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ASPEN, Colo. — There’s a new product on the market in Colorado that is promising women a better sex life according to FOX 31.
The product is a perfume-like spray made from cannabis oil and coconut oil. Creators of the spray claim that it is edible but won’t get users high.
“Foria” was released in Aspen during the Winter X-Games last week and is available to anyone over the age of 21.
“You know I think it’s time I try something new and exciting and I think my husband will be very excited as well,” Nancy Mayer told FOX 13.
Because the creators “Foria” do not have a patent on the product, competitors said they might make their own version of the spray FOX 13 reported.
“We’ve had so many products on the market to address male sexual function and enhancement and this is really the first thing coming out saying we want to have something that’s active, that works for women, everyone deserves pleasure,” Foria’s communications Director Anna Walters said.