If you drink coffee because you think you need it to speed up or perk up every day, especially if you work in corporate America, here are some things to think about in connection with this liquid drug that is a leading cause of esophageal cancer:

The first thing you should think about is: why would you drink something that is so hot that if you put your finger in it, you would burn yourself? If it burns your finger, what do you think it does to tissues and cells throughout the body? Hot drinks destroy (kill) your cells, i.e. cancer!

Coffee is a central nervous system stimulant. Drinking coffee inhibits the brain’s release of natural opiates (which make you feel good and counteract pain). Women need all the natural brain opioids their bodies can store, especially during the menstrual period and not to mention childbirth (which is very painful due to the excessive decrease in opioids in the modern American woman). Coffee might speed you up for a while, but it’s sure to bring you down, too (making you crave more—it’s a drug, after all, at least in the state we use it today). Excessive consumption of coffee causes tremors in the hands due to nervousness. Coffee greatly damages the nervous system.

Coffee also kills the adrenal glands. Almost everyone in America has shot adrenal glands!

Coffee speeds up these acorns, but it also knocks them down. Everything that goes up and then down puts the body to the test.

Coffee contains the stimulant caffeine. This is dead caffeine, as opposed to the bioactive caffeine found in green tea, black tea, yerba mate, guarana, and kola nut. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant followed by a phase of depression that results in exhaustion, nervousness, irritability, fatigue, and often headache. Caffeine constricts the blood vessels in the brain, causing decreased blood flow that cuts off oxygen supply to the brain, causing gradual brain damage. It also increases the heartbeat by 15% and makes the lungs work 13 times more than normal. It also plays an important role in fatigue.

The volatile oil from caffeine, called caffeol, is an irritant to the stomach lining and causes poor digestion.

Another chemical in this liquid drug is caffeo-tannic acid. This chemical is used in leather tanning. It is an irritant astringent to cells lining the stomach and intestines and also destroys pepsin in gastric (stomach) juice needed to digest protein.

Coffee is a drug! Do you know why coffee is given freely in corporate America? Because it makes people work and perform efficiently by speeding up the brain so jobs can get the best productivity out of their workers (slaves). People drink coffee mostly in the morning, at least 3 cups (more than 400mg of caffeine) at noon. But by noon, they’re mentally exhausted, which explains why labor productivity drops around noon in the United States. Workers will then get their caffeine kick by drinking soft drinks (coke, pepsi, etc.) and/or eating chocolate, which is why you also see these vending machines selling soft drinks and chocolates in corporate America.

If you want to get something out of people, give them some caffeine. Coffee, chocolate, cigarettes, and soft drinks contain caffeine. When investigators or police want to get information from people, what do they offer people? A cup of coffee and a cigarette!

In wars, what do American soldiers give children in the countries they are fighting in (especially when they want information)? Chocolate bars!

Most restaurants and cafes offer you a cup of coffee to start. Because? Because coffee clears the palate (taste buds) and the sense of smell (olfactory), as well as making your stomach crave food so that you are hungry, you can smell the food and taste the substance of the food once you start eating the food. Why do you think they make you smell coffee beans in a jar at aromatherapy stores? To cleanse your nose (sense of smell) so you can smell the various oils.

Did you know that early Muslim Arabs used to give free coffee to potential Muslim converts and warriors at conferences, so they would join Islam and fight so-called holy wars (jihad) for the cause of Islam?

The Arabs had closed the coffee market. When Europeans tasted coffee for the first time, they went crazy. The Europeans wanted to start a market for coffee in Europe, but the Arabs didn’t have that! Certain European traders began secretly exporting coffee from Africa and Arabia (where coffee originated) and importing it into Europe. The Europeans didn’t want the Arabs to know what they were doing with their drug (coffee), so once the Europeans introduced coffee to their country, they began referring to it by code names, such as Java, Mocha, and Cappuccino, which are all names of countries from which European traders exported coffee. Java is an island in Indonesia. Mocha is a city in Yemen, Arabia. Cappucino derives its name from the Italian town Capuchin (all Muslim Arab fortresses). The word coffee itself derives its name from kaf, the Ethiopian name for coffee.

A great alternative to coffee is Teeccino Herbal Coffee, made with roasted carob, barley, chicory root, figs, dates, orange peel, and almonds. It is very delicious and tastes just like coffee, if not better. You can find it (and other flavors) at most health food stores like Whole Food Market (1-800-SHOP-WFM).

Herbal teas like guarana, kola nut, and yerba mate are also great alternatives to coffee and include bioactive caffeine that is not harmful to the body.

The herbs borage, basil, licorice, ginseng, astragalus, and fo ti are excellent for restoring the adrenal glands.

Thank you for reading!

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