Jess Rabb: i use cocnut oil and agave necture....add olive oil to the mix to keep the
oil from turning solid
Jennifer Sheremetta: what about just coconut oil and strawberry flavoring?
Jeromie Williams: For Christ sake, someone get that woman a whisk ... Seriously.
Arie B: The mix, cant you place it in a microwave with interfal bursts of 10
Andrew Berhow: I would expect that yeast infections would be a concern when used as an
intimate lubricant because the honey would provide an excellent food source
Ava Adams: I have never seen any evidence that natural coconut oil is damaging to
condoms- I'd be interested in seeing that if you had any. Thanks.
Theresa Cole: Why both cassia and cinnamon? Aren't they basically the same?
Wendy Deck: thank you girl very much
Jessica Gee: Oil-based lubes are not condom safe
Theresa Cole: Save some time and just mix it all in the jar it'll be stored in.
Hollykindredjins: I really misjudged what it meant by edible....
Andres Arias: is it condom safe???
JimmyCrackC0rn: Have you seen any evidence that natural coconut oil is not damaging to
condoms? I'd say better safe than sorry. As a general rule, oil-based
lubricants thin latex and thus increase the risk of condom breakage.
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