Overall, I enjoyed the coffee and can see myself giving it out as a novelty gift. But it’s not something I’d drink every day, and I’m not convinced I prefer it to regular coffee.
I decide to start my last day of the experiment with one regular cup of coffee, followed by the CBD coffee. That seems to be the best combination for me.
If I drink CBD coffee for five days, will I be able to work? Will it still curb anxiety, even though coffee may increase it? Can I stay focused?
I think the Flower Power CBD coffee is delicious, and it goes down smooth.
As I drink my CBD coffee, I tell her about what happened yesterday and how I may have taken too much. She suggests spacing out the doses more, waiting at least three hours between each serving.
In terms of potentially helping with anxiety, wouldn’t the caffeine, which may make anxiety worse for some, override the anti-anxiety effect of the CBD?
I make the CBD coffee on my third cup, but it wasn’t the best idea. I have a headache and it’s only 10:30 a.m. I still have more than four hours left of my shift. I know my headache could be from lack of sleep, dehydration, and the 95-degree heat wave we’ve been having all week, but it’s a rough morning.
Pricewise, drinking this daily isn’t really an option for me. One bag yielded 4 cups (servings), so that’s almost $4 a cup.
It’s a demanding role where I need complete focus.
Research shows that CBD has a host of potential benefits, including reducing anxiety. One of the newest CBD products on the market is CBD coffee. But wouldn’t the caffeine, which can make anxiety worse, override the anti-anxiety effect of the CBD? I tried drinking CBD coffee for five days to find out.