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CBD Coffee

CBD coffee is a new and growing trend. CBD is a natural derivative of the hemp plant which is completely federally legal. It is one of over 100 compounds found in the plant and has many potential health benefits ranging from relief from pain and inflammation to helping ease stress and anxiety.

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a compound extracted from the hemp plant. For clarity: CBD and hemp are not the same as THC and marijuana.

THC, short for tetrahydrocannabinol, is a psychoactive compound found in marijuana plants that creates a euphoric high in those who use it. CBD does not have any psychoactive properties. It does not affect the chemistry of the brain.

No one is getting high off CBD in coffee. It is not possible.

People like to take CBD with their coffee for a few different reasons. For starters, it can help alleviate the stomach aches or nervousness often associated with caffeinated beverages. Caffeine can be strong; it can cause jitters and put us on edge when all we really want is to feel awake and alert. CBD can help provide a hint of soothing smoothness to that cup of coffee.

It can also be subtly and naturally integrated into a daily routine. Not everyone likes having to remember to reach over and grasp the small vial of oil in the morning and then again in the evening.

We are more likely to remember to grab a cup of coffee on the way out the door, which is why adding a dropperful of CBD is an almost perfect method. Integrating new routines into our old routines helps the new habits stick.

Ingesting CBD can bring about more prolonged effects, when compared to inhalants, as a method of consumption. Although inhalants can be mighty quick to enter the body, they can be just as quick to exit.

When CBD is consumed through the mouth and into the digestive system, it takes longer for the oil to be absorbed into the stomach, intestines, and so forth. It also takes longer to leave and allows the oil to work more profoundly on healing the body.

The longer it remains in your body, the longer it will work on healing, fixing, and mending you.