Sweet Jane Espresso Beans. 150mg THC.
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Sweet Jane Espresso Beans. 150mg THC. What can we say strong coffee and melt in your mouth milk chocolate are a delicious combination. These addicting little beans bring it all together for a truly sweet and nutty taste sensation! Warning though, dole them out or you’ll end up eating the whole bag and be up for days! Lol!
Some of the Health Benefits to Sweet Jane Espresso Beans.
Chocolate and coffee contain a type of antioxidant called flavonols. Antioxidants inhibit oxidation to provide protection to your body’s cells from free radicals. Your body develops free radicals through normal body processes like breathing or from environmental factors, such as cigarette smoke. In the distant past, the body provided its own protection, but today, stress and environmental contaminants require that you eat a diet rich in antioxidants to guard against free radicals.
Cell damage is one culprit in heart disease. Flavenols provide protection to the cells, thereby reducing your risk of vascular ailments. Dark chocolate may lower blood pressure and LDL cholesterol, reducing your risk of hypertension and bad cholesterol, both of which can increase your risk of heart disease and stroke. One to 3 cups of coffee a day may lower your risk of heart disease.
It may seem counterintuitive that a sugary treat would reduce your risk of diabetes, but chocolate and coffee may help with blood sugar regulation. Dark chocolate can speed your body’s processing of blood sugar. An analysis of studies published in the “Journal of the American Medical Association” found that 4 to 6 cups of coffee a day reduced diabetes risk by 28 percent and more than 6 cups led to a 35-percent reduced risk.
While chocolate-covered espresso beans offer health benefits, it doesn’t mean they are a health food; they do have potentially harmful effects. The best results come from dark chocolate that has 65 percent cocoa or more. Chocolate with less than 65 percent cocoa has too much sugar and fat and too few flavonols. Coffee and chocolate contain caffeine, which can increase your heart rate and blood pressure.