Alright, so it’s official.
The Stanford University’s School of Medicine posted a Journal of Sexual Medicine that showed the overall usage of marijuana resulted in more sex.
Michael Eisenberg and Andrew Sun took the results of more than 50,000 people. 28,176 women and 22,943 men were analyzed for the study. Participants were between the ages of 25-45, averaging at 29 years old for both sexes.
Women who smoked had sex 7.1 times on average in one month, compared to women who didn’t smoke, at a 6 time average.
Men smokers got down and dirty 6.9 times in a month, compared to 5.6 for non-smokers, a 1.3 spike in average.
In the past, studies have come out that have propose that pot kills a man’s sex drive, but the recent published Stanford study suggests that all is well, my friends.
24.5 percent of men reported to have smoked in the past 4 weeks, 10.0 points higher than the 14.5 percent of women.
Eisenberg tells the Huffington Post,
“Once we found the positive association between marijuana use and sexual frequency, I thought there were be some groups for whom this pattern did not exist. For example, I thought there would be differences based on age, race/ethnicity, education and marital status but for every group examined, we saw the same association.”
But Eisenberg warns us not to get too excited yet.
“Correlation does not equal causation. More research in this area is needed. I think this represents an important opportunity to understand this association.”
High sex is the best sex.