Regular Marijuana Use Linked to More Sex, Says Stanford Study

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A brand new study by Stanford University shows a positive correlation between marijuana use and frequency of sexual intercourse for Americans.

Ah, sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It was all true!

It’s something pot users have known for decades – but now it’s scientifically correlated. The more pot, the more sex. Kind of.

Published online on October 27 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the unambiguous findings are based on a study and analysis of more than 50,000 Americans ages from 25 to 45. Michael Eisenberg, MD, assistant professor of urology is the study’s senior author, and he stated:

“Frequent marijuana use doesn’t seem to impair sexual motivation or performance. If anything, it’s associated with increased coital frequency.”

Eisenberg added the study results do not establish a causal connection between marijuana use and sexual activity, but hint at it. He said:

“The overall trend we saw applied to people of both sexes and all races, ages, education levels, income groups and religions, every health status, whether they were married or single and whether or not they had kids.”

Here’s the report on the study at Stanford Medicine News Center.

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avatar Ol OB Hippie November 8, 2017 at 9:23 pm

I hate to say ‘I told you so.’ But I am. I told you so.

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