When people don’t indulge in caffeinated foods or beverages, their body simply produces caffeine endogenously.
Studies show drinking coffee significantly reduces the chances of getting …
(1) Alzheimer’s disease,
(2) colorectal cancer,
(4) gall bladder disease,
(7) liver cancer,
(8) liver cirrhosis,
(9) Parkinson’s disease,
(10) type 2 diabetes, etc., etc., etc.
Soaking black peppercorns in black coffee – a “black bile” remedy – is a (perhaps) centuries-old remedy for gout.
I don’t recommend it, but if I did, I’d take it during the first half (11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon) of Heart Time (11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.).
Caffeine boosts sperm motility, increasing the chances of fertilization.
A popular myth has the archangel Gabriel offering Mohammed a cup of heavenly (literally) coffee, making him vigorous enough to “unhorse 40 men and make 40 women happy.”
Coffee is a brain stimulant.
It boosts both mental and motor efficiency.
Coffee was so important to the intellectual life of the Middle East in the 16th Century that coffee bars were called “the school of the wise.”
Coffee allows the brain to process “positive” thoughts quicker than “negative” thoughts, so it mitigates depression.
Coffee is sometimes called “Prozac in a cup” because of its effect on depression.
The questionable studies linking breast lumps to coffee or chocolate were never duplicated.
The studies associating coffee with pancreatic and bladder cancers were also never duplicated..
But there IS a slight increase in cancer if the coffee is made with chlorinated water.
No one has ever successfully committed suicide by drinking too much caffeinated coffee.
50 cups or more of average-strength coffee in a short period of time are necessary to O.D. on the chemical constituents of coffee, and the water intoxication would kill you way before the toxic reaction.
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) advised drinking Cobalamin Tonic – a mixture of coffee, baking cocoa, and 100% maple syrup – in the morning.
He called it a “hormone balancer” and a “B-12 booster rocket.”
Cocoa and chocolate are now being recommended for the prevention of heart disease.
Procyanidins in cocoa or chocolate …
(1) raise “good” HDL cholesterol,
(2) decrease the oxidation of “bad” LDL cholesterol,
(3) prevent “sticky” blood by reducing blood platelet fragmentation, and
(4) act as “especially mild aspirins.”
Adano also advised …
“Take Turkish coffee one step further. Drink coffee liqueur for the esophagus.”
If you don’t like the taste of Cobalamin Tonic …
Coffee with sugar (without milk or cream) at Spleen-Pancreas Time (9:00-11:00 a.m.) is a therapy for hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
Coffee with salt (without milk or cream) at the same time is a therapy for hyperglycemia (high blood sugar).
Someone told Adano, “I and the Father are one.”
“Let’s go get a cup of coffee,” Adano replied. “You and the Father can be one later.”