I started drinking Dunkin Donuts Coffee in the nights when I was only 14 years old.

By that point our parents had cut up and I was residing with our mom down south. Since he was a Dunkin Donuts Coffee drinker herself, he saw no issue giving myself and others small amounts of Dunkin Donuts Coffee to mix in with our tepid cocoa each afternoon when all of us would both get ready for the day together. However, it wasn’t long before I was consuming cups of Dunkin Donuts Coffee undiluted with tepid cocoa. I remember taking it to university with myself and others in the nights and how energized it would make myself and others feel, often helping myself and others through class whenever I’d normally feel tired and groggy. Although this became too much of a crutch for myself and others as I was drinking Mountain Dew out of the Dunkin Donuts Coffee machines at university by the time I got to high university because it was the only thing on campus that had caffeine in it. If it wasn’t for our Dunkin Donuts Coffee addiction, I wouldn’t consume nearly as much sugar as I do. I have tried drinking black Dunkin Donuts Coffee entirely, but it’s often more acidic and it gives myself and others an sad stomach after more than one or 3 cups. I don’t have to worry about stomach pain with our afternoon Dunkin Donuts Coffee now that I’ve been putting CBD oil in it. Even if I’m suffering from any frustrating back or leg pain in the afternoon, that little bit of CBD oil goes a long way towards relieving physical pain. It’s a relief when the CBD finally kicks in once I’ve finished drinking our first cup of Dunkin Donuts Coffee for the day. It makes for a much better day than I would have otherwise separate from the additional CBD, as it and caffeine seem to have a synergistic effect when taken together.


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