Thursday, May 6, 2021

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  • Hopefully, I have found something that helps with this condition. I don’t know if it’s able to ‘reset’ us, but I was able to temporarily feel the pleasurable sensations in my brain when I rubbed my penis and had sex that I used to feel before PSSD. I tried this product Dosist Arouse on three separate occasions and it is the only thing that works for me. I would like to see if it works for other PSSD sufferers. If that is the case, I will try to invest in working with a chemist to find out what the active ingredient is, seeing if brain scans can determine what part of the brain is being activated and eventually making a product with optimal dosing. As far as I can tell, the pharmaceutical industry isn’t working on anything that could help with this condition. It’s up to PSSD sufferers to try things and share what works.

  • By the way, I wanted to write more about the unique terpene blend that I mentioned above. Dosist Arouse contains Farnesene, Linalool and Limonene. From what I have read, terpenes are essential oils and they are in a lot more plant based products than just marijuana. I’m really not sure what the ingredient was that helped me. It could also have worked for me because it contains cannabis oil and not cannabis flower.

  • Jack,

    There might be hope. I have found a possible solution that I would like to share with other PSSD sufferers. It’s a marijuana vape pen called Dosist Arouse. I tried it twice in states where it’s legal (not on the same trip but on two different trips a year apart). It helped temporarily restore my genital sensation, libido and ability to orgasm. The second time I tried it, my genital sensation wasn’t boosted immediately and I was worried that it wasn’t working. I believe that it took an hour for my genital sensation to be ‘activated’. It seemed to work better when I inhaled a smaller amount. Also, the libido boosting effect lasted into the next day even after the high wore off. I’m really not sure why it works, but other marijuana products definitely didn’t have the same effect on me. The Dosist pens have different terpene blends and this is supposed to give each of them their unique effects. If you ever go up north to Canada, give it a try and let me know if it works for you. See the link for this product below. If this works for other PSSD sufferers, we could be on the verge of a big scientific discovery.

  • I have suffered from PSSD for almost 2 years after stopping Sertraline (Zoloft). I agree with you that this condition is terrible and the medical system is completely negligent for pretending that is doesn’t exist. However, I have found a possible solution that I would like to share with other PSSD sufferers. It’s a marijuana vape pen called Dosist Arouse. I tried it twice in states where it’s legal (not on the same trip but on two different trips a year apart). It helped temporarily restore my genital sensation, libido and ability to orgasm. The second time I tried it, my genital sensation wasn’t boosted immediately and I was worried that it wasn’t working. I believe that it took an hour for my genital sensation to be ‘activated’. It seemed to work better when I inhaled a smaller amount. Also, the libido boosting effect lasted into the next day even after the high wore off. I’m really not sure why it works, but other marijuana products definitely didn’t have the same effect on me. The Dosist pens have different terpene blends and this is supposed to give each of them their unique effects. If you’re ever in a state where Dosist is sold (California, Nevada, all of Canada), give it a try and let me know if it works for you. See link to this product below. If this works for other PSSD sufferers, we could be on the verge of a big scientific discovery.