What Does Weed Lube Feel Like?
Let’s talk lube, shall we? Slippery, slidey, moisture-adding, friction-banishing- lubrication is a key part of sex, and now you can infuse it with Cannabis. Weed lube isn’t something that usually gets a lot of attention, but now you can buy cannabis lube with the added feature of weed. For many people, and a lot of sex acts the correct lube is vital to enjoyment and safety!
There can be some stigma surrounding the need for weed lube, and it’s true that many bodies can produce their own. However in a lot of cases, and for many other reasons your body’s production might not match demand. So it doesn’t matter if you’re feeling a little dry, playing with toys made of certain materials or exploring butt penetration, or simply just want some extra glide, our cannabis infused lube can be your friend!
Water based lubes have a few downsides, they get dry, sticky and tacky. Meanwhile, an oil based lubricant won’t stop your fun at the inopportune time, and it can even be used in water. The best weed lubes are safe for use with most toy materials. Their longevity and intense glides makes them great to use, and they’re even better when infused with cannabis!
Where Can I Buy Weed Lube Near Me?
If you are located in California, there are many dispensaries that you can buy weed lube from, in fact, check out our Store Locator to find out exactly which dispensary stocks our cannabis lube closest to you!
You don’t need to be Sherlock to answer this question, but it’s to increase lubrication!
A women’s natural lubrication depends on hormonal levels that vary within their cycle. Menopause, pregnancy, stress, breastfeeding, medicines all have an effect on lubrication. More than 30% of women can suffer from natural dryness even when they feel aroused, and this can happen at any age. So as well as using it to spice up your bedroom sessions lube can be used for a variety of different reasons!
Is Weed Lube Safe To Use?
We use this stuff ourselves, so we have made the highest quality, 100% natural weed lube that is safe to use for any type of intercourse. That being said, most natural lubricants are oil based, which CAN NOT be used with latex. Talk with your partner before selecting a weed lube. There are also silicone lubes and water based lubes available, but the best weed lube out there may be different for everyone.
How to Make DIY Weed Lube?
Putting weed lube on your lady parts is a HOT topic right now in the cannabis market. Companies like Dani Pepper, Woopi & Maya and Foria are leading the pack in dispensaries in California and Colorado. But what about the people that have the urge to give it a shot, but don’t have access to a dispensary? DIY Weed Lube!
The idea of a DIY cannabis lube might seem like a bigger undertaking than you’d like, but honestly, it’s not that difficult. To find the best method for a DIY weed lube, we reached out to our good friend Lauren Gibbs, founder and president of Rise Above Social Strategies.
She has gained experience making DIY cannabis lube and topicals for her own personal use. Combined with our experience creating coconut oil based lubes, we made a simple and clean recipe for the perfect DIY weed lube. Oil-based cannabis lubes won’t get you high (unless consumed); instead, the topical application increases bloodflow and heightens sensation.
DIY Weed Lube Recipe
Yields: 8oz infused coconut oil
Potency: Approximately 6mg THC per 1mL of oil
Note: This potency is based on cannabis that is approximately 10–15% THC. Potency can vary significantly based on the potency of the buds you choose.
- 8 ounces fractionated (liquid) coconut oil or MCT oil
- ¼ ounce cannabis flower
- Two Mason jars (each 4 ounces or larger; you can also use a single large jar)
- Food scale
- Grinder or food processor
- Slow cooker
- Unbleached cheesecloth
- Large funnel
- Smaller funnel
- Tincture bottle with a 1-mL calibrated pipette
- Boiling water (enough to cover the Mason jars in the slow cooker)
- Preheat oven to 240˚F.
- Grind cannabis using a food processor (to save time) or a grinder.
- Decarboxylate your cannabis: Spread ground flower evenly on a cookie sheet and bake for one hour on the middle rack, stirring after 30 minutes.
- Divide the decarboxylated cannabis evenly into your Mason jars using the scale. Add half of the cannabis oil to each jar and seal as tightly as possible with the lid.
- Place Mason jars in your slow cooker and cover with boiling water so that the jars are fully submerged. Set slow cooker to “warm” and let cook for 4–5 hours. Using a jar clamp or heavy oven mitts, pull the jars out every 60 minutes and give them a good shake. (Be careful not to burn yourself as the glass and metal will both be hot!)
- After 4–5 hours, remove jars and place them on a cloth to cool (don’t set them on a cold or hard surface as the glass jar could crack).
- Line the large funnel with four layers of cheesecloth and place over a large glass measuring cup with a pour spout. Slowly pour the cooled liquid through the cheesecloth, squeezing out the plant matter to get as much oil as possible. Your strained oil will be slightly green.
- Using a smaller funnel, pour the oil into the tincture bottle. Your lube is ready to use! Start with 1 milliliter at a time, and increase or decrease quantity based on your personal preferences.
- While the Mason jar method is great for containing the cannabis smell, decarboxylating is highly fragrant. If you have nosy neighbors, try frying bacon or cooking something comparably fragrant at the same time to mask the scent.
- If you see bits of herb floating in your oil, strain it again — you don’t want them to cause discomfort during use.
- Keep it simple! Don’t add essential oils or other additives. With this two-ingredient method, your oil is endlessly versatile; you can even bake with it.
- If possible, use lab-tested flower. This will ensure that your product is free of pesticides, molds, and other contaminants. It also makes it slightly easier to calculate potency, though as this article illustrates, it’s challenging to get completely accurate numbers with DIY products.
Which states is marijuana legal?
So there are 10 states in the US that fully legalize medical and recreational marijuana. This does not include Washington DC. That also legalize the use.
Here are the 10 states that fully legalize the use of cannabis.
This means you can legally buy cannabis lube in 10 states across the USA.
States where thc lube is legalized
In these states, marijuana is legalized only for medical purposes and not for recreational purposes. There are 23 states in this category.
Below are the states where marijuana is legalized for medical purposes only:
• West Virginia
• New Jersey
• New Mexico
• New York
• New Hampshire
• North Dakota
• Rhode Island
Just like how it was legalized in Michigan, Utah and Missouri voted the medical marijuana in the 2018 midterms. In early 2018, Oklahoma vote for the legalization of medical marijuana. Michigan has a more high chance of full legislation as weed has already been legalized. West Virginia, Louisiana, Arkansas, and North Dakota up till now do not have a fully operational system. Ohio, on the other hand, was on the verge of success but lack operational dispensaries about 2 years after the legalization vote was cast. So in Ohio, the Board of pharmacy prohibits the sales of medical marijuana until this dispensaries are operational and functional, as such, labeling it as illegal.
In the following states, the use of marijuana for recreational purposes are allowed: Maryland, Missouri, New York, North California, Rhode Island, Ohi, Nebraska, Minnesota, Illinois, Connecticut, Delaware, North Carolina, New Hamshire, and Mississippi. In all these states, carrying an amount of medical marijuana won’t lead to your arrest. The amount you are to carry is different from one state to another. Before you can possess this medical marijuana, you must consult your doctor and confirm if you have an ailment that requires the use of medical marijuana and you will be given a medical marijuana card.