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Sexual Arousal, Libido, and ED Treatment - Marijuana vs. Viagra


Medical marijuana is legal in Mississippi, and you can get your medical card to start accessing dispensaries today! Millions of Americans are switching from prescription medications to cannabis because of its many health benefits.


Cannabis can help with a whole host of medical conditions and symptoms including chronic pain, sleep disorders, and more. But did you know it can also increase libido and act as a form of Viagra?


That’s right! Marijuana has increased in popularity for a natural sexual dysfunction treatment as well. It comes without the harsh side effects and offers an organic way to increase libido in both men and women.


Viagra is very popular, but not everyone can benefit from it. It also comes with side effects and risks including painful erections, vision and hearing loss, stroke, and heart problems. People with certain medical conditions are also not supposed to take Viagra.


Although Viagra is intended for men, women actually have more issues with libido. Hormonal irregularities, stress, medical conditions, and more can throw things off for women, which impacts their sexual performance.


Some women try to take Viagra and find that it helps them, too. However, women should not take Viagra. It is made for men only, and the side effects can be worse for women who take it. Fortunately, cannabis can help both men and women with libido.


Marijuana and Arousal

Cannabis directly targets libido which improves sexual response in both men and women. Our endocannabinoid system regulates feelings like relaxation, pain, and pleasure. When we use cannabis, our endocannabinoid system is stimulated.


Marijuana is known to change the mood of the user, which can help with libido. Relaxation and a clear head is vital for libido and sexual health, and cannabis can help to clear the mind in general.


Although many people benefit from cannabis for sexual arousal and pleasure, some people may not. Cannabis is not one size fits all and it affects everyone differently. There really is no way to know if it will help your sexual health until you try it.


A low libido is not a qualifying condition for medical cannabis in any state with an official program. However, if you have another qualifying condition, you can kill two birds with one stone!


Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Mississippi

Schedule a medical marijuana evaluation online today with one of our compassionate, qualified physicians, and we’ll book an appointment for you just as soon as Mississippi’s medical marijuana market is up and running.


You’ll meet with your new doctor and learn what medical marijuana might do for you. Act soon to find out if you qualify for a Mississippi Marijuana Card.


 

Doctors Who Care.

Relief You Can Trust.


Helping you find health and wellness through safe and convenient access to medical marijuana is our primary goal at Mississippi Marijuana Card. We’re working hard to educate advocates and cynics alike about the unique benefits medical cannabis can offer, building an accessible informational library of all things Mississippi and medical marijuana in the process.


If you have any questions, we’re ready to answer them. Call us at (833) 781-6635, or simply reserve a medical marijuana evaluation!


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