Coffee is a widely popular beverage around the world that has a host of amazing health benefits.
Coffee beans rise on a vine. They are simply the pit of a berry, which makes them an apple. There are two major types of beans: green and red.
It was said that coffee was found by a goat herder in Ethiopia in the 1500s. He saw his goats chewing coffee cherries. Afterwards, he found a difference in their behavior; they acquired a high amount of energy and they didn’t sleep at night. The herder shared his observations with local monks. Since they made their own drink from coffee beans, they knew they could sit up all night and pray.
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For the majority of adults, coffee is nutritious. Drinking more than 6 cups a day could result in “caffeinism,” like anxiety or turmoil. For people who drink a lot of coffee each day, more coffee will have the same consequences. You will also “rely,” if you unexpectedly stop taking coffee, on that you can create withdrawal symbols.
Caffeine-containing coffee can induce sleeplessness, nervousness and restlessness, disturbance of the stomach, nausea, vomiting, raise the heart rate, and breathing rates. A significant dose of coffee may also lead to headache, nausea, irritation, ear ringing, and heartbeat.
It could be something of a monitoring exercise. To make a cup of coffee is something that is beyond my influence for something beyond our power. While there are several variables to brew coffee, I like that, I can control almost all of them and therefore influence the ultimate result. I should decide how coarsely I use a grind or how quickly I use it in order to feel if my choices have the ultimate outcome. The better the choices are, the better the coffee cup.
Coffee may be just one gigantic metaphor for existence in a certain existential way. After all, the fruit of the coffee tree is coffee beans. We both grow in depth and complexity and endure those elements which encircle us over long periods of time. Before being thrown into the flames, we are shrouded and polished, where we gain individual features that make us who we are. Finally, the tastes of our journey we extract and enjoy. It warms our hearts with its intake.
The more I think about it, the more I think. The more meaningful it is. Coffee is life. I love coffee.