Sunday, 24 July 2016

Why, If Coffee Is A Drug, It's A 'Good' One

Why, if Coffee is a Drug, it's a 'Good' one!


This post will be most welcome to Coffee lovers:


Could coffee do more than just stimulate alertness and stress out the adrenals? What if there was more going on to this ritualistic beverage consumed by billions around the world than just caffeine addiction? What if it was medicine for both the body and soul? 
That coffee possesses 'drug-like' properties, we know quite well. Some of us, in fact, revel in its addictive properties, as it comes with a certain -- albeit a tad bit pathological --  industriousness. After all, is there anyone more disciplined/obsessed than a coffee drinker -- at least, that is, when it comes to acquiring and drinking coffee? You can set your clocks with exactitude to the performance of their daily coffee-associated machinations, to the point where some coffee makers already have built in clocks, so as not to delay or miss any opportunity for its owner to imbibe.  The type of sober religiosity required to turn drinking a beverage into a ritual is known only by a few Zen tea drinkers and quite possibly billions of habitual coffee drinkers.
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