This study found that cannabis could be a potential treatment for sexual dysfunctions, especially among women.
Astonishingly, over 70% of participants reported improved desire and orgasm intensity as well! With these findings, the medical community may soon turn to this natural remedy in order to help people lead more fulfilling intimate lives.
About The Study
This study offers valuable insights into the potential implications of cannabis use for improving sexual quality. Participants from diverse age groups, professions and lifestyles were included in this research to provide a broad understanding of how different demographics sense an increase in desire or intensity during orgasm after using cannabis. Results suggest that medical professionals may consider utilizing marijuana as part of sleep/sexual aid therapy among women suffering with dysfunctions such as low libido.
About Dr. Peter J. Grinspoon
Peter Grinspoon, M.D. is a primary care doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. For over 25 years he has been a cannabis specialist, and currently offers comprehensive cannabis coaching and education through his private practice.
Additionally, Dr. Grinspoon is certified as a health and life coach to better help people achieve their goals and dreams. He is uniquely qualified to help people with a wide variety of health issues.