People who smoke weed have more sex, science says so

Medical researchers found regular blazers have about 20 percent more sex than those who don't pass the doochie to the left.
 
Not all that surprised. Sex while stoned feels amazing. 

Here's a small summary of facts we already know about weed and sex:

- As of 2017, weed is a scientifically confirmed aphrodisiac.

- Weed enhances your senses, making for an extra sensory time in the bedroom.  

- Weed and sex both release dopamine, making for a double whammy happy explosion.

- Weed relieves stress and anxiety, both can be real bummers in the bedroom. Have a couple cones, mellow out, boom boom there's some there's something in my room and sex is back on the menu! 

- Despite folklore around the "cotton vagina", for woman weed can actually help lube you up! Weed is a vasodilator, meaning it opens blood vessels, so it can increase bloodflow in the vagina which causes swelling which then turns into sweating - water - which then turns into natural sexy time lube.

And if that wasn't enough to get us blazing and banging, now the Stanford University School of Medicine has published a study in the official Journal of Sexual Medicine explaining their findings around the link between people who smoke weed on the regs and how much more sex they have compared to those who don't give the ganj a go.   

Researchers analysed 50,000 Americans aged 25 to 45, compiled from 2002 to 2015 by the National Survey of Family Growth.

People were probed about how many times they have had heterosexual intercourse in the past four weeks and how frequently they have smoked that good good over the past 12 months.

The research found - despite popular belief - people smoked weed BEFORE not AFTER sex. Or both. Duh. Read the above benefits. 

They also found women who were daily blazers had sex an average of 7.1 times during the previous four weeks, compared with 6.0 times for those who denied using weed in the the past year.

For dudes, the potheads reported 6.9 sexual encounters in the previous four weeks, compared with 5.6 for non-users. 

The study's senior author, Dr Michael Eisenberg, assistant professor of urology at Stamford explained: "In other words, pot users are having about 20 percent more sex than pot abstainers." 

Great news. Dope even. 

*Insert Ginuwine - 'Pony' here*