Tinctures & Topicals

Cannabis product review: Quim Rock Curious & Sensitive Intimate Oils

Is cannabis an aphrodisiac? Researchers are furiously seeking to answer this question, but I think the proof is in the pudding. That is to say, each person’s unique experience is a data point, regardless of placebo effect murmurings. And you can be the judge of Quim Rock’s cannabis infused intimate oils.

Quim Rock Curious & Sensitive Intimate Oils. (Courtesy photo)

A company explicitly dedicated to enhancing pleasure and sexual health, their products Curious and Sensitive bring more sensation, elevate libido, and intensify climax. In my humble opinion, these oils rock. “Weed lube” and suppositories have gotten a lot of press and upon trying Quim Rock’s offerings, I can see why. Though I was initially a skeptic – because how different is it really from smoking a particularly luscious joint – I now am a convert.

The key words here are localized pleasure. By applying top-shelf cannabis oil to an intimate area, you’re effectively starting a fire there and then letting pleasure build and spread throughout the body. Using this type of topical feels very different from the experiences of consuming cannabis via smoking, vaping, or through edibles. Not that they are mutually exclusive, but Quim Rock’s intimate oils are specifically made for your pleasure and you don’t necessarily have to get high to get high, if you follow me.

Because it heightens your senses, making pleasure feel extra good, this stuff is awesome even if you don’t usually need a lubricant. Think of it more as a stimulant. And hot tip: Quim Rock’s instructions say to apply about twenty minutes before sensual time to allow for maximum absorption, but I felt a gentle tingling within minutes. Curious has additional essential oils (jasmine and clove) to bring out your wild side, but to be honest, I didn’t sense much of a difference between Quim’s varieties, which are both made with coconut (MCT) oil, cannabis, and tea tree oil.

Be sure to read the rest of our package of reviews of cannabis products to enhance pleasure.

Speaking of which, there’s health benefits to using these oils: the hint of tea tree oil is an antiseptic – which is good for those of you who don’t bother washing your hands before getting down and dirty. It’s also great for anyone who’s prone to yeast infections and/or UTI’s.

The Wrap: Ideal for someone curious about the pleasure-boosting effects of “weed lube,” wants to try an all-natural product, and doesn’t want any psychoactivity.

Potency:  2-ounce bottles (60 ml) with 400mg THC. Recommended use is about 6-8 pumps (8-10mgs of THC) per session.

Price:  Between $35-45

Effects:  10 out of 10.

Availability:  Limited to Northern California and Modesto, but this new and radical company is expanding its reach in 2018, so keep your eyes peeled.


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