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CBD is rapidly becoming a mainstream phenomenon. From tinctures to cosmetic creams and even beverages, the market seems full of products containing this ingredient. It is not hard to understand why CBD is so popular: CBD oil, in particular, has many benefits and advantages, especially when it comes to treating a number of health conditions.
Shari Berman was young when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. At 25, she began an ordeal that would span nearly a decade and two cancer diagnoses. She spoke about how cannabis helped play its part in her recovery, compares it to other cancer medications, and what she would have done differently.
As she packed for a flight out of the country, Berman recalled the differences between the illicit Massachusetts cannabis market she bought medicine from years ago, and the legal adult-use market there is today.
Cannabis is consumed by an estimated 147 million people worldwide. While many governments list various unwanted side effects as reasons not to legalize the plant, those who regularly use cannabis report a very pleasurable consequence — improved sexual experience and in some cases, greater intensity of orgasms. In this article, we’re going to take a look at both what science and anecdotal reports say about cannabis and sexual function.