If you have to skip your morning coffee due to that jittery feeling caffeine can cause, CBD coffee is for you. We take a closer look at the benefits and choices of CBD coffee.
What Is CBD Coffee?
CBD coffee is coffee that’s infused with CBD oil.
While some people have tried dropping CBD oil directly into their coffee, they will encounter a common problem; oil and water don’t mix. Stirring will still result in oily mouthfuls of coffee.
It’s easier to buy CBD coffee that is infused at source by coffee producers. You can simply put it in your French press or coffee machine to enjoy an espresso, americano, or a creamy latte.
Benefits of Coffee
We love our coffee; in the US alone, 400 million coffee cups are drunk every day.
Previously seen as unhealthy, the World Health Organization has revised its opinion and removed coffee from the carcinogens (may cause cancer) list. Studies have found it can be beneficial for your health when drunk in moderation. From helping you stay focused to helping you to live longer. The recommended limit in the US is 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day.
Coffee is still unhealthy if you heap spoonfuls of sugar into each cup. If you do find your coffee too bitter, it’s a good idea to swap your beans. Ethiopian coffee is strong and robust, but South American beans are naturally less intensely flavored.
Adding a little milk can also add a natural sweetness. Dairy works great, but oat milk is growing in popularity as it balances well with coffee’s mild acidity.
Benefits of CBD Coffee
If caffeine has caused you to miss your morning or afternoon pick-me-up coffee, CBD coffee is a great option.
CBD can offset the issues that caffeine can cause, such as increased anxiety or a racing heartbeat. Studies are ongoing, but it’s thought that CBD will not only prevent the negative side-effects of caffeine but may help increase the length of time it remains active in your body.
What Is CBD?
CBD works with the body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS) that controls your body’s homeostasis. Homeostasis is a system of pathways in your body that maintain your health and well-being. It achieves this by maintaining and adjusting the biochemical pathways that connect all the body’s systems and organs.
The ECS is responsible for pain management (inflammation), appetite, sleep, and memory. It is thought that CBD can improve the body’s responses to the ECS system to help relieve pain, anxiety, and sleeplessness. While studies are ongoing, people have understood CBD’s benefits, which, unlike THC, is non-psychotic for decades. The discovery of the ECS helped science to understand why CBD affected the body.
Hemp-derived CBD that contains less than 0.3% of THC. It is legal under the federal law known as the Farm Bill.
As a company, we only want to work with producers of products with the same principles and goals as we do.
We teamed up with Buddha Beans Coffee. They use fair-trade coffee beans and are a small micro-roasting brand, dedicated to providing excellent coffee in every batch.
Buddha Beans infuse their beans in-house with CBD. They only use organic, American grown, non-GMO hemp, and every batch is third-party lab-tested to ensure quality.
Based in California, their quality control and roasting produces great CBD coffee.
We have a range of CBD Coffee to suit all tastes, including compostable K-cups.
Good to Know
If you are currently taking any medications, discuss with your doctor before taking any CBD product as it may interact with your medicine.
The CBD dose in our CBD coffee is traceable on our website; however, if you usually drink a lot of coffee throughout a day, be mindful of the CBD dose per cup.
As with all CBD products, it’s important to track your doses to avoid fatigue or an upset stomach. If you are using other CBD products, adding CBD coffee will increase the amount of CBD in your body.
Coffee is loved the world over for its ability to help us get up and go. If you’re thinking about adding CBD to your diet, CBD coffee is a good option to help you enjoy CBD’s daily benefits.