Research Reveals Link Between Coffee, Cannabis and Brain Function · High Times

By on March 16, 2018

Terpenes and flavanoids and metabolic compounds, oh mai! Although anybody who’s morning routine involves strong coffee with a little wake and baking already knows what these scientists propose…

Perk up! There’s new information on the link between coffee, cannabis and brain function. Daytime cannabis users will be excited to know that a landmark study appeared this week shed new light on the link between coffee, cannabis and brain function.

And whether you’re a coffee drinker or not—or maybe you start the day with a smooth cup of bulletproof coffee brewed with cannabutter—the study’s findings are valuable for cannabis users who are interested in how either of the drugs affects their system. It turns out, coffee and cannabis have a lot in common. So pour yourself that cup and load a moonrock into your bong. It’s time for some science.

Put crudely, the research available on how cannabis interacts with the human body raises more questions than it answers. Interestingly enough, the same can be said for the research on the effects of coffee, even though there’s much, much more of it.  And the reason is that the humble coffee bean is densely packed with thousands of compounds. Each sip unleashes a flurry of complex metabolic activity that quickly blurs obvious relationships of cause and effect.

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