Shaped like a weed leaf and cleverly named, the Mary Jane Vibrator is giving marijuana enthusiasts a whole new kind of buzz in the bedroom. For around $80, interested parties can purchase the exclusive massager and experience all the good vibes it has to offer.
Marijuana memorabilia can be found everywhere. From hats and sweatshirts you can smoke, to lotions, drinks, and even cookie cutters, the market for weed related items is growing larger and larger every day. Adult toy company, Ganja Vibes, is helping to expand the market further with the introduction of the world’s first Mary Jane Vibrator.
Social media is the driving force behind sales of The Mary Jane Vibrator, and users are not hesitating to share their excitement about the product. The toy created quite a stir during its release last week, spawning #GetHighGetOff. The soft, green, silicone cover lends itself well to being photographed, and the extreme amount of ridges instantly catches the eye. It’s no wonder the internet is exploding over this thing.
Creator of Ganja Vibes, Heather B., knew what she was doing when she came up with the idea for the product. She worked with American designer, Carl Conlee, who also happens to have a tenure working for NASA. The two came up with a design that is not only appealing to the body, but also visually appealing, ensuring customers an even more intense experience.
Heather B. is just as excited about the product as her followers.
“I enjoy using my Mary Jane Vibrator to massage my jaw when I clench at night. I like to massage my entire face when I have a migraine and also place it under the nape of my neck to soothe pain. I love to use it for intimate, triple stimulation play whenever I’m too far away from my love. I’m most excited to use my Mary Jane Vibrator with my lover in all kinds of fun ways!”
Who could disagree with a statement like “triple stimulation play?”
What You’ve All Been Waiting For
The Mary Jane Vibrator is currently stocked and available for sale. Customers are guaranteed satisfaction from the powerful vibrating pleasure egg, housed inside the silicone cannabis cover. The toy also features multi-speed wheel control for optimal ease of handling and maximum intensity, and a four foot durable cord to allow for comfort and easy access when using with a partner or alone. It all comes tied up in an emerald, satin, drawstring pouch just waiting to be undone.
Oh, and it’s waterproof.
Packaging and delivery are also guaranteed to be discrete, ensuring nosy neighbors are none the wiser.
If you’re in the market for a new massager, The Mary Jane Vibrator seems like a safe way to go. The sleek design and rich textures pull customers in, enticing them to make the $80 investment. The benefits outweigh the costs with this one.
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We are the music makers,
And we are the dreamers of dreams,
Wandering by lone sea-breakers,
And sitting by desolate streams;
—World-losers and world-forsakers,
On whom the pale moon gleams:
Yet we are the movers and shakers Of the world for ever,
Introducing the world’s first cannabis leaf teaser pleaser, generating gradual vibration and maximum intensity.
Powered by the most reliable pleasure egg vibrator
TPR ganja sleeve
ABS controller, ABS pleasure egg
Multi speed plush custom wheel controller
2 AA batteries (not included)
Vibrator dimensions are L: 9″ x W: 2″ x H: 8″
Controller dimensions are L: 3.5″ x W: 1.5″ x H: 10″
4ft durable cord
Safe and pure
Instructions & Care
Silk satin storage pouch
Reusable/ recyclable box
And one day I’m going to grow up and make a toy that all of my ganja loving sisters and brothers will love. It will bring pleasure and relaxation. It will bring Cannabis into the homes of those who don’t smoke anymore yet miss having Mary Jane being a part of their lives. It will slowly make cannabis more mainstream, even more mainstream then sex. Partner play is about to become so much more fun. Your boyfriend will be so excited to bring home the first toy he’s ever truly related with in more ways than one.
The perfect gift for your ganja lover! Coming this holiday season.
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Ganja Vibes®️ first concepts were brought to life through design by the great industrial designer C. C. IV. This image is from the morning we poured up the very first Mary Jane Vibrator®️ prototype. C.C. IV had worked not only as a industrial design professor, but also as an industrial designer for NASA many years when I contracted him to help. Now that he’s not, we may officially say….Ganja Vibes®️ Mary Jane Vibrator®️ is in fact, NASA grade design!
According to These Adult Film Stars, Marijuana Makes Sex Way Better
Natural ways to improve your sex life
A shaman, or medicine man, is not only an expert in the use of plants for healing and religious purposes, but also to make sure that the members of his (or her) tribe produce sufficient offspring. Many ancient rituals were known as “fertility rites”, during which participants ingested special herb mixtures to improve their potency and sexual drive. Some of these rites were orgiastic in nature, strenghtening the sense of community amongst its members. Many of these societies were matrilineal, in other words: family lines were traced through the mothers rather than the fathers. Such tribes held the feminine in high regard, and often had a Goddess (the “Great Mother”) as their supreme deity. Later societies became much more patriarchal, with a male God who condemned sex for pleasure.
The science of aphrodisiacs (“love potions”) was an important aspect of Ayurveda, the medicinal system of ancient India, and many other traditions throughout the world. Although many aphrodisiacs have no scientific basis but are instead the result of primitive superstition (for example the use of animal products like the horns of a rhinoceros), many of the herbs that have been used for millenia do indeed increase the flow of blood to the genitals, or alter one’s consciousness in a way that’s beneficial to lovemaking.
Aphrodisiacs are meant to improve the sexual potency and endurance, but are meant for healthy individuals. Contrary to modern pharmaceuticals, they do not artificially stimulate an erection. They may strengthen the erection, but if there’s no sexual stimulus, the effects will hardly be noticed.
The products on our website are not medicines, and should not be taken as such. They enhance but do not cure. This means they are milder, safer and generally don’t have side-effect. Many manufacturers and webshops use terms like “herbal Viagra” to attract customers, but the fact is that no herb or combination of herbs can ever match the effects of synthetic pharmaceuticals.
There are a couple of herbs and nutrients that are included in practically every “herbal V” formula on the market. We’ll discuss these below. But first let us discuss one herb that’s never included, because it’s illegal in most countries, and is best ingested by smoking or using a vaporizer. That herb is, some of you might have guessed, cannabis.
In various Hindu texts cannabis is glorified as the favorite aphrodisiacs of the gods. Experience confirms that cannabis adds an interesting dimension to one’s love making. It doesn’t increase the blood flow to the genitals like other aphrodisiacs do, but it alters one’s state of mind in such a way that makes having sex so much more pleasurable, both for him and her.
Although cannabis has some side effects that may be experienced as bothersome, particularly dry mouth and cold hands, it’s a muscle relaxant and tends to put one in a patient and “devotional” state of mind, in which pleasure of the partner is seen as much more important than one’s own gratification. Cannabis combines well with tantric techniques (described further below), aimed at delaying orgasm.
There’s no doubt that psychedelics, like shrooms and LSD, can give amazing sexual experiences. However, because of the unpredictable nature of these substances, and their long duration, they are rarely taken for their aphrodisiacal qualities alone. Especially on a higher dosage it’s difficult to stay focused, as one may easily become distracted by external and internal stimuli. There is however considerable evidence that in the fertility rites mentioned above, natural psychedelics played a central role. It’s also obvious from the sexual freedom practiced and promoted by the hippies that psychedelic drugs enhance sexual expression and release one from outdated moral restrictions (Western culture’s puritan past).
Although popular, Maca (Lepidium meyenii) doesn’t have a strong or immediate effect. It contains various nutrients that make one more healthy and virile, but sexual arousal is generally not enhanced. Maca is useful for both men and women. It gives energy, reduces anxiety and supports the endocrine system. Maca has also been shown to improve sperm production, sperm motility, and semen volume. Because of Maca’s low strength, it’s best to take either an extract, or mix a larger quantity of Maca powder through a drink, and take it on a daily basis.
Damiana (Turnera diffusa) is one of the best natural and legal aphrosiacs around. It gives a mild “high” that lasts approximately 2 hours, and which is very conducive to romance and love making. Damiana is also suitable for both men and women. For a significant dose, it’s best to get damiana leaves and make a tea, or mix some damiana powder through a drink. If taken on an empty stomach the effects will be noticable within 20 minutes.
Horny Goat Weed
Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium) is a herb that was well known in Traditional Chinese Medicine but is now widely available throughout the world. The active ingredient is icariin, which is said to work by increasing levels of nitric oxide, relaxing smooth muscle, resulting in increased blood pressure within the penis. It’s one of the most reliable natural aphrodisiacs, especially suitable for men.
This is a common amino acid that, when taken in higher doses, increases the level of nitric oxide, thus giving an effect similar to the one described for Horny Goat Weed. Modern “spanish fly” productsgenerally contain L-arginine rather than substances derived from insects. To experience an optimal effect, L-arginine is best taken on an empty stomach.
Tantra is a term that’s often used to describe methods of merging sexuality and spirituality, and either delaying orgasm or forgoing it altogether. It’s beyond the scope of this article to give a detailed account of tantric techniques, but the following information is worth mentioning.
A common problem amongst teenagers, and adults as well, is premature orgasm. If one simply gives in to one’s impulses, orgasm will come very quickly. This is how nature has designed our bodies: to optimize chances of reproduction, ejaculation of sperm must come quickly. Naturally, the person to have orgasm first is the man, to the disappointment of the woman. To avoid this problem, one must take it very slow, especially in the beginning. There is even a “sexual position” named Kareeza, wherein the partners simply embrace eachother, without moving. For those who regularly experience a premature orgasm, this may actually be a great way to start. After extended foreplay and then penetration, simply embrace eachother for 2 to 5 minutes, without moving. This will allow the highly aroused nervous system to relax a bit, while the excretion of bodily fluids helps to reduce friction. If one then starts to move again, slowly at first, it will take much longer before he gets to the point of no return. And if the man feels he’s nearing that point of no return, he can simply switch back to Kareeza for a couple of seconds or minutes. If he becomes experienced in this method, it’s possible to get to a stage where even very fast movement will not result in a premature orgasm, and the love making may last as long as he wants.
Not only his partner will benefit from this approach: a delayed orgasm tends to be much stronger and pleasurable than one that’s reached within one or five minutes. One also raises the chance of climaxing together, which is extremely pleasing, especially for lovers.
In our book store we’ve got a couple of books on the history and usage of natural aphrodisiacs, and related topics.
The Magical & Ritual Use of Aphrodisiacs by Richard Allan Miller
The Magical & Ritual Use of Herbs by Richard Allan Miller
Sacred Mushrooms of the Goddess by Carl Ruck
Have you ever sat back and considered how sex and weed are truly so similar?
You set out with intention
Cultivating the experience
With the right environment
Now full-bodied and readied
Feel ecstasy, the passion
Experience the immaculate
So many ways to feel
So many ways to touch, taste, penetrate you
So many ways to consume
Hash burning so hot
Smoke, vapors rising
Then just like that
The smoke circle
To let go
To feel good
To be in and out of your body at the same damn time
Never again to exist in the very same way
Never again to be replicated just so
Your memories the proof
Your nerves the reminder
Your mind’s eye set to wonder
Find the same high
Will you find her
~ Ganja Vibes
It’s true: Singer Jhené Aiko doesn’t mind getting high sometimes.
On her ethereal new album Souled Out and in person, she’s open about this, as she’s open about most things. During a visit to BuzzFeed’s New York office, the singer, mother, and free spirit explained why weed is a part of her life.
1. Smoking weed can unlock your creativity.
Especially in the studio, Aiko said. A self-identified “social smoker, not a pothead,” she said smoking can help open her mind and allow it to tap into ideas she didn’t know she had. The best ideas, she said, always come not when she’s most high, but when she’s coming down.
2. And bring you closer with your girl friends.
Aiko said when she’s smoking weed with other women, they crack hilarious jokes, but also open up. Being high can facilitate deep, emotional conversations, not just goofy ones.
3. It can soothe cramps and headaches.
4. And can be a way to claim some time that’s just for you.
On the song “Blue Dream,” Aiko sings to a strain of weed of the same name like it’s a lover. Her enthusiasm, she said, isn’t because she thinks smoking weed is a good replacement for a romantic relationship, but because she cherishes the time she spends getting high as time she takes for herself. It’s all about “loving that ‘you’ time,” she said.
5. Getting high can help your remember and reaffirm positive thoughts you have about yourself.
Smoking can be like meditation, Aiko said. But because of that, it’s important to “make sure your thoughts are high” before you are too. If you’re already down, smoking can make you feel worse. But if you place some positive thoughts in your mind, being high is a great opportunity to focus on them, which can bring your spirit up long after you’re sober again.
6. And help you show others that you believe that women should have all the same opportunities as men.
Getting high isn’t a thing boys do, Aiko said. That’s because there’s really no such thing as a boy’s thing — Aiko rejected the idea that any habit, good or bad, is gendered.
7. And relieve some stress during the early years of motherhood.
Aiko’s got an elementary-school-aged daughter, Namiko. She never smokes around children and wouldn’t advise others to. But she said that smoking a couple puffs in the hours after her daughter has been dropped off at school can be productive — allowing her some space to de-stress and get her own affairs in order before sober family time in the evening.
8. The right weed can replace coffee.
Not all weed makes you lazy, Aiko said. Her favorite strain, Blue Dream, lifts her mood and makes her want to write and be productive. Fittingly, it also doesn’t have a skunky, heavy smell — but a citrusy, bright one.
9. Being high can put you on the same wavelength as your significant other.
Well, “as long as you’re both smoking the same stuff.”
10. And help you see the other side when you’re having an argument with someone important.
On her song “2 Seconds,” Aiko sings: “Man I wish I had some weed up in my system / Cause I’m bout two seconds away from just flippin’ out.” She said that being high has helped her approach important conversations with a calm, level head. Weed has helped her to not just speak from emotion and pragmatically work through issues, she said.
11. But most of all, smoking weed can help you find your own limits.
“Everything in moderation,” Aiko emphasized. Social smoking can be great, but for her, finding that right dose and strain was a crucial first step.
posted on Sept. 9, 2014, at 10:28 a.m.