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This Cannabis Strain Is Designed Specifically To Make Women Orgasm

January 24, 2017
This Cannabis Strain Is Designed Specifically To Make Women Orgasm
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Karen Wagner quoted in The Cut: “After I smoked this one, I said ‘You know, honey, that was perfect’” to her partner. “Save it for next time” she added. The instance in which Wagner’s most intense sexual experience happened may be slightly weird by mainstream standards, and actually quite confusing for many, but it was that very night she came up with an idea that would change her life in business terms.

A Cannabis Strain Designed Specifically To Make Women Orgasm

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A little over one year ago, Karen Wagner was getting ready to light one up before having sex with her boyfriend. What followed would prove to be one of the most uplifting sexual interactions of her life, and she was certain that the dreamy, heady effects of the cannabis were a major factor.

 

Having already been a cannabis enthusiast for quite some time, Wagner had plenty of experience of using cannabis before sex, and she started to pay more attention to the strains that enhanced the experience most of all. Then, she used that knowledge to develop an entirely new strain intended to enhance the sexual experience – and spread the word so that other women could benefit from the knowledge too!

 

Wagner started up her own company and got to work developing (and testing!) her new strain. It’s called “Sexxpot”, and it is specifically aimed at women, with the clear goal of helping them achieve mind-blowing, intense, full-body orgasms during sexual intercourse.

What is Sexxpot?

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Wagner’s New Product

The Cut reported that Wagner’s new product is a derivation from a less strong strain named “Mr. Nice”. With a 14% THC, Sexxpot is weaker than most strains on the market – which have a THC of around 18%-20% – and it was designed like this with good reason. Cannabis consultant and full-time nurse Eloise Theisen informed The Cut saying “women just need less THC in general. And high levels of THC can promote anti-estrogen activity.”

What is it all about?

The Cut claims “She says that’s a benefit, because the product will put you in a ‘sensual’ headspace and affect the body’s sensations without getting the smoker too high to actually do the deed.” Theisen adds “My guess is that Sexxpot, with the lower THC, regulates the body’s endocannabinoid system and helps bring back the balance of hormones, but without sacrificing the therapeutic properties.”

Source: theemeraldmagazine.com

Sexxpot Only Available in San Francisco

Although it has been known for thousands of years in traditional medical circles that cannabis can provide aphrodisiac effects, Wagner’s brand new product is the first one of its kind aimed at this specific audience in the USA. From the point of view of many entrepreneurs, Sexxpot’s unique selling points make it a true potential gold mine – and with the market constantly growing, Wagner’s product is predicted to enjoy stable growth for years.

 

Currently, Sexxpot is only available in the San Francisco Bay Area, although Wagner is certain that distribution will expand in the near future.


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  • Schatzie Shephard says:

    Would love if Karen could contact me.. I would like to discuss a few options with her. I am o Facebook. If my name could be gotten to her, I’d be greatful.
    Thank you in advance e.

  • I’m interested in genetics, when the opportunity arises please contact me via Facebook is fine. Thank you

  • Christopher says:

    How does this differ from simply consuming less?

  • Linda parsley says:

    No news under the sun here. Its common knowledge

    • Leevon90 says:

      Definitely interested in getting more info on Sexpot, I am on prescription pain medication that has drastically messed with my sex life. So if something like this could help I am all for it. I am already waiting for the medical marijuana to take effect here in Florida so I can get the hell off the prescription pain meds. So plz email or contact me on fb with more info if possible about the sexpot, thanks in advance. leevon90@msn.com

      • Donella Bach VanArsdale says:

        I relate with same things as Leevon90 says and I also would like to know price and Amount- please contact me either on Face Book in my messenger or via Email
        thank you very much

    • Donella Bach VanArsdale says:

      Yes I do agree

  • Candace Breeden says:

    i would love to know how to get some of this. you can contact me on facebook or by email. thank you!

  • Brisa flores says:

    How can I get some to Texas I really would want to buy it

  • Diane Armstrong says:

    I’m really interested

  • Brenda Lush says:

    Canada maybe ?,

  • Daniel girard says:

    Can u email me or fb me I would love to get some where I am for my wife plz email me or fb me plz

  • Leigh says:

    I need this I have been suffering without a great sexual experience I also don’t crave it either… would love to try this product.

    • Shab Baghdad says:

      Same as!! I’m
      Having menapuse & find My sex drive has dropped heaps!! So am really interested! But why this sexpot the one & just not other lower strain??? I’m very curious! Please contact me via email or f/b!!! Here’s hoping I can give my partner his 45th birthday surprise in June??!!

  • Cody says:

    Because smoking less doesnt chang the percentage of thc it contains ur just consuming less bud not creating a lower thc content

  • Rodney says:

    Really I use my toung to make my wife orgasm, you dont need no weed. Yall doing it wrong…

  • Rhonda says:

    Interesting to say the least. But the women that I know that smoke can and have smoked most men under the table.
    Great marketing though. I will be watching for it to be available in other places.

  • Dawn Shirley says:

    I am so blessed I have a man that is able to do this for me with out having to drive to San Francisco lol ….ladies should stop messing with little boys and maybe they can experience what it like to be fucked like a Woman ha ha ha

  • Jerry Pham says:

    and the beginning of fake weed news in California…god damnit!

    2018 its legal in California and all i see is fake stupid news.

  • Lola Dombrowski says:

    I want some beans!! How can I get them since I live in Michigan?

  • Chocolat seduction says:

    Like to know more email me please

  • Gerry B says:

    Click bait hype LOL

  • B. Thompson says:

    I won’t some

  • Carol Emmerling says:

    I am interested in hearing more about this.

  • Stefan says:

    I would like to learn how can get my wife some I’m in Sacramento my thanks for your work my email is sjharry99@yahoo.com

  • Nicole says:

    I would like to purchase some

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  • Danilo says:

    I want weedsssss

  • Steve says:

    Bonjour
    Il y a t’il des français ??
    Comme je parle pas du tout l’anglais désolé

  • O.cciari says:

    People listen… when I smoke depending on the strain I get in a right mood for sex… and I have seen some girls too… so it been said by a woman is more believed

  • Mbunting says:

    I want. I need. Please tell me how and when? And thanks for the brilliance!!

  • Mbunting says:

    No reply so I will do what others have! Hope it helps? Reach me at mbuntingrd@gmail.com Thanks!!

  • Michelle Yates says:

    Im in the Bay Area..please contact me, I would like to try some..

  • The Cut reported that Wagner’s new product is a derivation from a less strong strain named “Mr. Nice”. With a 14% THC, Sexxpot is weaker than most strains on the market – which have a THC of around 18%-20% – and it was designed like this with good reason. Cannabis consultant and full-time nurse Eloise Theisen informed The Cut saying “women just need less THC in general. And high levels of THC can promote anti-estrogen activity.”

    The above is absolutely false. Not only is the “women need less THC” statement not based on ANY evidence, “high levels of THC can promote anti-estrogen activity” has been disproven by several studies.

    Long-term cannabis use does NOT affect one’s hormones, estrogen or otherwise. I asked Dr. Ethan Russo, Endocrinologist, who was one of the authors of this and several studies that support this, in “Journal of Cannabis Therapeutics, Vol. 2(1) 2002.”

    “Chronic Cannabis Use in the Compassionate Investigational New Drug Program: An Examination of Benefits and Adverse Effects of Legal Clinical Cannabis.”

    Under “Conclusions:”

    “7. No endocrine, hematological or immunological sequelae have
    been observed.”

    Everyone knows I’m the BIGGEST booster of “cannabis as a sexual aid.” I’m an expert in my own right, having written, “SexPot: The Marijuana Lover’s Guide to Gettin’ It On,” and years of cannabis+ sex & relationship columns.

    So while I DO support the development of strains that could help women with sexual dysfunction and with the enhancement of the female (and male) sexual experience, it’s VERY important that we don’t disseminate false info.

    The Government already does that well enough on their own 😉

    PS – When are we going to see this strain in Canada, where it can be 100% legally grown and even purchased?

  • Joseph Thomas says:

    Great 👍 stuff

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  • Angela says:

    I would really love to know how I can get some of this and what the cost is I live in Illinois and I have no sexual drive at all because being thrown into early menopause at 21 from a hysterectomy and my marriage is pretty much over with because of it so if you could please contact me on messenger or Facebook I would really appreciate it thank you

  • Jordanp216 says:

    I want some were can I get some

  • Pam says:

    Interesting approach – however – I have not seen any research that says high levels of THC deplete estrogen. Unless you have a report on that stat – I think it’s false.

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