Do Cannabis and Alcohol Enhance Sex?

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As if you needed another excuse to party. A recent study conducted in Almeria, Spain, has concluded that young people between the ages of 18 and 30 who consume cannabis and alcohol could enjoy improved sexual function. And, get this – better orgasms. But before dusting off your ‘Stoners do it better’ t-shirt, you might want to read a little further. This study is just observational. It (sadly) doesn’t conclusively prove a link between getting buzzed and being a black belt between the sheets. Besides, despite this latest study’s findings, it’s still not clear whether or not cannabis and alcohol are a greater help or hindrance when it comes to sex. Many previous studies paint alcohol as a handicap on erectile function. And, as yet, there’s still no concrete consensus on weed’s role to either stump or supercharge sexual performance. There’s also evidence that both substances affect men and women differently and that age can be a factor in responses. That’s why the study authors decided to narrow the field of research to young adults. It’s this group that typically consumes the most alcohol and cannabis and is the most sexually active. Ah, to be young again. What The Study Looked At The investigation began last year when 274 people aged between 18 and 30 were recruited to participate. They filled out questionnaires about their cannabis and alcohol consumption and sexual responses. Like, desire, arousal and orgasm. The results showed that heavy cannabis users scored higher on arousal and sexual function than non-users. The same outcomes were reported by heavy drinkers compared to teetotallers. The authors noted that men and women alike reported similar results. And went on to explain that “sexual function in young people who use cannabis and alcohol more frequently was shown to be better than in…

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