The Selling Points of CBD Coffee

The CBD trend is proving good for people who like experimenting. There is no end to the wide range of CBD products that are hitting the market, and they all promise different benefits, with different degrees of success delivering them.

It is, of course, no surprise that CBD and coffee ended up becoming a commercially successful combination. Coffee is the third most consumed beverage in the world, lagging behind only tea and water. And CBD helps cut back on many of coffee’s negative effects, while boosting positive effects, and providing some extra benefits to boot.

1 – CBD makes coffee more nutritious

The health and fitness crowd are among the main consumers of CBD around the world, and for a good reason. Among other benefits that will be covered in this article, CBD is generally very nutritious. It comes packed full of healthy vitamins and useful antioxidants that help promote health and well-being.

Coffee, meanwhile, is also rich in nutrients and antioxidants. Some studies have found that, in some areas of the developed world, coffee is actually the population’s main dietary source of antioxidants. Which is not ideal, since that usually means that a given population is skipping on eating leafy greens, fruits, and vegetables. But it does highlight how important coffee can be as part of your diet, and CBD can help boost coffee’s dietary benefits.

2 – CBD cuts down on caffeine anxiety

One of the main reasons why people seek CBD coffee is to manage their anxiety. Caffeine is a natural upper, and it usually makes anxiety symptoms worse by boosting the volume of stress hormones in your bloodstream. CBD, however, is a downer with calming properties and an ability to regulate your stress hormones.

If combined and dosed correctly, each substance can cut back on the excess of the other. And it can be done without sacrificing the benefits of coffee. You’ll still feel alert from the caffeine, just not stressed.

3 – CBD promotes wellness

On top of its calming properties and nutritional benefits, there are two properties that make CBD a useful substance to have in your daily routine. They are CBD’s analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, which help promote wellness throughout your body, especially if you exercise regularly or suffer from chronic pain.

Combine, the two properties can treat both the cause and the symptoms of pain and discomfort throughout the body. It can help you deal with back pain, muscle pain, joint pain, arthritis, migraines, and all sorts of other nagging aches. And what better way to make CBD part of your daily routine than to drink it with coffee every day? That helps make sure you won’t forget about it. It’s easier to leverage an old habit than to create a new one.

Bear in mind that no two CBD products are alike when it comes to health. CBD ground coffee made using CBD isolates may taste more like normal coffee, but it is often less healthy. Isolates are pure CBD in solid form, which has the benefit of being tasteless.

However, it’s generally understood that you need the full spectrum of hemp byproducts alongside the CBD to get the best results. The substances that give CBD oils their distinct taste are also the substances that carry a lot of CBD’s health benefits. If you are curious, Cibdol has a guide that can teach you more about CBD oil.

Keith Mansur

Keith Mansur is the founder, publisher, and editor of Oregon Cannabis Connection newspaper. The print publication has been serving Oregon since 2010. He has been a Oregon medical marijuana patient, grower, and caregiver since 2006. Find him on Facebook or email him at

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