CBD Suppositories May Make You Better At Sex

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Great Sex, better connection, deeper orgasms

Sex is a fundamental part of human connection, contributing to emotional bonding and overall well-being. Unfortunately, bad sex is more common than we think. One in eight women and one in 20 men say they lack enjoyment during sex. The good news is that sometimes it is easily fixed.

Various factors can impact pleasure and in recent years, CBD suppositories have emerged as a potential wonder to improve sex. CBD suppositories may reduce anxiety, decrease pain, and increase blood flow.

CBD suppositories offer a unique avenue for enhancing sexual experiences by targeting ECS receptors in the pelvic region, the ECS plays a crucial role in regulating various physiological functions, including mood, pain perception, and stress response. CBD suppositories may reduce anxiety, decrease pain, and increase blood flow.

  1. CBD's anxiolytic properties can promote relaxation and reduce performance anxiety, allowing individuals to feel more comfortable and present during sexual activity.
  2. CBD's analgesic effects may alleviate discomfort or pain associated with conditions like dyspareunia (painful intercourse), enhancing overall pleasure and satisfaction.
  3. CBD's vasodilatory effects may enhance blood flow to pelvic organs, including the genitals, potentially leading to heightened arousal and sensation. This increased blood flow can contribute to enhanced lubrication, sensitivity, and overall sexual enjoyment.

Below we dive deeper into the science behind CBD's role in enhancing sexual pleasure and intimacy.

Why Are So Many Of Us Having Bad Sex?

Sex involves the physical, emotional, and psychological parts of us, and these all contribute to your ability to achieve or give an orgasm.


  • Stress and Anxiety: Elevated stress levels can inhibit sexual arousal and response. They can also provide a brain distraction that prevents you from being truly present in the moment and connecting to your pleasure centers in your sexy parts.
  • Connection Issues: A communication barrier or unresolved conflict with the person, lover, or whatever your situation person you are involved with can diminish intimacy.

Physical Factors: 

  • Hormonal Imbalance: Fluctuations in hormone levels, such as low testosterone or estrogen dominance, can affect libido and sexual function.
  • Painful Intercourse: Conditions like vaginismus or endometriosis can cause discomfort during sex, leading to avoidance or dissatisfaction.
  • Vulva or Penis or Anus tears or abrasions, if ignored can exacerbate pain.
  • Orgasmic Disorder: Rarely—or never—being able to reach orgasm, even when sexually aroused

External Factors:

  • Performance Pressure: Unrealistic expectations or societal pressures can create anxiety and hinder sexual performance.
  • Lack of Communication: Open communication about desires, preferences, and concerns is essential for fostering intimacy and satisfaction.

Reminder Of The Basics To Have Great Sex

Step 1: Acknowledge that bad sex is normal, it happens.

Step 2: Accept sex is not perfect, it is messy and awkward and silly and nobody actually knows what they are doing.

Step 3: Accept Sex is not consistent, you will not get the same body response every time. Even when you try the same position, timing etc. Every single time your body will respond differently. Accept this.

Step 4: Use Lube. Or have it handy. Your body's lubrication is NOT a true indicator of your arousal levels.

Step 5: Take responsibility for your pleasure.

Step 6: Use a CBD Suppository, it may increase your blood flow. Enhanced lubrication, sensitivity, and overall sexual enjoyment can result from this increased blood flow.

Debunking Common Misconceptions About Bad Sex

Myth: Bad sex is solely a result of physical factors.

Reality: Psychological and emotional factors play a significant role in good sex.

Myth: Bad sex is solely my fault and I must tackle this on my own.
Reality: Whilst it is important to have an understanding of what gives you pleasure, it is equally important for you to communicate these to the person you are playing with, and for them to hold space for these asks. 

Myth: Sexual Pain is normal and I need to bear it.

Reality: Sex should not be painful, stop and slow down or take a break if sex is ever painful.

Myth: Good sex always ends in an orgasm.
Reality: Good sex does not need to end in an orgasm, good sex is what you define it as - perhaps it is when you feel nurtured and connected, perhaps it is an orgasm, perhaps it is the skin-to-skin contact and intimacy with your person. 

How Do CBD Suppositories Get You Better At Sex?

CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) which regulates various physiological processes, including mood, pain perception, and sexual function. Below we list the latest results from recent clinical trials and studies.

  • CBD's potential vasorelaxant effect on the cardiovascular system may lead to improved blood flow, potentially enhancing libido.

  • In women with sexual arousal disorder, CBD showed promise in improving sexual function and satisfaction.

  • Studies in rats suggest that CBD can enhance erectile function by increasing blood flow to the penis.

  • CBD holds promise as a treatment for anxiety-related disorders, including performance anxiety, which may impact sexual performance.

  • Research indicates that CBD effectively reduces pain and inflammation in women with vulvodynia, a condition characterized by chronic vulva pain.

  • CBD was observed to elevate oxytocin levels in the brains of rats, indicating its potential to foster social bonding and alleviate social anxiety.

  • CBD's influence on dopamine levels in the brain suggests its potential in regulating mood, motivation, and sexual function.

CBD Suppositories May Make You Better At Sex

What's the Best Way to use CBD Suppostiories for Better Sex?

Our Mello Bottoms contain 75MG of CBD sourced from pure, full-spectrum hemp. Through testing and experimentation, we've found that one suppository provides the ideal dosage for enhancing sexual pleasure.

Insert the suppository before you get started, use this process in your foreplay, and have your lover insert it for you. These have been designed for vaginal or anal usage. It is entirely a personal preference. Once they melt the CBD will be absorbed by the large blood vessels and get to work. 

We do find that it helps to insert these where you wish to be penetrated, anal or vaginal, they can provide muscle relaxation and additional lubrication which can intensify and deepen your pleasure. 

Our CBD suppositories are specifically designed for sexual health and may provide targeted relief for issues such as pain or discomfort during sex. We recommend you experiment with them to find your best dosage and method of use. Start with what we recommend and play as you like. 

Do CBD Suppositories have any Negative Side Effects on Sex?

There is currently no evidence to suggest that CBD has any negative effects on sexual health or function, but individual responses can vary.

It is important to note that CBD should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment or advice, and anyone with concerns about their sexual health or function should consult a healthcare professional. 

Additionally, it is recommended to start with a lower dose of CBD and gradually increase it as needed to avoid any potential adverse effects.

Is CBD Safe to Use With Medications?

It is important to talk to your healthcare provider before using CBD with medications or have any underlying health conditions. CBD can interact with certain medications, such as blood thinners, and may increase or decrease their effects. 

Is CBD Safe to Use With Toys?

Our CBD Suppositories primarily contain coconut oil, which is generally safe to use with silicone, glass, metal, and stone sex toys. However, it's not advisable to use rubber, plastic, or wood toys, as it may cause material degradation and potential harm.

Always check the manufacturer's recommendations listed on your sex toy.

Trust us, and our products to help you find the relief you need for a more satisfying and enjoyable sex life.