Citation: N M. "As an Aphrodesiac: An Experience with Voaconga & Cannabis (herb-enhanced edible) (exp115451)". Erowid.org. May 14, 2021. erowid.org/exp/115451
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Voaconga With Marijuana as an Aphrodesiac
The context is a very loving, sensual and sexual relationship between a woman and a man in their 70s. We started by each taking one “Love” chocolate — a marijuana plus herbs concoction [containing muira puama extract, catuaba extract, theobromine, damiana extract, ashwagandha extract]. We then gave each other a 15 minute erotic massage, then went to bed and continued foreplay. About an hour after taking the marijuana we each took a tiny dose of Voacanga — about 1/20th of a teaspoon. We made love with great pleasure and excitement and my partner ejaculated. I left him to sleep for an hour while I fed the cat and had some food. When I returned and woke him he had a great erection. For the next 3 hours or so we made love together in a variety of ways. He did not ejaculate again, but remained engaged and happy — indeed, I think it’s fair to say that we were both ecstatic the whole time.
Throughout the experience I felt as if I was in at least two places at once; one was in the present, with my partner (I sometimes opened my eyes to see where in the bed I was), while I was also having flashes of different experiences between the ages of 6-14. There seemed to be a clear message; the sensuality I was feeling in the present was part of me in childhood as well, even though I didn’t know it. I come from a very repressed background, and have been gradually learning to enjoy sex fully.
The next day we were both tired, and I have some body aches. My partner had no appetite, and felt slightly nauseous. That was gone on the following day.
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