Intimacy Natural Lubricant with CBD
Lube is for everyone, every time. This bedroom essential was designed to provide all-natural moisture, with 200mg broad-spectrum CBD to enhance arousal, soothe and excite.
What goes on your body is absorbed by your body, which is why our lube is all-natural and free of added chemicals, with only two organically-grown ingredients.
Does CBD belong in your bedroom? The short answer is absolutely – and here’s why.
Used topically, CBD promotes increased bloodflow – a vital part of arousal and sexual pleasure.
CBD helps relax muscles & ease tension, supporting comfort where it counts.
Painful sex is more common than you’d think. CBD has been shown to help manage pain – gently and naturally.
Want to learn more? Check out this blog!
Organic MCT Coconut Oil. Broad-spectrum extract from USDA organic-certified, regeneratively-grown USA hemp (200mg Active CBD)
Free of alcohol, petroleum-based ingredients, phthalates, glycerin, parabens and dyes. Never tested on animals. Vagina-friendly PH.
Use generously, solo or with a partner, and find out how dirty a clean lube can be.
NOT FOR USE WITH LATEX OR POLY-ISOPRENE. Any condoms, diaphragms or toys must be oil-safe materials.
Allergens: avoid use if you (or your partner) are allergic to any ingredients. Contains coconut oil, which is considered a “tree nut.”
Keep out of reach of children & pets.
If you are pregnant or take pharmaceutical drugs, please consult your physician before use.
Don’t slip! Avoid use in the shower or bathtub.
Every ingredient and every batch of final product is independently tested for purity & potency. View a summary of test results for each batch here.
1. What’s the difference between Awaken & Lube?
Awaken and Lube are unique, but designed to work together.
End user: Awaken is designed for women and people with vulvas. Lube can be enjoyed by any body.
Use: Awaken isn’t lube – it’s meant to be applied before sexual activity, to activate arousal. Lube keeps everything slippery and juicy and can be used generously for a sensual, moisturizing glide.
Ingredients: Awaken is made with 9 organic plant-based aphrodisiacs, including Kava Kava, cacao, and CBD from broad-spectrum hemp extract. Lube has just two all-natural ingredients – broad-spectrum CBD and organic MCT coconut oil.
Our community has found Awaken’s unique formula especially helpful for support with painful conditions like endometriosis, postpartum recovery, menopause challenges, vaginismus, and vulvodynia. The 200mg of CBD in Lube supports muscular relaxation and enhanced bloodflow.
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5 Best CBD Lubes to Buy in 2021, According to Experts
Your vagina won’t feel high, but it may get very, very happy.
When you find “the one” you can just feel it—and you breathe a giant sigh of relief, because let’s face it: It’s hard to find a keeper. We’re talking here not about the perfect partner (ain’t no such thing!) but a go-to lubricant that makes sex, no matter how you have it or with whom, reliably more enjoyable.
And because CBD is in everything from dog treats to bath bombs, it was only a matter of time before it wound up in your privates. The question is, what do lubes containing CBD do and should you try one?
Let’s start with personal lubricants in general: Even if you don’t have a problem with vaginal dryness (hormonal changes as with breastfeeding or menopause can make things less-than-moist) or pain during sex (caused by various conditions), extra moisture can make sex more fun. Among other more romantic and esoteric things, “Sex is basically applied friction for pleasure, and lubrication can facilitate smoother interaction,” says Brandye Wilson-Manigat, M.D., an OB GYN in Pasadena, CA. You may generate your own wetness just fine, but “using a lube can change the sensation and will usually up the pleasure factor,” she says.
So how might CBD—short for cannabidiol, a compound found primarily in the flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant that does not make you high — help make sex more comfortable and even give you better orgasms, as many women say they’ve found with some of these products? “CBD may increase the level of sensation, because it’s it causes vasodilation,” says Dr. Wilson-Manigat, meaning it widens the veins to bring more blood to the area. But CBD may also have antianxiety and anti-inflammatory properties, she says. “For women who are having trouble with things like vestibulitis and vaginismus, they might benefit from using that type of lube because it decreases sensation of pain,” she says.
Note the use of the word “may” in all of the above. That’s because “there really is no scientific research on CBD on being used in the vagina or as a personal lubricant,” says Stacia Woodcock, Pharm.D., a dispensary manger for Curaleaf, who is steeped in the science. In fact, there hasn’t been much firm data on CBD for most almost any use, and people’s responses are highly individual. Woodcock says that women’s sexual pain issues don’t get nearly as much attention as they should, but while she’s glad women are seeing relief, it’s hard to separate the placebo effect from the effect of the CBD itself. “I would love to see real research behind it. If it is what people are saying, and we can know more about it, we can put it to use to better help women,” she says.
The other big unknown is CBD dosing—we don’t know much about how much people should take or even, Woodcock says, how or how much gets absorbed through mucous membranes like the vagina and the mouth. For that reason, you want to “start low and go slow,” the same advice you’d follow if you were taking CBD orally. CBD is thought to be safe; typically, “The biggest thing is that it can make you super drowsy and tired, and that will take a few hours go away,” says Dr. Wilson-Manigat. You’ll want to do a patch test on your arm to make sure you’re not allergic to any ingredient, and bear in mind that a lube may contain ingredients (such as capsaicin or peppermint) that can make things a too tingly or irritate your skin. (You’re advised to check with your doc before using CBD, as it can change your blood levels of certain medications, says Dr. Wilson-Manigat.)
Lastly, look for a brand that is transparent about ingredients and does third party testing, adds Woodcock. “It’s a sensitive area, and you don’t want to use a product that might have heavy metals or pesticides,” she says. “And just because it says “CBD lube” doesn’t mean there’s any CBD in there.” (All recs in this story are independently tested by a third party.)
Ready to dip in? Here are some brands to try.
These are some of the best brands of vaginal lubricants that contain CBD, a compound usually derived from hemp that does not get you high.