Cannabis Enhancement

Cannabis is incorporated into products associated with sexual health

Implications - The use of cannabis in physical and mental health has evolved into specific functions like the enhancement of sexual pleasure, and sexual health as a whole – particularly for women. This shift targets consumers who prefer combining natural remedies with scientifically-backed functions.
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Marijuana Menstrual Products - Whoopi Goldberg is Launching a Marijuana Company for Period Cramps
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Warm 1,230 Clicks Pub: Mar 31, 16
Marijuana Menstrual Products
Whoopi Goldberg is Launching a Marijuana Company for Period Cramps
Actress and television host Whoopi Goldberg recently announced she is starting a medical marijuana company to help women with their period cramps. The comedian spoke to Vanity Fair about her cannabis-... [More]
Sexuality-Enhancing Cannabis - The Brand 'hmbldt' Enhances Consumers' Sex Lives
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Warm 1,286 Clicks Pub: Feb 7, 17
Sexuality-Enhancing Cannabis
The Brand 'hmbldt' Enhances Consumers' Sex Lives
The brand hmbldt was designed specifically to “deliver health and happiness” through creating and offering targeted health benefits with its cannabis formulas. The brand is known for... [More]
Pleasure-Focused Cannabis Brands - Foria Offers Sensuality Enhancing CBD Tinctures
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This Year and Warm 537 Clicks Pub: Feb 28, 18
Pleasure-Focused Cannabis Brands
Foria Offers Sensuality Enhancing CBD Tinctures
Foria is a cannabis brand that offers a variety of CBD tinctures that specialize in functions like stress relief and pleasure enhancement – and its branding was designed by the designer and... [More]
Marijuana-Infused Female Suppositories - Foria Offers a Pack of Weed-Laced Suppositories for Women
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Mild 597 Clicks Pub: Jan 31, 16
Marijuana-Infused Female Suppositories
Foria Offers a Pack of Weed-Laced Suppositories for Women
There is no denying that getting your period can cause some physical discomfort, which is why several products have come to market targeting females’ cravings and monthly needs—and... [More]
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