The relationship between caffeine and cannabis and the effects on brain chemistry are examined in the Journal of Neuroscience.

Coffee and cannabis go together like wine and cheese. So much so, that in the Netherlands, establishments where the sale and use of cannabis is permitted are customarily referred to as coffeehouses.

Capitalizing on the relationship between cannabis and coffee, a Canadian company has even created cannabis infused coffee pods, allowing users to brew up a pot of coffee.

Anecdotal evidence abounds regarding the complementary nature of the two substances, but there is now scientific evidence that further substantiates this claim, and even provides insight into how brain chemistry is affected by the combination.

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Peter Chen ~ News.LiftCannabis.ca ~

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