Caffeine and Cannabis: Is it a Good Mix?
Friday, Dec 7, 2018

Caffeine and cannabis are two of the most widely used drugs around the world. With both substances being so popular, it is inevitable that many people frequently use the two together. Some people claim that caffeine improves their marijuana high, making them feel more alert, focused, and energetic.

But is there any scientific evidence out there to back these claims, or are they just an example of people feeling what they believe they should feel? And are there any negative side effects caused by consuming caffeine and cannabis together?

In this article, we will take a look at the existing research on the subject and do our best to answer the question “are caffeine and cannabis a good mix?”

Caffeine is probably the most widely consumed psychoactive substance in the world. It is found in beverages such as tea, coffee, cola, and energy drinks, chocolate, and many over-the-counter medications.

In low doses, caffeine can help to improve mental alertness and focus, and it is commonly used as a pick-me-up to combat tiredness. However, in high doses, caffeine could cause several adverse side effects, including:

High blood pressure Increased risk of depression or anxiety Dependence Dry mouth or eyes Paranoia Dependence