Pull & Pour Everything Coffee Review
Thanks to Andrew from Pull & Pour for sharing his thoughts on Sträva coffee. Andrew writes:
Sträva Craft Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster based in Denver, Colorado. While they offer more traditional single-origin options, they are more known for their Peace & Wellness collection, which is a series of hemp-infused CBD coffees. “Cannabidiol (CBD) and its infamous sister compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two primary cannabinoids in cannabis. Whereas THC is psychoactive and responsible for the characteristic “high” people experience from using marijuana, CBD is not.”1 There are a lot of potential benefits to CBD, but some include easing inflammation or discomfort and helping you feel more alert, calm & focused.
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The Pleasures and Benefits of a Great Cup of Coffee
Reaching for that first cup of coffee in the morning is a ritual favored by many. Even those who skip breakfast are often eager to enjoy that first jolt of caffeine. Like many foods and beverages, coffee went through its period of being demonized as detrimental to a person's health a couple of decades ago. But, that concern is long gone now. Science has given coffee a whole new image. Coffee, in addition to being the first delightful taste of the morning, brings with it a host of mental and physical health benefits. So, the next time you pour yourself a cup, enjoy how good it tastes and remember how good it is for you.
Are coffee drinkers healthier?
In June 2017, two studies using big data revealed that coffee drinkers have a significantly lower chance of suffering from a number of serious illnesses than non-coffee drinkers. The first study carried by the UK's Imperial College in association with a number of other European medical institutions examined over half a million people in ten European countries. It is the largest investigation ever undertaken into the connection between coffee and mortality. The researchers found that coffee drinkers had significantly lower incidents of liver, digestive, and circulatory diseases, as well as male suicide, and cancer in women.