Since the Ancient Times, there have been accounts for “the magical and therapeutic properties of coffee”. Helen of Troy served a cup of strong coffee to Odysseus to make him “forget about his sorrows”. An Arabic poem of the 16th century says that the intelligent man, who drinks a lot of coffee with a thick froth on top, is the only one who speaks the truth, while in Italy, in 1615, a traveler noticed that people who used to drink coffee were not sleepy at all.
Coffee is our essential companionship as we work or study - according to studies, caffeine, the main component of coffee, enhances the efficiency of brain activity and increases our performance when working mentally. It acts on the central nervous system, reduces fatigue and sleepiness, expedites reactions and supports any effort. When consumed in moderation, caffeine is beneficial to the human body.