) sex option because it’s easy to control your dosage and you’ll feel the effects soon after each hit. There are lots of strains that are supposed to be especially good for setting the mood. In fact, Sexxpot was specifically designed as a pre-sex smoke aimed at enhancing women’s pleasure, and if you’re in the San Francisco area you should definitely give it a try. If Sexxpot isn’t for you, we recommend G-Force for Indica fans, Jahwaiian for those who prefer Sativa, and Silver Calyx if you want to walk the middle road with a hybrid.
Dabs are a good choice for more seasoned smokers. You’ll feel the effects immediately, and since concentrate is more potent than flower you can spend less time smoking and get to the good stuff sooner. However dabs probably aren’t the best aphrodisiac if you don’t already use them regularly, because it’s easy to overindulge and get to a point where you don’t even want to move, much less engage in mind-blowing sex. Topical cannabis-infused products have less of a psychoactive effect and more of a physical one, so they can be used alone or in combination with other methods of consumption. There are plenty of weed lubes out there, but the most well known and well-reviewed one is Foria’s Pleasure spray. Based on countless testimonials, it seems the hype is real and applying Foria Pleasure before foreplay usually leads to better sex and more intense orgasms. Like many other cannabis-infused oils, Foria is not compatible with latex condoms, so make sure you’re staying safe during your sexy adventures. And if no one involved in your Valentine’s Day sex has a vagina, never fear! Foria also offers Explore, a rectal suppository that by all accounts works wonders in the back door. Explore is designed to be latex safe, but because the FDA won’t evaluate products that contain cannabis, there’s no official stamp of approval for condom compatibility. If you don’t have access to THC infused products, CBD lube is also fun and effective. While the experience might not be as intense as it would be with THC, you can have our personal assurance that Cheekywell’s O Female Lubricant Enhanced with CBD is awesome and well worth the price of a bottle.

Set The Mood


So, you’ve decided to have magical cannabis enhanced Valentine’s Day sex, and you’ve picked your method of consumption. But you’re not done yet! As you know, cannabis improves all sense-based experiences. Assuming you’ve got touch, taste, and sight pretty well covered with events to come, let’s give your other senses something to work with!

Kushed Candles is a company that makes candles infused with cannabis essential oil as well as other indulgent scents. Mixing the scent of cannabis with other yummy flavors will add to the green theme of your love session. Any one of their candles would be a perfect accompaniment to your evening, but WhiteWhitch and CaliforniaDream sound especially appropriate. When it comes to music everyone has their own preferences, and obviously you know better than anyone what makes you feel sexy. But if you’re looking for somewhere to start, Spotify’s Silk Sheets playlist is an eclectic, trancey take on what could be called standard sex music; soft, sultry R&B with lyrics about sex and love. If you’re more into the folk/indie vibe, Spotify’s Swagger playlist has plenty of juicy guitar riffs, deep gritty vocals, and swinging melodies punctuated by bass and clapping that will make you feel like you’re having an illicit fair with a moonshiner deep in the Southern wilderness. Spotify’s Throwback Jams playlist is also a good option if you’re looking for a high energy encounter mixed with nostalgia for the first songs that ever made you drop it low. When in doubt, playing “Partition” by Beyonce on repeat is never a bad call.

During


Look we would never presume to tell you how to do the do. Our only advice is to check in often with your partner and focus on staying connected to them visually and emotionally, as cannabis can sometimes make you withdraw into your own mind. Also, keep some toys on hand in case you find yourself in a playful or adventurous mood. For example Ganja Vibes’ Mary Jane Vibrator is shaped like a cannabis leaf to fit the vibe of your night, and it comes with a multi-speed controller.

After


You’ve done it! You’ve had amazing, transcendental, otherworldly stoned sex. Now it’s time to cuddle, rehydrate, and go for round two. Or maybe you just want to order a big ass pizza because you two have intense munchies. Either choice is totally valid. But for the rest of the night you should have some fun, indulgent, self-care activities at the ready. Be prepared with soft robes, foot soaks, face masks, bath bombs, body butter, massage oils, the whole shebang. Just because you stopped having sex doesn’t mean you have to stop reveling in luscious physical sensations, especially if you’re still high. If you’re in the mood to cuddle up and watch a movie, Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin are both dumb stoner comedies that have surprisingly sweet and heartfelt romances at their core. Either one would be the perfect way to cap off your successful night full of herb and orgasms.

Did we miss a strain or product that’s perfect for enhancing physical intimacy? Do you have anything epic planned for Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments below!

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