It’s estimated that $1.9 billion will be spent on flowers and $1.7 billion on candy this Valentine’s Day, according to a recent consumer survey. But once the flowers are dead and the candy is gone, what do you have? Nothing.
You probably should have given the gift of weed instead.
“Overall, cannabis lends itself to being a highly valued and very well-received gift. From the look and smell, to the taste on both the inhale and the exhale, to the way it enhances tactile stimuli, cannabis engages nearly all of the five senses,” Evrett Kramer, the co-founder of Potbox, a San Francisco-based cannabis subscription club, told Mic.
The effects of cannabis on people’s sex drives are well documented, with landmark 1984 research finding that more than two-thirds of those surveyed reported increased sexual pleasure and satisfaction from smoking weed before sex. Sex therapists are also increasingly recommending that couples use marijuana to enhance their sex lives.
According to a 2015 study by SKYN Condoms, millennials who smoke weed regularly reported having sex “several times per day,” with 59% of them qualifying their sex as “amazing” or at least “very good.”
“Cannabis has been shown to increase your resting and active heart rate, thus increasing circulation, which is a key component to sexual health,” Kramer said. “Cannabis also promotes empathy, which is another key component to psycho-sexual and emotional-sexual health. Also, I am sure many people who would love their partner to be more focused on them during sexual play will appreciate…