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How CBD Oil Actually Improves Your Sex Life

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CBD To Improve Sex Life

Couples who have been with each other for years may need to spice up their relationship, especially their trysts in the bedroom. One way to do this is by exploring exciting ways that can spice up their sex life. After all, this allows couples not only to improve their relationship with one another but also find ways that can take their relationship to new heights.

If your sexual relationship has been in a slump, you may want to try CBD oil products. Pure cannabidiol is known for its relaxing and calming properties. Taking this will allow you and your partner to feel more at ease with each other. Not to mention, this can lead to better sensations and excitement, allowing you to feel good as you make love to your partner.

CBD Oil Benefits and Its Properties

Known for its anti-depressant properties and its ability to address conditions such as anxiety and stress, cannabidiol oil is perfect for individuals who have been experiencing performance anxiety in the bedroom. Apart from helping alleviate negative thoughts and feelings, taking a small dosage of this miracle worker can help boost you and your partner’s performance and sensations in the bedroom.

Numerous studies and literature show that CBD oil works directly with the body’s endocannabinoid system. This allows its component to normalise the systems and bodily organs, allowing the mind and body to relax and free itself from anxiety.

In addition to these, CBD hemp oil has also been found to work wonders during sex by alleviating the pain felt by the individual. As a matter of fact, with anti-inflammatory properties, taking this can even address chronic pain or sexual dysfunction.

Last but certainly not least, one of the more popular reasons for trying out pure cannabidiol is that it moves you to take in the spontaneity and the novelty of the moment. It allows you to revel in the sensuality and the movement of your bodies. It ignites a spark that has long been forgotten.

Spicing Up Sex with CBD Oil

To help you bring back spark and joy in your life, why not try a variety of CBD oil products available on the market? There are tons of options designed to cater to your needs.

For those who prefer to start out small, taking in CBD oil edibles such as chocolates and gummy bears is ideal. To stay within safe doses, it is recommended to start at 5 milligrams and work your way up.

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One of the more common choices is using a topical lube made from cannabis. While using this certainly does not make anyone high, it does enhance the pleasure of the user. When used topically, cannabidiol can expand the blood vessels, thus increasing blood flow in the body. However, users are advised to wait for at least 30 minutes for the lube to work.

Aside from using lube, there are now products that are specifically geared towards the pleasure of women. If you want your partner to reach that much-awaited orgasm after a long time, urging her to try the Foria Pleasure and Awaken series should not be missed. Also called an arousal oil, these Foria products also work to promote blood circulation in the vulva. This results in heightened sensations during sex. Since this is also edible, you can go wild and think outside the box.

Take notes of these tips and see just how using variety of cannabis products improve your sex life. From foreplay to intercourse, these creative and exciting options will surely have you and your partner ending the night in pure unadulterated bliss.

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Columbia Care Kicks Off First Cannabis Credit Card

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Columbia Care Cannabis Credit Card

Columbia Care announced the launch of its National Credit program with its CNC Card.

The medical marijuana company licensed to operate in the U.S. and 15 jurisdictions in the European Union said the launch of the card follows a successful test run in New York in the second half of 2018. The introduction of the card led to an 18% increase in the number of in-store purchases. Moreover, the card also helped boost repeat visits and home delivery orders.

With the card, people in the U.S. can now get a credit card for buying medical cannabis.

From New York, the Columbia Care will offer the program to its Delaware and Pennsylvania markets. Later, the company’s Illinois and Arizona customers can apply for the card. The firm aims to expand the reach of its program to all its locations by the end of 2019.

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Available initially only at Columbia Care dispensaries, the firm is looking into opportunities for expanding the availability of the card across the country through targeted partnerships.

Nicholas Vita, CEO of Columbia Care, said the firm aims on expanding the cannabis market in the country. Through the launching of the first cannabis credit card in the country, the company allows consumers and participants in the industry to purchase cannabis products.

He also said the card would act as a starting point of the company’s nationwide growth initiatives, including home delivery, the launching of an e-commerce site, and automatic fulfillment.

In addition to having a tool for an electronic form of payment, CNC cardholders can also be eligible for other benefits including discounts, cash back affinity programs, educational seminars, privileged access to new products and other exclusive offers.

Cannabis Banking Gaining Steam

Aside from having a cannabis credit card, medical marijuana customers may also enjoy the benefits of banking. Earlier this month, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation that kicks off a three-year pilot program wherein cannabis firms could use an online system in sending and receiving digital currency.

Last month, the California State Senate passed a bill allowing financial institutions to offer products and services dedicated to cannabis financial transactions.

If Gov. Gavin Newsom signs the legislation, around 900 bank branches in the state would be allowed to handle cannabis cash, California Senate Majority Leader Robert Hertzberg said.

The federal government is also working on protecting legitimate cannabis financial transactions. Earlier this month, a U.S. House committee approved a bill that includes a provision that would safeguard banks serving legal marijuana businesses from getting penalized by federal financial regulators.

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Church of England Backs Medical Cannabis Use and Investment

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Church of England Cannabis Investments

The Church of England (CofE) has recently given the green light on the use of medical marijuana and cannabis investment.

The investment arm of CofE, the Church Commissioners of England, said it would lift its self-imposed ban on investing in medical cannabis. This reversal takes place at a time when many significant investment funds remain steadfast on so-called “sin stocks” or companies operating in industries facing legal uncertainties.

The CofE investment arm, which manages the church’s £12.6 billion ($16 billion) portfolios, had previously enforced an investment exclusion policy on cannabis. So far, it has not yet invested in companies related to the sector, Church Commissioners head of responsible investment, Edward Mason, said.

Mason said the change in CofE’s stand comes after it has made a distinction between recreational and medical cannabis. After realizing the potency of the plant’s medicinal properties, the church is content with its proper use for therapeutic reasons.

The UK government legalized medicinal cannabis in October 2018. However, only a fraction of British patients received a medical cannabis prescription, citing difficulty in persuading specialists about marijuana as a right medical option as a primary reason. Other reasons include the problems dispensaries face in obtaining licenses for cannabis-based products as well as the trouble in transporting them once they arrive in the country.

The Duality of Marijuana as an Investment

Like the Church Commissioners of England, other ethical investors are also starting to recognise the dual nature of marijuana as an investment. KLP Fund, an Oslo-based firm with $80 billion in assets, has recently sold its stocks in recreational cannabis. But it retains its stakes in medicinal marijuana

The AP Funds in Sweden also recommended the exclusion of recreational marijuana from its $180-billion portfolio. Like KLP, it said, it will still invest in medical marijuana companies. The Swedish fund referred to the recent guidance of the UN on both ethical investment and narcotics.

The CofE said it will not invest in companies that get more than 10% of their revenue from the sale of recreational marijuana. This rate is the threshold the company uses for the majority of its other ethical exclusions, including tobacco, gambling, pornography, and lenders charging at high interests.

The UK’s church is known for publicly voicing its positions in ethical investment issues. It considers factors such as morality, environmental impact, corporate governance, and social good. It the past, the church has challenged ExxonMobil and Glencore by pressuring executives to improve their policies related to environment preservation.

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VA Restricts Veterans’ Access to Medical Marijuana

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VA's Restriction to Medical Marijuana

Veterans under the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health system are having difficulty accessing medical marijuana for their medical conditions, says US News. The department has policies in place preventing doctors from prescribing medical cannabis to retired military personnel.

The VA has taken this move because of marijuana’s status as a Schedule I substance. The policy applies even in medical facilities in states with legal medical marijuana. Thirty-three states and the District of Columbia have legalized medicinal cannabis, 10 of which allows recreational use of the plant.

Marijuana laws in these states allow medicinal application for chronic pain, spasms and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) just to name a few. However, Lt. Col. Doug Distaso of the Air Force has not been able to access the plant for therapeutic purposes due to VA’s restrictions. Instead, Distaso was prescribed a ‘drug cocktail’ which causes him to undergo a ‘medicated stupor.’

Aside from Distaso, there are thousands of veterans experiencing chronic pain and treated using opioids. Moreover, these military personnel also retire from service with PTSD. Reports show that there are at least 20 deaths through suicide recorded every day.

According to the Controlled Substance Act (CSA), the Schedule I list is composed of drugs, substances, and chemicals that have nor currently accepted medicinal use and a high potential for abuse. Marijuana is listed along with heroin, LSD and ecstasy.

The US News reports that the VA has only created two opportunities to discuss cannabis for veteran patients when they request information.

Meanwhile, veteran groups such as the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, as well as Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America are calling for reforms to VA’s systems. These groups also promote cannabis for pain management and mental health illnesses. They also recognize the plant’s potential to address the opioid epidemic.

 

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