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Did you know that people around the world consume 2.25 billion cups of coffee every day?


In the United States alone, nearly 87% of people begin their mornings with a cup of coffee.

But what makes coffee such a worldwide favorite? It's the natural and organic ingredients that make it not only flavorful but also full of health benefits.

Studies have revealed that consuming high-quality coffee blends can offer a variety of positive effects on your health.

Want to learn more about the health benefits of coffee? Keep reading!


What's the science behind our coffee?


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Honey Beans Boost:

Honey Beans Boost, consisting of whole Arabica beans glazed in Manuka honey from New Zealand, is the perfect go-to in the morning. The unique compounds offer anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-viral benefits while fighting fatigue.

Arabica coffee, an excellent caffeine source, boosts cognition, focus, and athletic performance (1, 2). Research also shows that medium-roasted Arabica coffee has the highest antioxidant activity, suggesting protective effects against free radicals (3).

Manuka honey, which gives this coffee its unique sweet note, contributes to the antibacterial effects and can even enhance wound healing (4).


  • Potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and cell protection
  • Boosts focus, memory, and attention
  • Athletic benefits
  • Fights daytime fatigue and boosts energy levels
  • Protects against certain harmful bacteria
  • Enhances wound healing and tissue regeneration


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    Hemp Blend Balance

    As a blend of organic medium-roast Arabica coffee and organic hemp protein powder, Hemp Blend Balance is the go-to choice for a cognitive boost.

    The coffee and hemp blend provides numerous health benefits related to cardiovascular and liver health. For instance, caffeine, abundant in Arabica coffee, is known for its weight loss benefits (5).

    Caffeine is known for its appetite-suppressing qualities and can provide a modest metabolic boost, leading to slightly higher calorie expenditure (6). Further, caffeine is known for its ergogenic effects (2).

    We also can’t forget about hemp, a plant rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. It’s been shown to have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that could explain its ability to reduce cholesterol levels (7).


    • Cognitive boost
    • Mood improvement
    • Potential appetite suppression
    • Slightly elevated metabolic rate
    • Modest athletic boost
    • A perfect blend of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids
    • Potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects


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    Mushroom Mind Brew

    This mushroom coffee blend has a rich nutritional profile and a taste richer than your traditional brew. It offers numerous health benefits, improving your body's functions.

    First, we have Chaga––a mushroom praised for its immunity-boosting, anti-viral, antioxidant, antiparasitic, and anti-cancer properties. Research suggests it can slow the progression of cancer and diabetes (8).

    According to a paper, “It can be concluded that I. obliquus (Chaga mushroom) fits the definition of functional food and has a potentially positive effect on health beyond basic nutrition.” (8)

    Next up, we have Lion’s Mane mushroom. It’s known for its neuroprotective, cardioprotective, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory benefits (9, 10, 11). Research suggests it can also relieve mild symptoms of depression and anxiety (12).


    • Stronger immune system
    • Potent antioxidant function
    • Neuroprotective effects
    • Cardiovascular health boost
    • Management of mild anxiety and depression symptoms


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      Brazilian Split Surge

      Thanks to the unique roasting process of the whole Arabica beans, the Brazilian Split Surge has a smooth and buttery taste with a nutty finish.

      The procedure used is known as split-roasting, which means some of the beans are roasted for less time to retain more of the beneficial compounds found within (13). The remaining beans are roasted longer, providing more ‘character’ to the coffee and intensifying its taste.

      This unique roasting method results in an excellent taste and allows more beneficial compounds to find their way inside your body. As a result, you can expect all the positive effects of caffeine on top of antioxidant protection (1, 2, 13).


      • Supports memory and cognition
      • Anti-fatigue properties
      • Athletic performance boost


        Health Benefits of Coffee and Its Ingredients


        Coffee and its natural qualities have multiple advantages for one's health and well-being. Scientific studies even agree that coffee has a unique way of regulating body and brain function.

        Some of the health benefits of coffee include:


        1. Coffee Boosts Muscle Power and Strength:

        Caffeine in coffee can increase muscle power and strength. A meta-analysis of coffee found that regular intake of caffeine has ergogenic effects and aids in improving the performances of athletes.

        Furthermore, this study claims [1] that the consumption of coffee can be beneficial for muscle power, as caffeine use is more likely to increase the muscular strength of your upper body.


        2. Coffee Promotes Weight Loss

        Regular intake of coffee reduces your weight loss and lowers the fat count in your body. A meta-analysis performed on 606 participants [2] suggested that constant use of caffeine can elevate your metabolic rate, which leads to successful weight loss.

        Additionally, constant caffeine intake burns your fat, helping to give you a flatter and more toned abdomen.


        3. Coffee Increases Endurance Levels

        Endurance is defined as the ability to continue any physical activity for as long as possible. A meta-analysis of forty-six studies [3] reported that consumption of moderate amounts of caffeine increases your endurance levels.

        Therefore, regular coffee intake offers many benefits to athletes; a slight increase in athletes’ endurance can make a big difference in their sport’s performance.


        4. Coffee Enhances Women's Musculature

        Constant ingestion of caffeine through coffee also helps women to build musculature and attain the power to withstand physical activity for long periods.

        A meta-analysis [4] found that a moderate amount of caffeine improves muscle strength and endurance levels in women. It also brings ergogenic aid to female athletes’ muscular performances that enables them to achieve higher ranks in sports activities.


        5. Coffee Fights Against Depression

        Depression is among the most highly prevalent mental disorders that can lead to suicide in extreme cases. However, a meta-analysis performed on 330,677 participants [5] suggests that consuming over 68mg of caffeine daily can reduce the risk of depression by 8%.


        6. Coffee Elevates Attention Span and Mood

        A meta-analysis of thirteen studies [6] reports that low or moderate consumption of coffee before and after doing exercise is beneficial for cognitive functions including attention span, reaction time and memory.

        Also, it elevates your mood and increases energy that prevents your body from suffering with post-exercise fatigue.


        7. Coffee Promotes Liver Health

        Hemp blend coffee works as an anti-inflammatory agent and has antioxidant properties that promotes your liver health. A recent study [7] claims that hempseed lipid fractions (HEMP) improve pathophysiology conditions such as fatty liver disease.

        Hemp blend coffee has hepatoprotective effects, meaning it blocks the activity of certain mediators of oxidative stress and inflammatory proteins that allows your liver to heal from fatty liver disease.  


        8. Coffee Offers Low Allergenicity

        Recent research [8] reports that the hemp blend coffee and hemp-based food products are less allergenic when compared to other seeds.

        Moreover, hemp seeds contain a high amount of hemp protein isolate (HPI) which is a hypoallergenic ingredient that avoids hypersensitive reactions by regulating your digestion. 


        9. Coffee Regulates Cardiovascular Health

        Hemp blend coffee takes care of your heart health. This study reports [9] that hempseeds possess a good quantity of nutrients including omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

        These nutrients normalize the platelet binding rating in your body. Platelet is responsible for prompt blood clotting. Its abundance can cause blood thickening that can disturb your blood vessels' function. Furthermore, it can lead to heart problems.

        Therefore, hemp blends coffee prevents cardiovascular conditions such as ischemic heart disease (IHD) by regulating platelet aggregation.


        10. Coffee Normalizes Cholesterol Levels

        Recent research demonstrates [10] that hempseed, an active ingredient of coffee, reduces cholesterol levels. Hempseed blocks the activity of certain inflammatory enzymes including COX-2 inhibitors. Also, it contains antioxidant properties and reduces oxidative stress.

        This activity regulates the lipid and fat metabolism in your body and prevents hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol levels).


        11. Coffee Heals Wounds Quickly

        Lion's mane mushrooms blend coffee has many therapeutic properties. A study [11] claims that Lion's mane mushroom possesses a special nutrient called β-glucan polysaccharides which have anti-cancer, lipid-lowering, antioxidant and neuroprotective properties.

        Also, Lion's mane mushroom has an anti-diabetic effect and regulates blood vessel function that leads to quick healing of diabetic wounds.


        12. Coffee Elevates Mental Health

        Lion's mane mushroom blend coffee increases avoidance of mental health disorders. A clinical study [12] says that lion's mane mushroom manages depressive disorder by stimulating immunological, neurogenic, and anti-inflammatory pathways. That's why it is considered an alternative treatment of choice for depression.

        Also, lion's mane mushroom tears the signs of Parkinson's and Alzheimer’s disease by correcting cognitive impairments.


        13. Coffee Boosts Physical Energy

        Coffee tends to prevent fatigue by boosting the physical energy of consumers. A study reports [13] that Chaga mushroom, an active ingredient of coffee, has positive medical effects. Chaga mushrooms elevate the glycogen content of the liver and muscle which works as a body energy storage.

        Also, Chaga mushrooms reduce blood lactic acid. High lactic acid is more likely to produce Lactase enzymes that promote fatigue.

        Both these factors suggest that regular intake of Chaga blend mushrooms helps to prevent malaise and post-work fatigue.


        14. Coffee Fights Against Viral Infection 

        Chaga mushroom blend coffee possesses antiviral properties. A study states [14] that intake of Chaga mushroom extract can have a virucidal (virus-killing) effect on Hepatitis C infection. Also, Chaga extract reduces the infective properties of Hepatitis C by 100-fold within 10 minutes of its consumption.


        The Bottom Link

        Starting your day with a cup of coffee is a great way to fetch your physical and mental health. That's why it is necessary to buy coffee that is manufactured with organic and pure ingredients to increase its taste and quality. We hope you give ours a try!



        Our Coffee:
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