But there is a compensatory antidote: trade in the caffeine for cannabis.
Behind the impersonality of money lies an intensely personal, often compensatory compulsion.
c.1600, from French compensatoire, from Latin compensatus, past participle of compensare (see compensate). Psychological sense is from 1921.
compensatory com·pen·sa·to·ry (kəm-pěn'sə-tôr'ē)adj. Relating to or characterized by compensation.