Newest Plant-Based Product To Hit The Market Is 'Intimacy Enhancer'

The cream is made from hemp and is non-toxic and edible
The cream has only five ingredients

A new intimate lubrication cream is now available online.

The lotion's inventor - a Colorado woman called Shadi Ramey - said she hadn't previously thought about the ingredients in standard lubricants until she found herself reaching for her homemade hemp lotion one evening in the heat of the moment.

As a self-described culinary anthropologist, Ramey is passionate about food - and health. She created her hemp lotion because of her love for plant-based products. 

All the five ingredients within are organic or GMO-free; organic coconut oil, avocado oil, organic shea butter, organic cocoa butter, organic hemp seed oil. 

After spontaneously using the cream one evening, she thought it was better than its shop-bought equivalent and decided to market it, and branded it Kama Cream (after the Sanskrit word meaning pleasure or desire).

'Toxic'

Digging deeper into the ingredients list of shop-bought creams was an eye-opening proceedure.

She says: "Knowledge is power, but it's also painful. They say they only have seven ingredients, but those seven ingredients are adrenal, hormonal and menstrual cycle interrupters ... by-products of the oil and gas industry not to be used on our skin or inside of our bodies — our intimate, precious parts of ourselves. 

"We are having these intimate experiences with toxic chemicals."

Kama Cream is available online

'Force for good'

Ramey has not assigned the official tittle of 'lubricant' to Kama Cream - partly because of the expense of the qualifying procedure but also because she says a lubricant 'insinuates something needs fixed' - she prefers the idea of enhancing rather than fixing.

She is a huge believer in her own product. "There's nothing like it. It's like whipped butter that melts when you put it on," she says, adding that hemp - the key ingredient - is the 'most amazing plant on the planet'.

The cruelty-free product is also eco-friendly, with one per cent of all proceeds going toward environmental causes. In additional, all waste is composted and recycled. It is also a woman-owned and run company.

Ramey says: "I am using it as a force for good and as a direct action against these big companies who have entered the realm of our sexuality."

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