Can Weed Help You Reach an Orgasm?

Marijuana is credited with a lot of things like helping people relax, eat and ease the pain of other sicknesses. What seems to be picking up steam is how it can help your sex life!

A 46-year-old woman who goes by the name, Terri D., and is a housewife, mother, grandmother and former preschool teacher spoke to Fusion about how smoking weed on a regular basis, helped her sex life and orgasms.

Terri met her husband at 17 and they have been married for 26 years. Before marriage, she didn’t have a lot of experience or a lot of boyfriends, but the ones she did have, could never make her orgasm. In fact, even her husband had to work hard to make her orgasm, but as life went on with kids and such, that became difficult.

She says two weeks ago, she was given a strain of Purple Tangie. She used it while her husband was out of town.

“So I used it, and I started touching myself, and everything changed, she said. “I could feel everything all at once. I just began enjoying my entire body. The feeling … it was life changing.”

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Terri was able to orgasm by herself and with her husband.

“I can control my orgasms now. I can make them hard, long, soft, short, intense. It used to be, [when having sex], I would think, “Can we be done now?” But now I can be in the bedroom for four or five hours. I don’t know how, but it’s a crazy miracle!”

Of course, her husband is happy for her, because now she says can have sex all night long.

Terri also wants others to learn from her story.

“I just want to go to the rooftop and scream, “Women, I have something for you that you’ve always been wanting!” And I don’t understand why it’s not legal in all the states now. I look at the person who gave me this strain, and it’s kind of like a little piece of heaven to me. He’s given me something that I have never been able to have.”

Brittney Fennell

Brittney Fennell

Brittney is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and a writer who has goals to disrupt culture in ways unseen.