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Elevate your pleasure with this infused intimacy oil. Once you try this oil out you’ll never look back. Safe and effective, women swear by the noticeable effects but without the high.
Explore the fascinating world of intimacy oils. Have you ever wondered about the difference between an intimacy oil and a lubricant? Learn how to make your own intimacy oil at home using a base like MCT oil and essential oils for fragrance. Find tips on choosing high-quality oils and being mindful of skin sensitivities. So, why not try making your own intimacy oil and share your feedback? It’s time to take your intimate experiences to a whole new level!
Cannabis fun fact: Did you know someone would have to smoke 1500 pounds of cannabis within 15 minutes to die of a lethal overdose.
Links for Infused Intimacy Oil episode:
- the one I’ve tried Latitude Sex Pot Intimacy Oil – available in Canada – lots of great oils out there!
- cannabis lube can also help with pain during intercourse – article
- one woman’s experience using a cannabis infused intimacy oil – article
- spice up the bedroom with a cannabis infused intimacy oil – article
- 10 essential oils for love, libido and fun in the bedroom – article
- Multi-Use Massage Oil episode
- Bite Me Edibles Journal on Amazon
- amber glass jars on Amazon
- essential oils on Amazon
- used the Ardent to infuse 14g of decarbed cannabis into 2 cups MCT oil
That’s it for this week friends. Please email me any questions, comments, pictures of your creations or anything else, I love hearing from listeners! Direct messages to [email protected] or the podcast hotline.
Cannabis fun fact of the week: Overdosing on cannabis is extremely unlikely.
Exploring the difference between intimacy oil and lubricant, and the benefits of using an intimacy oil for relaxation and enhanced sensation during intimate experiences.
Making an Intimacy Oil
Discussion on making an intimacy oil using infused MCT oil and essential oils for enhanced pleasure during intimate experiences.
Choosing the Right Oil
Exploring the use of MCT oil as a lubricant alternative and the benefits of using it over traditional coconut oil.
Customizing Your Intimacy Oil
Tips for customizing your intimacy oil by adding or omitting essential oils based on personal preference, and the importance of using good quality essential oils.
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Marge (00:01:10) - This week's episode is designed for women and smart partners that love them. We're getting flirty with the DIY intimacy oil. You can thank me later. Welcome to Bite Me, the show about edibles where I help you take control of your high life. I'm your host and certified JE Marge, and I love helping cooks make safe and effective edibles at home. I'm so glad you're here, and thank you for joining me today. Welcome back friends. I'm so glad you're here and we're going to have a fun episode today. But before I get into it, the cannabis fun fact of the week. Did you know that someone would have to smoke 1500 pounds of cannabis within 15 minutes to die of a lethal overdose? That's a staggering amount of weed. I don't know how they figured that out. I will say I would have to be in agreement because I think historically, statistically, there have been no overdoses, co lethal overdoses caused by the consumption of cannabis.
Marge (00:02:13) - We all know, of course, that you can overdose on cannabis and if you're listening to this and you're an edibles lover, you've probably experienced an overdose on edibles yourself and it may feel like you're dying. But the good news is you won't. You just have to ride it out. There's a few different things that you can do to expedite that process because it can be terribly uncomfortable, which is why it's always wise to start low and go slow. But this is a fun little fact the next time somebody's shitting on cannabis and you wanna defend it because there is, you certainly can't say that about a lot of the painkillers and other drugs out there that are widely prescribed. Cannabis is super safe and that's why we're gonna keep talking about it today. We are talking about an intimacy oil that you can use for yourself or with a partner because Valentine's Day is around the corner at the time that I'm recording this.
Marge (00:03:07) - And of course, people's attention suddenly turns to all the romantic things. And while I'm not a huge fan of Valentine's Day, sometimes it feels a little bit like a hallmark holiday. It is a good time to sort of maybe think about some of these things. It is a good time to think about some fun in the bedroom and that's what we're gonna talk about today. So why an intimacy oil and not a lubricant? Well, there's a lot of different reasons for that, but essentially we're making an intimacy oil today and you'll be pleased to hear that they're super easy to make. And of course there's lots of great ones on the market. I've been using these for quite some time myself. I've purchased one to give a plug to one I've actually picked up more than once. When I ran out, I bought it again and that was served of my first introduction to intimacy oil because when I was working at the dispensary, they came out with this and it was just like kind of an fun and exciting new product that was coming out on the legal market a few years, years ago.
Marge (00:04:03) - So I picked one up and I tried it and it was fantastic. I bought the latitude, sex pot intimacy oil, and I liked it so much I bought a second bottle. But essentially what you do with that is you start with 16 drops apply to pleasure zones for heightened sensation and you apply 15 to 20 minutes ahead of time for an enhanced intimate experience. And that is one of the key differences you're going to find between an intimacy oil and a typical lubricant. So let's get into it. So we all know that cannabis, we can eat it, we can smoke it, we use it to treat our pain, we put it on our our skin topically, but you could also use it as a sexual aid. And this is probably a sometimes overlooked use for cannabis of, of course, many of you who've tried it already know the secret like myself.
Marge (00:04:53) - But what's the difference between an intimacy oil and a lube? Well, let's get into that lube. Basically you're going to be using it to facilitate having sex, and the results are media. You apply the lube and then it helps get things going. Most lubes you can use in combination with latex as well. This is an important distinction because a lot of these intimacy oils are oil-based and the one that we're going to be making today is an oil-based intimacy oil. It doesn't really, a lube doesn't really do anything other than get things ready to go so that you can enjoy penetration. Whereas essential oil or an intimacy oil is more of a relaxation aid than a sexual aid. But this is, I feel like a key distinction because for many women, and this is a product, the intimacy oil is designed for women. Being more relaxed is often a huge component of enjoying an intimate experience because if you're in your head, you're thinking about the laundry you have to do or the kids you have to pick up or like any of those things that distract you from what's going on in the moment and not help you feel relaxed, that's really gonna take away.
Marge (00:06:08) - And so many women really just wanna relax and get outta their heads for a few minutes, hopefully for longer than a few minutes. But this is something that can really help. And a lot of these oils are going to take 20 to 40 minutes sometimes to work. So you apply it ahead of time. But that's sort of something that can really add to the experience as well because of course you're applying ahead of time, you're creating a little bit of fun anticipation as well. These central oils are a bit like an experience in and of itself and it makes it better. Sex isn't necessarily required. You can always enjoy a little self pleasure as well. Another note once I already mentioned is that it shouldn't be used in combination with latex because it can cause the latex to break down and then render your protection useless.
Marge (00:06:55) - So don't do that. Be mindful of that. How does it work? There are mucus membranes present in a woman's genitals. The cannabinoids act locally on the cannabinoid receptors. It increases the blood flow to that area and enhances the circulation to magnify sensitivity and sensation. So you put all those things together and you have a very enjoyable experience, which often also includes enhanced lubrication as well. So you have a situation where not only are you feeling more relaxed, you're more out of your head, there's increased blood flow to the area and it magnifies sensitivity. Well, why wouldn't you want to try this out? So another thing to consider is that it's not going to get you high as much as it sounds like it could, from what I just described, it won't get you high. It is a topical, these intimacy oils, and I mean much like using any kind of, any kind of cannabis topical, whether you're using it for arthritis or you're using it for it won't get you high, but it does create profound localized pleasure in your privates.
Marge (00:08:07) - Ladies. Now as always, when you're doing something like this, you're going to want to experiment, work with the dosage. As this one bottle said, you know, 16 to 20 drops, I would recommend getting a like an Amber Glass jar to put this in and with the glass dropper top so that you can apply it carefully. You don't wanna necessarily overdo it, so you should experiment just like anything else. And I might add, I did just come out with a journal for tracking your cannabis edibles experience and you could use that for this as well and see how it works. I, when I made this, I did about half ounce of of cannabis. It was actually already vaped bud that I used for the decarb, so I was able to skip that part. But I used a half ounce of the already vaped bud in an M C T oil that I infused in my ardent.
Marge (00:09:04) - And that was the basis for which I used this particular intimacy oil. The nice thing about making an oil like this with coconut is that it is safe to eat and coconut oil naturally balances the pH of the environment into which it's introduced. So it's not gonna cause you any kind of health concerns and coconut oil exhibits, natural antimicrobial properties as well. So keep in mind it's mainly for the ladies out there that you're going to be putting it on the female genitalia and not the male. And I'd like to point this out as well because I find it fascinating that this is, this is such a wonderful product for women to really get into a special moment and it comes from a female plant. Is it really all that's surprising that this is so beneficial to the women out there that they are enjoying the full benefits of the cannabis plant for which we have such an affinity for?
Marge (00:10:01) - And of course your partner can enjoy it too because if you are feeling great, then whoever you're with is gonna feel great as well. So even though this is designed more for the women to use before sexual experience, anytime you're feeling more relaxed and more comfortable and heightened pleasure, that's going to be beneficial for the partner that you're with as well, why wouldn't you give this a try? That's the real question. Now though, I've looked around and on various recipes and I have to say that most of these recipes, they're so simple to make, they seem way more complicated than they should be. I am remiss to call it d y cannabis lube. You're gonna find that all over the internet. But honestly, it's not a lubricant. Like I explained at the beginning, it is an intimacy oil cuz you're using it more externally than internally.
Marge (00:10:50) - You're looking at an c t oil because that stays liquid. I have used more traditional coconut oil, like you'd buy a big tub of a Costco or whatever as a lube and that can work pretty good as well. Again, as long as you're not using condoms, obviously an Mc T oil remains liquid no matter what the temperature is, unlike coconut oil. So you're going to want to use an mc, an infused MCT oil for this. I also included a few essential oils that suggested various essential oils because I was, you wanna be careful with essential oils, obviously you never want to put an essential oil directly on your skin oftentimes because they can be really powerful and you often need a carrier oil to go with those. So this infused MCT oil worked very well for that. This one web website I found suggested it was Don't Mess With Mama, which was a fun website on making a DIY lubricant.
Marge (00:11:45) - Again, this is going to remain on, this isn't a traditional lubricant that we're doing, but I wanted that combination of essential oils and I thought would be really nice. And she really seems to focus on a lot of essential oils on her website generally speaking. And I added some Elaine Lang, which is a floral scent, some black pepper and peppermint. And that was just added in with the MCT oil and the little glass amber jar that I had. And those glass amber jars, you can buy those easily at craft supply stores. You can pick them up on Amazon. I actually bought like a small box, maybe a box of 12 at Christmas time because I was making all kinds of gifts. And so I had one, I had a couple of extra ones and then you can label it and leave it on your bedside table for whenever you're ready.
Marge (00:12:30) - But of course you don't have to add any kind of essential oils if you don't want to. The great thing about making your own is that you control what goes into it. So if you're like, I don't need any essential oils, I just wanna skip that, or you prefer a different combination, whatever the case might be, then you can do, you can choose, it's a sort of choose your own adventure. Now of course you want to make sure that if you are buying essential oils or picking up essential oils for making this intimate oil that you pick good quality essential oils. You may be surprised to find that some essential oils are pretty fucking expensive. Those probably aren't the ones that you want. Um, trying to remember some of the ones I have fair amount of essential oils cause I really like to use an essential oil diffuser to make a room smell nice or when I'm going to sleep.
Marge (00:13:16) - But I have sometimes been shocked at some of the prices of some of those essential oils out there. None of the ones that I just listed laying, laying black pepper or peppermint are particularly expensive. And you can buy pretty small bottles of them and we're talking like four drops of something or 10 drops or whatever the case might be. But if you can buy the organic, because it is going directly on your, on your pleasure zones as they like to say. So be mindful of that because you want to take care of your body. And that's basically it. It's an infused m c t oil with your choice of essential oils. If you choose to go that route, you put it in the glass, in the uh, glass jar with the dropper top. And again, try and remember to use it 20 to 30 minutes before you are getting frisky in the bedroom.
Marge (00:14:04) - And I would love to hear how you find it if you found that it made a difference. The dropper bottle also helps with precise applications. Put it anything else you're, the area that you're putting on is relatively small and you want precise application too, so you can sort of control the speed at which it comes out. Some of those, it doesn't necessarily have to be a dropper top either. Like the little tops that you can get on essential oils where it really dispenses it drop by drop. Those would also be a good alternative. I'll try and link to some things in the show notes so that you can find them easily on Amazon. But again, you can pick those up at any craft supply stores. We have a Michael's in town. I don't know if that's a Canadian thing or if they have those in America, in uh, the US as well or wherever.
Marge (00:14:43) - But any type of big craft supply place would have those. And again, a link to some of the articles that I found that I, that I found particularly helpful when it came to doing this episode. I have done a massage oil episode in the past. That one was more designed as a traditional massage oil, but I'll include it here anyway, because if you're going out and you're buying some essential oils or you're getting the glass, the glass jars to put it in, then it's a, it's a nice recipe as well. And it is more designed for external use. You get into a few more oils in that one. But again, if you're making infused m c t oil anyway, the base for that particular massage oil was also an c t. And then I think it added ha, hoba and one other. You could play around with that, but it was a lovely combination of essential oil.
Marge (00:15:31) - So that's another one to check out. So I'll link to that in the show notes too. Remember, have fun with it obviously. I mean, we're talking about sexier people have fun with it and I hope that you give this shot, this one a shot. Let me know how it goes. I would love to hear it. I made it and I've tested it out myself and I enjoyed it. Again, I've been using these intimacy oils for a while and I really do find they make a difference. I notice when I forget to use it ahead of time. That's probably the biggest downside to these particular types of products is that you have to remember to do it ahead of time. But then once you find how helpful they are, how, how much they really do help, all those things that we talked about before, you will be less likely to forget.
Marge (00:16:10) - It's not too often that I forget to, to try one now I'm just thinking I'm going on a vacation soon. Sizes this bottle. I could probably bring it with me. Sex and vacations just go together, don't they? In any case, my friends, I hope you enjoyed this episode. Give it a shot, let me know how it goes. And until next week, stay high. Are you tired of trying edibles that are inconsistent and strengthened flavor attempting to figure out your tolerance? Do you want to take control of your edibles experience and find the optimum combination of factors that results in the best outcome? If so, this edibles journal is perfect for you. The Bite Me Edibles Journal provides a convenient and organized way for you to track and record your edibles experience. Whether it's homemade, edibles, or store bought, it includes 48 fillable pages. It's sized eight and a half by 11 for plenty of writing space. Includes information on calculating the potency of homemade edibles and it was created by an edibles expert. Whether you're a seasoned edibles enthusiast, or just starting out on your cannabis journey, the Bite Me Edibles Journal is an essential tool for anyone interested in enjoying their edibles to the fullest. Take control of your high life with this convenient and helpful resource. Add it to your Amazon cart today. Tap the link in the show notes.
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