The Benefits of CBD Coffee for Anxiety

The market for cannabidiol (CBD for short) has grown by massive leaps and bounds in recent years. At first, CBD was only seen in oil form, but has now reached new heights as it the substance has now been formulated into edibles. With more states and cities leaning towards recreational cannabis legalization, CBD is offering a way for companies to bridge the gap between the positive effects of cannabis without the heady highs.


At the beginning of this year, a National Restaurant Association survey found that 77% of respondents said cannabis or CBD-infused drinks would be the top 2019 trend. As CBD maintains its upward surge on the U.S. consumer population, CBD cafes are becoming more prominent. Let’s look at what these CBD cafes have in store for customers and how CBD coffee can be used to subside anxiety in millions of Americans.


Why is CBD so Popular?


CBD is a cannabis compound that is derived from hemp and gives the individual relaxing and sedative effects. Since CBD contains less than 0.3% THC, it won’t get you high. With CBD popping up in nearly everything from bath bombs, ice cream, to dog treats, it is hard to overstate the speed at which CBD has moved from underground solution to something that is mainstream.


Just a couple of years ago, many Americans were blissfully unaware of CBD. Now, you can throw a stone down almost any aisle of your neighborhood grocery store and find something that has CBD. It’s that popular. Of course, it’s popular for many very good reasons that coffee shop owners (even Starbucks) have recently caught on to and are in the process of creating CBD-infused coffee concoctions.


CBD Cafes are so Hot Right Now


CBD cafés are trendy right now, but much like the rest of the cannabis industry because consumers see it as the perfect combination between getting your coffee fix without the jitters. Tha’ts because the CBD oil can make you a little drowsy, so drinking it with your coffee kind of balances the caffeine out so that you feel a nice, natural peacefulness while still feeling alert.


CBD cafés are popping up because consumers are looking for easy opportunities to incorporate CBD into their daily lives. People are curious and interested in exploring and learning more about CBD, but not so much as to go out of their way too much to do so. CBD cafes allow consumers to enjoy coffee, which already improves cognitive function and potentially prevents depression, while they


Add Some CBD to your Coffee


There are plenty of reasons that you would want to explore the coffee + CBD combo. For one, CBD is a stimulant at low doses, that does away with the anxiety and acid belly typically associated with coffee in its natural form. Research suggests that CBD has anti-anxiety and anti-nausea effects which is one of the reasons why consumers who have tried CBD-infused coffee have a less jittery, elevated burst of energy after drinking a cup.


Some users have seen the ultra-productive effects that CBD-infused coffees have on their morning mood when combined with a cold brew. These consumers report feeling happier and less worried or burdened by their mounting stress. Essentially, it helps them feel like they can take on whatever tasks they have on their plate without getting stressed out.  Before you fork over the cash for a coffee shop CBD latte, make sure to have a conversation with your primary care physician about how it could benefit you and if CBD is right for your lifestyle and needs.

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