Are CBD and caffeine safe? Although the science of how CBD and caffeine interact is young, it's likely safe to combine them. CBD and caffeine are widely consumed and tend to have few side effects. Improving your cup of coffee doesn't always require an additional ingredient (although CBD is welcome, of course). So, if it's getting late and your coffee is dwindling, CBD could provide you with exactly the relief you're looking for.
Start by brewing coffee with whatever method you prefer (cold brewing can help you get more out of your CBD additive). Espresso Bay's CBD lattes are made with steamed milk, espresso, CBD oil, and a little honey and cinnamon. Erin Magner, who writes for Well+Good, said that some people report that mixing CBD with coffee amplifies alertness and, at the same time, eliminates the sometimes aggressive effects of caffeine. Rather than relying on your coffee shop for CBD, it's wise to buy your own CBD oil and add it yourself, he says.
For example, many who consume CBD together with caffeine report that it helps alleviate some of the nerves that coffee tends to cause, so they're alert but calm. Despite this push to legitimate research on CBD, the New York City health department recently told restaurants that CBD could not be served in groceries (such as lattes) because it wasn't safe as a food additive, according to Eater. While the potential health-improving effects of CBD have been documented, research on what happens when CBD is mixed with caffeine is a bit unpredictable. However, if you're healthy and just want to take your morning dose, but you're a little nervous, CBD coffee is probably best for you.
When Dan Guy, owner of the Espresso Bay coffee shop and toaster in downtown Traverse City, Michigan, introduced a CBD latte last month, he didn't foresee how lively it would be. If you're healthy and just want to take your morning dose, but you're a little nervous, CBD coffee is probably best for you.