If you've been vaping for a while then you’ve probably experienced the terrible taste of a burnt coil in your e-cig - enough to make you try anything to prevent it happening again. Alternatively, if you haven’t burnt a coil to date, then you’re probably keen to avoid it ever happening. In that case, you need to know the best methods and tips to keep your coil from burning and this guide contains all you need. Whilst it can change from device to device, this is the best all round advice and can be used to generally improve the health of your vapourisers.Read More
9 Feb 2017 14:29:48
12 Jan 2017 14:31:39
Hi all! If you’ve been busy on our site since our return last November, you may have seen the wide variety of e-cigarettes, vapourisers and e-liquids we offer. We even did a spotlight on the CBD oils that we know and love here. This month, we wanted to go into deeper detail on vaping as there’s still quite a lot of misinformation out there on the web and we want you to have the confidence to buy and use them with us.Read More
4 Jan 2017 14:32:02
At Coffeesh0p we’ve recently launched a brand new range of CBD oils, perfect to vape in e-cigarettes. We’ve had a few questions about them so wanted to address these with a profile on CBD oils to help you know exactly what you’re getting.Read More
14 Nov 2016 14:46:39
Coffesh0p are back in business! We're coming back in full swing with a brand new range of research powders and pills, all exempt from the psychoactive ban. Read on and find something new and fancy to enjoy!Read More
29 Mar 2016 13:28:16
The Home Office responds to rumours of delays to the enforcement of the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016.Read More
17 Mar 2016 09:37:28
Since the last blog post there have been dozens more research papers released regarding Salvia divinorum and its active compound Salvinorin A. Here I summarise some of the most interesting findings from these studies in my last post before the ban in April.Read More
7 Sep 2015 12:04:39
In my previous posts, I've looked at a lot of potential medical applications of Salvia; but now I want to return to the consciousness-altering effects of the plant. After all, when this entheogen was first discovered, it was being used in a religious context by the Mazatecs of Central America (Valdes et al. 1983). Salvia divinorum was grown in highly guarded groves, with shamans and their initiates drinking it in a tea and chewing the leaves. These highly religious rituals were intended to induce visions of angels; hence the local name for the plant, "ska Maria Pastora", meaning "leaves of Mary the shepherdess". Modern recreational use of Salvia, commonly through smoking dried leaf, is often motivated by a desire to explore an altered state of consciousness or induce a spiritual epiphany (Baggott et al. 2010). This means that people separated by generations, cultures and continents have used Salvia for its consciousness-altering properties.
Salvia's effects on consciousness are so profound and unusual that scientists have started using them to study the nature of consciousness. Here I'll give an overview of a popular theory of how consciousness is organised in the brain, and how the effects of Salvia on consciousness lend support to this theory.Read More
4 Aug 2015 16:20:23
Thanks to everyone who responded to our recent customer satisfaction survey. We were blown away by all the positive comments and collected lots of useful feedback about changes you'd like us to make. I got stuck in almost immediately, and have been working on those changes every day for the past couple of weeks.
In no particular order, here's what I've done so far and what's still in the pipeline:
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15 Jun 2015 14:15:20
In this blog series I’ve talked a lot about the potential of Salvia in the treatment of depression, addiction and pain. I also examined the molecular pharmacology of Salvinorin A, the main psychedelic constituent in Salvia. Throughout these posts, I’ve discussed how Salvinorin A itself is not ideal for therapy due to its short duration of action and the intense psychedelic effects it induces. As such, scientists are currently trying to create compounds that are based on Salvinorin A, but with additional desirable qualities, such as a longer duration of action and affinity for other receptors.
Here I’ll summarise three recent papers that have created interesting compounds based on Salvinorin A that may have diverse therapeutic applications. The development of these compounds shows how quickly Salvinorin A research is progressing, and brings us one step closer to producing amazing therapeutic applications from this unique plant.Read More