Stanford Study Confirms Cannabis Users Have More Sex

Cannabis’ ability to enhance sensory pleasure and set a communal mood has long been colloquial knowledge. But thanks to the Stanford University School of Medicine, we now have substantive proof: Cannabis users have more sex.

The findings of the Stanford study—”the first to examine the relationship between marijuana use and frequency of sexual intercourse at the population level in the United States,” published Friday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine—are unambiguous: “Frequent marijuana use doesn’t seem to impair sexual motivation or performance,” says the study’s senior author, Michael Eisenberg, in today’s study-hyping press release. “If anything, it’s associated with increased coital frequency.”

As for how researchers tracked down their facts:

To arrive at an accurate determination of marijuana’s effect on intercourse frequency, [researchers] turned to the National Survey of Family Growth, sponsored by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. … In all, [researchers] obtained data on 28,176 women averaging 29.9 years of age

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Stanford Study Confirms Cannabis Users Have More Sex

Cannabis’ ability to enhance sensory pleasure and set a communal mood has long been colloquial knowledge. But thanks to the Stanford University School of Medicine, we now have substantive proof: Cannabis users have more sex.

The findings of the Stanford study—”the first to examine the relationship between marijuana use and frequency of sexual intercourse at the population level in the United States,” published Friday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine—are unambiguous: “Frequent marijuana use doesn’t seem to impair sexual motivation or performance,” says the study’s senior author, Michael Eisenberg, in today’s study-hyping press release. “If anything, it’s associated with increased coital frequency.”

As for how researchers tracked down their facts:

To arrive at an accurate determination of marijuana’s effect on intercourse frequency, [researchers] turned to the National Survey of Family Growth, sponsored by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. … In all, [researchers] obtained data on 28,176 women averaging 29.9 years of age

... read more at: https://www.leafly.com/news/pop-culture/stanford-study-confirms-cannabis-users-have-more-sex

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