The days of baking “special” brownies may now be a thing of the past as a new wave of marijuana-infused products are being introduced in the market, from cannabis lollies to cannabis coffee, since the legalization movement. Now the drug can be a part of your sex life, too — in the form of a personal lubricant for women. Foria, the pleasure enhancement product by founder Mathew Gerson, claims to give women “multiple orgasms over a 15-minute span,” at just $88 per 1-oz. bottle, or 30 servings.

"The product works specifically for women because of the very sensitive and absorbent membrane of the vagina and entire vulva — inner and outer labia and clitoris included,” Gerson told Nerve. The sex lube uses a cannabis oil that contains the psychoactive ingredient — tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — and other cannabinoids, blended with coconut oil, to make it “viscous, slippery, toy-safe, and completely vagina-safe.” The very sensitive and absorbent membrane of the vagina and entire vulva makes this product ideal for women, since coconut oil can also help fight off yeast infections.

Gerson admits he’s been a fan of using coconut oil as personal lube, and his product is only a further enhancement to female pleasure. Introducing marijuana in a very, very distilled, and very pure oil form to the female body through the vagina to achieve orgasms and a “sex high” is a modern technique, but not completely out of the ordinary. “Introducing medicines, and compounds, and different drugs through the vagina is something that both modern doctors and doctors throughout history have done,” he said.

Foria has been lab-tested for potency and purity and is free of pesticides and residual solvents. Still, this marijuana lube may raise some eyebrows and leave the health-conscious worried about THC in their vaginas. Some users of the product have already testified to Foria’s claims: "After using Foria, not only did I have multiple orgasms in a short amount of time, I experienced a deep relaxation of the mind, body and soul," wrote a customer on the company’s website. It is not known, though, whether the lube gave the user a burning desire for the munchies.

Users solely looking for a high may want to stick with smoking cannabis rather than choosing Foria. In the FAQ section, it states "the majority of women who try Foria topically report that they do not get "high" and that their experiences are more sensual in nature.” Moreover, the company adds that "the psychoactive [e]ffects of getting "high" when taken orally are consistent with other edible medical marijuana products."

Reactions to marijuana ingestion can vary, especially due to no studies on taking marijuana products vaginally to help consumers form an opinion. It is advised to be used with caution. For those who have never smoked or ingested marijuana, it’s best to steer clear of this product if it’s your first high.

Unfortunately, for men, the penis isn’t as absorbent as the vagina, meaning they won’t feel the effects of the medical marijuana lube. However, Gerson tells male partners to fret not. Foria is currently working on male enhancement products with a potential weed-infused lube. Until then, the main focus of this product is to enhance the well-being of people and their sexual experience.

It is left up to the medical marijuana-licensed public to determine whether this lube is a tool for female relaxation. Foria is only available to California residents who have a valid physician’s recommendation letter, according to the site. The marijuana lube is expected to be available in Colorado and Washington this summer.