Cannabis Consumers Have Sex, More Often!

Survey by MariMed, polled nearly 2000 U.S. adults over the age of 21 years, they examined the relationship between cannabis consumption, sex and Valentine’s Day plans.

Key findings from the study suggested that the use of cannabis could correlate with a more active and fulfilling sex life.

  • Cannabis consumers have more sex: Among sexually active adults, half of cannabis users (50%) have sex several times each week or more, compared to only 25% of non-users.
  • Cannabis is an aphrodisiac: Nearly 65% of sexually active cannabis consumers agree that cannabis enhances their sex life, and 67% say that is helps get them in the mood for sex. Further, more than half (51%) of cannabis consumers belive cannabis is a natural aphrodisiac, and 30% believe it is most effective natural aphrodisiac – more than chocolate (16%) or oysters (12%)
  • Edibles are preferred in the bedroom: 52% of sexually active cannabis consumers prefer edibles over smoking cannabis to get in the mood for sex.
  • Cannabis and Valentines Day: Many cannabis consumers are seeking novel ways to incorporate cannabis into their Valentine’s Day celebrations

Survey Method:
This survey was conducted online within the United States by The Harris Poll on behalf of MariMed from January 27-31, 2022, among 1,967 adults ages 21+, of whom 763 consume cannabis (defined in this survey as marijuana products such as edibles, flowers, concentrates, vapes, etc. that contain THC). This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated. For complete survey methodology, including weighting variables and subgroup sample sizes.

These findings come after a recent observational study of 274 participants in Spain found regular users of Cannabis reported better performance in the bedroom than non-cannabis users.