I'm there with her...naked...my arms filled with herb.
Thousands of years before the time of Christ, the cannabis hemp plant was Earth's largest agricultural crop that produced the majority of fiber, fabric, lighting oil, paper, incense and medicines. Hemp was also the primary source of essential food, oil and protein for humans and animals.
From 1776 until 1937, hemp was a major American crop that supplied textiles, paper and medicines. This hardy plant grows 6 to 8 feet tall in one season and sends oxygen into our atmosphere. Using hemp could slow down deforestation that also provides our atmosphere with oxygen along with all the other material goods. So we might wonder why America would declare war on such a beneficial plant.
I'm a 30 year old, self-employed female who has been in a long term (5 year) relationship with a man, two years my senior. We're both relatively healthy, attractive, and out-going. As can (probably) be expected, we have sex a lot more infrequently these days than we did in the first three years of our relationship, when we weren't running our own business, and things were still pretty new.
A lot of days I'm too run down to initiate sex. I would rather veg out for a half hour to a tv show and then go to sleep than to have sex. Also, I'm not nearly as horny as I was when I was younger (teen - mid 20s). I have no children, and no plans to.
Recently, I smoked a little bit of pot and noticed a significant increase in my libido.
Thanks Stevanne for sending this along. Looks like a lot of us old seventies hippies will continue to remember how much sexual pleasure we had until AIDS was upon us. I still think the government had a hand in creating this disease to control sexual freedom which was threatening the status quo.
Two new studies suggest that substances usually associated with dulling the mind -- marijuana and red wine -- may help ward off Alzheimer's disease and other forms of age-related memory loss. Their addition comes as another study dethrones folk remedy ginkgo biloba as proof against the disease.