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Fight the Jitters: Why and How to Start Drinking CBD Coffee

It seems like CBD is suddenly everywhere. You can find it as an oil, in gummies, in seltzer and soda, and even in beauty products.

One popular use of CBD is as an additive to coffee. Users claim that CBD coffee smooths out the jitters associated with caffeine. They can now enjoy the taste, aroma, and heightened awareness associated with coffee while avoiding some of its negative side effects.

But are these claims about CBD really accurate? Can it be safely paired with your morning coffee? And how should it be brewed? Read on to discover the potential benefits of CBD-infused coffee.

All About CBD

CBD (Cannabidiol) is an oil extracted from the cannabis plant. In the late 2010s, CBD became legal in many states. It has exploded in popularity as a treatment for anxiety, chronic pain, inflammation, and more.

Unlike THC, the more well-known compound in cannabis, CBD is not psychoactive. In other words, it will not change your state of mind the way smoking or cooking with cannabis normally would.

Instead, CBD affects your muscles and other parts of the body. It stimulates systems in the body so they produce cannabinoids. These can ease tension, suppress pain, and affect mood without the potential disorienting effects of smoking cannabis.

Studies have shown significant potential benefits to CBD intake. These studies show CBD to be effective in pain relief and quitting smoking. CBD could also potentially help in treating Alzheimer’s disease and as a cancer treatment.

Not all CBD oil is the same. Most products are not federally regulated or proven to work in all cases. However, one CBD product is federally approved as a treatment for epilepsy.

CBD compounds must contain below 0.3% of THC in order to be classified as legal by the Food and Drug Administration.

Benefits of CBD and Coffee

After CBD’s partial legalization, CBD coffee began to pop up in coffee shops around the country.

This is because CBD with coffee is a natural combination. Coffee keeps you alert, but can sometimes give you a nervous, jittery feeling. CBD works to keep the body calm.

You might think these effects would simply cancel one another out. But CBD coffee fans claim that they’re able to maintain the focused feeling a cup of coffee brings without any manic or jittery feelings. Read more about benefits of coffee in

Studies have also shown that the best way to reap the benefits of CBD is by taking small amounts on a consistent basis. The daily dose can stimulate your endocannabinoid system. This makes it more receptive to the effects of CBD.

Scientific Theories About CBD Coffee

Why is this the case? Some claim it is because of a chemical called adenosine. This chemical in the central nervous system helps to regulate our sleep cycle.

Caffeine suppresses adenosine receptors in your brain. This is partly why a cup of coffee in the morning will make you feel alert. It is also why drinking coffee in the evening will cause you to stay awake long into the night.

CBD is also thought to interact with adenosine receptors in a different way. It prevents them from reconnecting with the chemical too quickly. This is linked to CBD’s anti-inflammation effects and may also be the reason it prevents coffee jitters.

However, little research has been done on CBD and coffee together. And our understanding of our brain’s neurotransmitters is still extremely primitive. We don’t know exactly how CBD affects them and how it combines with other chemicals such as caffeine.

As CBD becomes more and more widespread, a scientific consensus will likely emerge. But for now, as long as you’re drinking and consuming in moderation, you should feel fine about ordering that CBD latte.

How to Brew CBD Coffee

There are three main ways to enjoy coffee and CBD together. These are drinking coffee that has been directly infused with CBD, adding CBD oil to coffee, or adding a CBD sweetener.

1. CBD Beans

Many coffee roasters are starting to offer beans infused with CBD. With the correct infusion process, this will not greatly affect the coffee’s taste. However, it may have a few hemp or plant-ish taste notes it did not have before.

This is one of the easiest ways to enjoy CBD in your coffee, as it requires a process no different than brewing a regular cup. However, CBD beans can be expensive, and you will want to have regular beans on hand as well to avoid taking too high a dose.

2. CBD Oil

CBD oil is the most common form of CBD. It can be taken directly through a dropper or added to food or drink.

Drinking coffee with CBD oil is as easy as adding the recommended dose to your coffee after you have made it. However, the CBD taste may be more noticeable.

3. CBD Honey or Syrup

If you enjoy putting honey or sugar in your copy, many of these products are available in a CBD-infused form. This also allows you to easily control dosage while dissolving and mixing in the CBD well.

Honey also has its own health benefits, such as being rich in antioxidants.

You can find any of these products at a CBD online marketplace. Make sure to check CBD’s legality in your state before you purchase.

CBD in Your Life

If you’re looking to establish a daily CBD intake to enjoy its effects to the maximum degree, taking CBD coffee is a great way to start.

Or if you love coffee but find it makes you jittery and anxious, using CBD to take the edge off can be an ideal solution.

You should always make sure to find a reputable CBD provider, and talk to a doctor if you have any concerns.

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