At first glance, cannabis and coffee seem like polar opposites. One energizes, and the other calms. But like many opposites, they can achieve amazing things when combined.
CBD-infused coffee, or cannabis coffee, blends the energy and rich taste of coffee with the creative spirit and sensuality of weed for an experience that’s both aesthetic and restorative.
At Fusion Coffee Beans, we specialize in providing astute consumers of caffeine and cannabinoids with the perfect coffee beans to fuse or pair with their cannabis, CBD oil, or hemp oil products of choice. Whether you brew CBD-infused coffee or hemp infused coffee every morning, or are just looking for high-quality blends that complement the occasional smoke, we have the perfect beans for you.
Our beans offer more than just “weed Coffee”
Our gourmet coffee beans are 100% Arabica and are sourced from small farms in the highest altitudes of South America. We work with each of our farmers to cultivate uniquely flavoured coffee beans that complement different weed strains.
From rich, earthy blends that balance the sweetness and laid-back chill of indica strains, to fruity, lemony blends that accentuate the energetic high of sativa, we have endless roast combinations to suit any mood or situation.
Because we only order based on demand, our gourmet coffee beans are always fresh and rich in aroma and moisture, unlike their mass-produced cousins. When you open a bag of Fusion Coffee Beans, you’re opening a full sensory experience tailored for exquisite taste, and an exquisite high.
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Even if marijuana is legal in your state, it continues to be illegal under federal law.
Cannabidiol (CBD), the compound in cannabis that doesn’t get you high, is popping up in everything from salads to sundaes.
According to studies, CBD may tout several therapeutic benefits, including decreasing anxiety , reducing seizures, and minimizing inflammation. As someone who lives with anxiety, I’m personally most interested in the anti-anxiety factor.
Although you can take CBD several ways, from vaping to gummies, one unique way to consume CBD is through coffee.
Proponents, like Craig Leivent, PharmD, co-owner of Flower Power Coffee Co. (a maker of CBD-infused coffee and edibles), say that the combination of CBD and coffee will give you the alertness of coffee but without the jitters.
But High Times magazine, which covers all things marijuana-related, thinks the idea was ridiculous. Their logic makes sense: If CBD is known to make you sleepy, wouldn’t it fight with the caffeine and leave you groggy?
Bonni Goldstein, MD, a California-based physician who specializes in cannabinoid therapy, is also skeptical. Especially when it comes to proper dosage and the temperature of coffee.
“Those who want to use CBD for serious medical conditions, such as seizure disorders or inflammation from autoimmune disorders, should not take CBD in this manner, as accurate CBD dosing is extremely important for efficacy in these types of illnesses,” Goldstein says.
“For a healthy person who wants to take CBD as a nutritional bonus or supplement, [dosing] issues are not as important.”
Goldstein also adds that a recent study looking at CBD stability in cannabis tea found that temperature affects CBD content, “meaning the milligram amount of CBD someone might require for his or her condition will not be consistent when delivered in a heated drink,” she explains.
But some people are really loving CBD coffee. Ian Ford, owner of Caffeine Underground, a coffee shop in Brooklyn, New York, says that since he started selling the brew, business is booming. It’s becoming so trendy, even Willie Nelson has launched his own CBD java.
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.