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Does caffeine help with insights?

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Coffee helps me quite a lot, I can't focus well without it.  My dad makes the morn. coffee and adds cacao beans to it.  Has a slight chocolate-like flavour to it.  I drink three to four cups a day.  Does terrible things to my heart, but I'm not in this life for length, only knowledge.

Whatever works to get what I need intellectually.

I'm a witch of gluttony.

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@Loba does cacao makes you feel relaxed? I've never tasted this stuff. 

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@Preety_India I have ADD so caffeine, and cacao in general relaxes me.
Stimulants make me calm, thoughtful and sometimes sleepy.


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Should I get this. I'm buying cacao for the first time. It says non alkalized. Don't even know what that means.. But it's vegan. 

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Hard to tell, that brand doesn’t say much about its nutrition. Try this one:

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Caffeine is also responsible for a lot of mental health problems. Be careful.

In my country one of the first things they ask for when you go for therapy is - "do you drink coffee, tea, energy drinks with caffeine?.

It increases cortisol. My anxiety has improved well since avoiding caffeine.

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8 hours ago, ZenAlex said:

Caffeine is also responsible for a lot of mental health problems. Be careful.

In my country one of the first things they ask for when you go for therapy is - "do you drink coffee, tea, energy drinks with caffeine?.

It increases cortisol. My anxiety has improved well since avoiding caffeine.

In my country, approximately 9 out of 10 people consume this neurotoxin on a regular basis. Of course, I happen to be among the 9 myself.


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6 minutes ago, Preety_India said:

@JuliusCaesar neurotoxin? 

 

Yes, at sufficiently high doses it's capable of killing brain cells. Which becomes lethal at a certain point, making it acutely toxic. Bear in mind however, that the dose makes the poison. Even water can be considered to be acutely toxic as consuming it too quickly results in death by an imploding bladder spiling waste into the bloodstream. At the doses we ingest caffeine, it's mostly harmless.... mostly.


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@JuliusCaesar you're not realizing that low doses of caffeine can be beneficial too. 

They bring down the complications of cardiovascular diseases. 

 

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4 minutes ago, Preety_India said:

@JuliusCaesar you're not realizing that low doses of caffeine can be beneficial too. 

They bring down the complications of cardiovascular diseases. 

 

Caffeine increases yellow energy ray vibration, so naturally. Consequently, it also tends to aid in essentially everything related to digestion/immune function. Including removing plaque from arteries, and alleviating constipation(drink a couple cups of that dark Vietnamese coffee and you'll see what I mean). It just goes to show you that a thing that is harmful can also be beneficial. And in fact, usually, everything we consume or do has this combination because life isn't as black and white as most people want it to be.


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