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Whether I am having a cup of green tea or sipping a piping hot cup of coffee in the morning caffeine just puts that extra bounce in my step and that warm feeling inside Have you ever wondered when you are having that first cup of java in the morning where coffee or more importantly caffeine originated Today caffeine is one of the most popular drugs worldwide It has been around for centuries dating as far back as the American Aztecs and the Ancient Chinese It works with the body to stimulate the brain and to awaken you Caffeine is one of the most important things in my life it may sound sad but it has gotten me through some tough times and is one of my best friends Caffeine has its roots starting in 2737 BC in China where Buddhist monks used tea for its healing purposes and its mood-enhancing effects Though short termed caffeine boosts serotonin levels in the brain serotonin is a chemical in the brain that has the major responsibility for mood balance It was not until around the beginning of the 17th century and the discovery of coffee in Ethiopia did Europeans begin to see the positive aspects of caffeine The trade networks that shipped the coffee bean from the colonies also shipped cacao from south and Central America and tea and other spices from the orient Weinberg 3 4 27 41 With a worldwide network of caffeine-related-goods shipped across the globe people started to wake up and see what was truly going on in the world around them From the abolition of a tyrannical king in England to the French Revolution caffeine fueled the minds of the revolutionaries of those times It helped to stimulate thought and with all of the extra energy it gave them helped the revolutionaries to fight and win the wars against their unfair rulers Even today it continues to help fuel the minds and
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