Food and beverage businesses cater to busy executives and office workers grabbіng a
sandwich for breakfast, chowing down on avocado & salad bowls for lunch, and
kicking back with colleagues for after- work drinks and dinner - not to mention the
multiple coffee runs throughout the day for a CBD Coffee boost!
What is your typical day like without a cup of coffee?
For some people, the very though of starting the day without that caffeine fix might make them feel groggy and desperate.
Like breathing, it's almost an automatic reaction, a daily routine for getting out of bed.
The good news is that being addicted to caffeine is not all that bad. And what if your coffee can be complemented with something special, something brutally good for your health?
Coffee and cannabis go together better than peanut butter and jelly. Recent research has found that caffeine and cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychotropic compound in the cannabis plant, may have some synergistic effects.
CBD coffee is an amazing antidote for anxiety. In fact, CBD may be even better at controlling anxiety than psychoactive THC. While THC can make anxiety worse in some cases, CBD feels like being enveloped by a warm, calming blanket.
Here are some after effects you will feel after CBD Coffee:
• No headache
• No nausea
• No anxiety
• No shakiness/ jitters
• No cravings for another cup of coffee
Coffee Jitters: There's a reason why coffee entrepreneurs have started infusing their beans with CBD. The anxiolytic and anti-inflammatory properties of the cannabinoid put a halt to the uncomfortable jitters and anxiety that comes with too much coffee.
Obsessing over hypothetical situations: Sometimes, it can be difficult to be present. Our thoughts are entertaining and it's human nature to grab them and run. Unfortunately, our bodies don't have the capacity to recognize when a story is real versus all in our heads. This means that we have a physiological response to our worries, whether we like it or not.
Awkward Silence: So, you're chatting with someone you don't know very well and all of a sudden, the conversation just trails off. You find yourself stuck in the dreaded limbo of awkward silence. Rather than shuffle away feeling a bit bummed by your odd interaction, wouldn't it be nice if you just didn't care?