U.S. study links marijuana use to more sex
‘Pot users are having about 20% more sex,’ researcher finds.
Where there is smoke, there tends to be fire, say medical researchers who conducted research indicating frequent marijuana users have about 20 per cent more sex than those who don’t smoke pot.
Stanford University School of Medicine researchers unveiled the link between marijuana and the frequency of sexual intercourse in a study published Friday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Researchers in California reached their conclusions after a retrospective analysis of data on 50,000 Americans ages 25 to 45, compiled from 2002 to 2015 by the National Survey of Family Growth. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sponsors the survey.