Everyday, if you tune into a radio station or TV station, you will hear or see a commercial about products designed to help men with E.D. Dozens of products advertised everyday to help men with their issues. We rarely even hear mentioned the issues that many women face with their sexual drive, and fewer still products that are designed around women’s needs. That has all changed. GH-Labs has cultivated a strain of pure sativa that is a natural libido enhancer for women.
When GH-Labs founder Vance was speaking with his friend who had spent eleven years cultivating a special strain of cannabis to alleviate his wife’s multiple sclerosis symptoms, he discovered that the plant had a libido enhancing effect.
“It really helps her MS, but the side effect of it being a libido enhancer was what I was really interested in,” he said. “It could help a lot of women out there who have trouble with their libido.”
So, Vance took a clone to his lab in 2014. And in 2015, the Pinkpuff, a pure sativa plant (GH169, patent pending), hit the New Mexico and Denver markets as a female-libido enhancer in a disposable vape pen.
No scientific studies have been performed just yet. “Based upon the fact that out of the fifty men and women we tested, it energized the men and raised most of the women’s libido, my theory is that it is affecting hormone levels. It seems to mimic an androgen, like testosterone, in the body. Androgens, such as testosterone, are precursors to estrogens. So it could potentially change the balance of hormones in the human body or temporarily give the effect of an increase of a specific hormone.”
GH-Labs has been developing the product for re-launch in the New Mexico market as we gear up for full recreational sales in the state in 2022. If you are seeking help with sexual drive and are a medical marijuana card-holder, ask about Pinkpuff at your dispensary. Pinkpuff will be available in January 2022.