"The spirit of marijuana is female. She is alluring, very seductive. In her presence time passes almost without one noticing. Her sweet fragrance intoxicates the senses and uplifts the mind. She is delighted by heroic men and sensual women. When a couple share marijuana, they are allowing her participation in their relationship. Accepting their invitation, the spirit of marijuana adds spontaneity and humor and also acts as a potent initiator. By bringing the couple into her dimension, the spirit of marijuana exalts and magnifies both love and sensitivity." (The Hindu God Shiva speaks about marijuana and sex. cit in Sexual Secrets)
Tantra: Spiritual practices in which slow, mindful sexual union creates a path to the experience of spiritual ecstasy.
Ganja: Though extensively used in Jamaica, ganja is originally a Sanskrit word from India for marijuana!
The words tantra and ganja originate from India and so does the Kama Sutra! In fact, two thousand years ago, ganja was used extensively in tantric sex rituals, yoga and the intricate sexual positions of the most famous sexual handbook in history, the Kama Sutra!
Tantric Ganja Sex. Marijuana is recognized in the ancient Hindu tantric traditions as a beautiful and spiritual aphrodisiac. Marijuana is a stimulant to the senses, so naturally it makes lovemaking a more sensory experience!
Benefits of Ganja use with Sexual Activity:
- Increased ability to communicate sexual needs and desires with partner
- Increased sexual stamina both for male erections and female vaginal lubrication
- Increased sensory sensation. Smell, taste, touch, sounds, and sights are more intense and pleasing
- Increased length and power of orgasms.
- Increased attention to subtle aspects of lovemaking and attention to foreplay
- Emotional and empathetic bonding between partners
Marijuana & Sex for Women
Females are as likely as men to report enhanced sexual desire with marijuana use. In one study, 90% of women reported that marijuana increased feelings of sexual pleasure and satisfaction to varying degrees, and 40 percent of women reported that marijuana increased the quality of their orgasm."
Many women report that they feel more relaxed and find it easier to let go of inhibitions imposed on them by religion and culture. Yet at the same time, they are lucid and more in control of their actions than if they use alcohol.
Marijuana's effects are determined by many factors such as the personality, physiology, intention, environment, and culture of the user. Each person must discover how it affects them individually. However, with it's increasing acceptance in the world, and a better understanding of the plant strains and their different effects, more people can legally and safely experience the pleasures of cannabis.
With the legalization of marijuana in Oregon, we can finally produce Mojo's Magyck Marijuana Mylk for female sexual pleasure.