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Stimulating properties

Coffee contains caffeine, an alkaloid which has among other things, stimulating properties. For this reason, it is mostly consumed in the morning or during working hours, and sometimes, late at night, for those who want to stay awake and focused.

Decaffeinated coffee or "decaf", which most of the caffeine was removed, allows enjoying the taste of coffee without stimulation. There are also herbal teas that taste looks like coffee, but do not contain caffeine.

The dependence on coffee (caffeine) is widespread, and leads to observed symptoms. 
When preparing a coffee caffeine appears the last. When water passes through the coffee grounds it will initially absorb flavors and then caffeine. We found the opposite pattern for tea. So contrary to popular belief, a long espresso is more exciting than an espresso. The caffeine level also depends on the type of coffee. Arabica, more expensive than Robusta contains more flavors and less caffeine. For this reason there is often a mix of Arabica and Robusta.

The coffee, which contains caffeine, has a diuretic effect (it helps to eliminate water retention in the tissues) and it is also a transit accelerator (light).