If you’re a regular coffee drinker, you might be wondering whether cannabidiol (CBD) might react badly with coffee. The short answer to this question is that at this point we don’t know.
So far, there has been no research specifically focusing on how CBD and caffeine react with each other. And although there are a number of CBD coffees on the market, the FDA doesn’t allow the production and marketing of CBD food products as well as the addition of CBD to a food product. And coffee is considered a food by the FDA.
However, there is data that suggests that the consumption of oral CBD capsules following a breakfast including coffee may not lead to side effects.
THE BOTTOM LINE
If you do intend to take CBD with coffee, be aware of how your body is reacting to the combination or whether it is reacting at all. Of course, if you’re thinking of having ten cups of coffee per day, you might experience side effects whether you’re taking CBD or not.
Based on this, and a conversation with your doctor, you can have a better idea of whether CBD and coffee are a good combination for you.