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Foria2Foria, a new product hitting the news is a marijuana-based aphrodisiac for women expected to hit the shelves of Colorado pot stores next week. The California-based company marketing it claims it to be “the first sexual lubricant designed specifically to improve sex for women.” Foria’s makers claim their product helps women orgasm easier and more deeply but doesn’t get them high.

USA Today reports that it isn’t exactly cheap at $88 for a 1 ounce bottle. How many spritzes can one get out of a 10ml bottle? A 5ml bottle pictured in some articles states that it contains 5 servings, wording not exactly incorrect but perhaps chosen to broaden the marketplace to male customers  because it’s digestible.

This is no date-rape product aimed at males. The instructions show it’s clearly aimed at women as a means to increase their male-optional pleasure: “Apply 4-8 sprays directly onto the clitoris, inner and outer labia and inside the vagina. Each spray contains approximately 2 milligrams of THC. Your body and its needs are unique, so it is recommended that you experiment slowly to learn what serving size is best for you. All 15-30 minutes to relax and absorb the medicine, a great time for foreplay or self-message. Then enjoy alone or with a partner as desired.”

Foria looks like it could be an ideal product for Aspie women to increase their pleasure when they masturbate alone or if on a date. Just duck into the restaurant ladies room before dessert, spritz, and you’ll be ready for a night of pleasure before he’s in your bra.

Right now, it sounds as if it’s available only where marijuana is legal but how long will it take for someone to find a substitute chemical that does the job as well?