California's first ever wine and weed excursion features mixed mocktails with an added buzz. Pipetting and sprinkling spiced apple drinks with strains and tinctures meets each guests needs.
I wish I could describe the actual movements that the class incorporated more in depth, but I was stoned and a byproduct of getting stoned (or “lifted” or “high” or whatever) is that memories sort of swirl together. Beyond the sweat beading down my face, I was present. I could feel each joint locking and unlocking, lengthening and folding. And during our water breaks I caught glimpses of the people surrounding me. They were lifted too. There was, dare I say, an energy—an infectious, calming energy. Pleasure For All learned yoga and cannabis blend very well together.
Recent studies show cannabis can make sex much better. “If anything, it’s associated with increased coital frequency,” said Michael Eisenberg, M.D. “The Relationship Between Marijuana Use Prior to Sex and Sexual Function in Women,” a 2019 study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, points out that most women who use cannabis before sex report increased drive, heightened orgasms and a decrease in pain.