Also known as ED, erectile dysfunction has been recognized as a significant issue amongst men since the 1990s. If you suffer from it, your first instinct may be to remain silent. After all, for generations, a lack of understanding led many people to associate ED with reduced masculinity. In reality, though, the condition is more nuanced than that. It can happen for a variety of reasons but is more prevalent in men as they get older.
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Is ‘Weed Dick’ a Thing?
Dr. Tishler noted these concerns, yet remains adamant that almost all sexual issues respond well when treated with cannabis. These problems include ED, low libido, and premature ejaculation. He was keen to point out that the dosage was all-important. According to Dr. Tishler, it is tough to keep an erection “when your head is orbiting Jupiter.”
Not at all! The entire issue is extremely confusing. There is ample research that suggests cannabis is potentially suitable for men with ED. A longitudinal study by Halikas et al. was published in the International Journal of the Addictions in 1985. The study focused on 100 regular weed users from 1968-1970. The research team managed to locate and interview 97 of them 6-8 years later. A significant number of weed users said that cannabis enhanced their sexual experience.
Aversa et al. published a study in 2008 in the International Journal of Impotence Research. It claimed that regular cannabis use was associated with dysfunction in the cells of the corpus cavernosum responsible for producing nitric oxide. When there is a decrease in the production of this gas, you can forget about having an erection, let alone sustaining one.
For some men, marijuana use and sexual dysfunction could be linked.
How marijuana affects the body depends on the plants used to prepare the mixture.
Fertility problems are possible in men who use marijuana. Chemicals in the drug can affect sperm cells’ ability to swim toward an egg and fertilize it.
Marijuana may also influence a person’s judgment, leading to risky sexual situations like unsafe sex or sex with a stranger. Such scenarios could increase the chances of sexually transmitted infections or unplanned pregnancy.
When cannabinoids bind with cannabinoid receptors, different effects can occur. For example, if THC is binding, a person may see changes in mood, perception, and behavior. He or she may also become more anxious. On the other hand, if CBD is binding, the person may feel less anxious or less depressed.
Smoking stems and seeds doesn’t provide an up and they shouldn’t be smoked.
lol .. I’m just imagining someone packing their bowl with a buncha seeds.. *popopopopop*
I don’t see how seeds could do anything like that. I’m gonna have to say it’s a myth.. If seeds did it, then why wouldn’t the herb itself have such an affect?
But seeds are known to cause head aches if smoked.. Never have for me though..