Like cannabis, coffee was also accused of being a "diabolical" product, a doubler of the ego, making one alert and uninhibited.
It was the Church, in the sixteenth century, to prohibit its use. But what was also called the wine of Arabia due to its origin from Middle Eastern countries that had replaced it with wine (whose consumption is prohibited by the Islamic religion), seems to have been much loved by Pope Clement VIII, who did not want any more. the prohibition.
Here, perhaps it will be the common root of sudden distrust that will let the flavors of hemp and coffee blend into a single soul, turning into a panacea for the body (mens sana in corpore sano, right?).
The mixture thus composed is in fact a complete antioxidant. In fact, the polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6 are added to the substances of coffee, the amino acids which together with potassium, phosphorus and magnesium become a source of natural energy for the brain.
It may be for this reason that the philosopher Montesquieu said that "coffee has the power to induce imbeciles to act sensibly". Let alone the hemp one!
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