The CBD-infused lubes contains cannabinoids. What does that mean?
What is CBD exactly? CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is a substance that is found in every living being and is also produced by the human body. The endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is part of the nervous system, regulates, among other things, the perception of pain, body temperature, the immune system, the sleep-wake cycle, fertility, neurological and cognitive processes, as well as our mood. The corresponding receptors of the decentralized system can be found in increased density in body regions such as the intimate area, the ovaries, and testicles, as well as the part of the brain that is responsible for our libido and thus also for our wet dreams.
What can CBD do? CBD works on several levels: On the one hand, it can relieve pain. On the other hand, the substance can contribute to relaxation and increase your sexual desire - similar to your masturbation routine.
CBD & pain: Up to 40% of women experience pain during sex. CBD can have anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and pain-relieving effects. The substance can not only help with period problems but also with pain during intercourse. Cannabinoids instead of pain: relax better, let go better, come better.
CBD & relaxation: CBD can help relax muscles and relieve tension. The substance does not only work physically but also on a psychological level: CBD can help to regenerate damaged neurons and balance the production of stress hormones. Swap your 'high' for a new 'calm'.
CBD & Sex: By widening blood vessels, CBD can improve blood flow to the genitals, allowing you to feel more pleasure and sensitivity. In addition, vaginal moistening can be stimulated: CBD plus lubricant equates to twice as wet.
By the way: unlike THC, CBD has no intoxicating effect. In Germany, CBD products, like our water-based CBD-infused lubricating gel, may only be sold with a maximum THC content of 0.2%.
Can CBD-infused lube help with period pain?
Our lube is not a medical product. Therefore, there are no tests or studies to prove that it can actually help with period pain. So we cannot confirm period pain-relieving properties.
However, there are many voices within our community stating that - in combination with the soft-tampon - it indeed has pain-relieving properties. Here's an example:
"The abdominal pain during my period is hell. A bit of F*cking Good lubricant with CBD on the tampon can give me a break from cramps for a while. A valuable experience for me because I can put those nasty painkillers away." – Lisa T., 27
Why are the nevernot lubricants better than conventional lubes?
There are hundreds of natural cosmetics brands, but nobody wonders which substances their favourite lubricants contain. The products you use in your intimate area should be at least as good as your facial cosmetics. The 'F*cking Good' lube Collection is vegan, fair, organic, cruelty-free, packed with recycled materials, produced in Europe, of course dermatologically tested, and highly effective. Because it's not enough to only launch a lubricant that doesn't harm our body and the environment, it has to be effective as well!
What are the differences between silicone-based, water-based and CBD-infused lubricants? And how do I use them?
The water-based lubricant is 99% organic, ideal for all types of intercourse, it can be used with all types of condoms, it can be used with your toys, it does not stain, it is a great moisturizer, and also suitable for internal use.
The CBD-infused lubricant is 99% organic, it can be anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, it can also help relax muscles, and stimulate your blood circulation, causing an increased sensation. This increase in blood circulation can also increase the natural moisture.
The silicone-based lubricant is 87% biological, it is even richer than other lubricating gels, gets absorbed more slowly, is a bit thicker and therefore extra slippery. It is great for sensitive skin, perfect for anal intercourse, and can be used in the shower or bath as it does not wash away. But it should not be used with silicone toys, though it can be used with latex condoms (this is not the case with every silicone-based lube).
The nevernot lubes are organic but have no certificate. Why?
Certification by natural cosmetics-labels is often very time-consuming, cost-intensive, and difficult to implement for small start-ups. We plan to have all our products certified in the long term and are already committed to the high functionality and quality of our products.