Marijuana coffee. Marijuana fruit drinks. Marijuana candy.
Now add this to the list of weirdness that inevitably follows in the wake of legalization: a cannabis vaginal spray.
Foria, a “sensual enhancement oil” made by a medical marijuana collective in Southern California, offers women an intimate, lubricated experience with their weed. The spray is a mix of cannabis oil and coconut oil.
“Apply 4-8 sprays directly onto the clitoris, inner and outer labia and inside the vagina,” the spray’s directions state.
The idea, say the makers, is to “benefit women’s health and well-being by opening the door to natural, euphoric pleasure.”
Most Users Won’t Get Stoned
As many stoners would attest, weed can heighten sexual pleasure. But Foria doesn’t work quite like regular marijuana. Most users won’t get high off the lube, though the company that made it, the Aphrodite Group, says some will.
The real purpose of Foria, though, is to “create the relaxation needed for sensual experience” including, allegedly, multiple orgasms. Most women who use it, the group said, feel more relaxed during sex.
And drinking the spray like any other edible marijuana product will cause users to become stoned, the Aphrodite Group said.
“The psychoactive effects of getting ‘high’ when taken orally are consistent with other edible medical marijuana products,” the group said.
Company Claims Impressive Results
The makers of Foria said they were inspired by marijuana’s long history as an aphrodisiac around the globe.
“For some women, it may awaken arousal and heighten sensation making orgasms more intense, fuller, or easier to access,” the Aphrodite Group claims. “For others, it can help promote natural lubrication, reduce pain and tension and create the relaxation necessary for sensual experience, or restorative rest.”
Customer reviews for the product were lavish.
“Oh my god,” said Sarah, 32. “I had multiple orgasms over a 15 minute period. That, like, never happens.”
“I experienced a deep relaxation in my mind, body, and soul,” said Stacy, 44.
Foria, which retails for $88, is just the latest development in an accelerating trend of novel inventions related to weed. Earlier this month, a Washington entrepreneur launched a line of cold-brew cannabis coffee.