Drink and work.
Is it safe to work after or while drinking our products?
Let’s start with the knowledge that CBD does not appear on workplace drug tests which reminds me, when is ours again? Even if you're regularly subject to workplace drug tests, you needn't worry about getting flagged for your CBD use. Why?...
Because it's not a drug and it's not illegal!
We get it, CBD is stigmatised by some people because it is extracted from cannabis, weed, ganja and marijuana, but it is totally appropriate for work, as it is legal and non-intoxicating. Don’t believe us? Perhaps you would believe the World Health Organization (WHO) who says...
"In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential…. To date, there is no evidence of public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD."
Read the full article in the Harvard Health Publishing article from the Harvard Medical School here.
Now, as previously mentioned everywhere on our website, our drinks also contains L-theanine, which is claimed to have anti-anxiety effect achieved through enhanced alpha brain wave activity and increased synthesis of GABA (Juneja 1999; Kakuda 2000). Increased GABA, in turn, increases brain levels of dopamine and serotonin, resulting in general feelings of calm and well-being (Mason 2001). How you like them apples? Yes, we don’t understand any of the GABA GABA stuff either, but we have heard of dopamine and serotonin, and sure can relate to calm and well being.
Who doesn’t want feelings of calm and well-being at work (unless you are Gordon Ramsey or Roy Keane)
especially if you can’t tolerate your colleagues and superiors. Face it, most bosses are narcissistic pr*cks that are not good for your mental health. And colleagues are not necessarily your friends, just some people you work with. So when office politics, unfunny banter, unnecessary niceties start to take their toll on you, grab a can or two of White Lemon, White Candy or both, and Choose Chill.
Fine, if you really need to know our source for this its from the Psychology Today journal which you can read for yourself over here.