Caffeine, known by its chemical name, trimethylxanthine, is commonly consumed from sources such as coffee, tea, yerba maté, chocolate, as well as many soft drinks and energy drinks.
Caffeine is frequently consumed by athletes as part of their workout supplement program.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Correct measurement of caffeine anhydrous can only be obtained with an accurate milligram weight scale.
- Review by chris
- Review by Vincent
I started consuming caffeine from different sources. Drinking coffee is fine if one want coffee but not because of "need". Caffeine candy was a big hit with me but it is very expensive and has the crash effect. I was hesitant but finally bought 100 g of pure powder caffeine.
I bought a cheap mg scale and some mannitol powder. I weigh out one part caffeine and two parts mannitol and chop it up a little so it all mixes together. I take the concoction like a headache powder and wash it down with sometimes decaffeinated coffee haha.
I can tell you this is the real deal. Understand this is pure caffeine. It does not contain other chemicals found in some "energy" drinks. Which is not necessarily good to take in high doses. They do give the drinks or candy an extra kick which leads to a crash.
I find less if not any crash with pure. The candy I was using before would drop me like a hot potato(e) and I would need more candy.
Next I plan to try natural coffee bean caffeine since it's said it has even less of a crash. Plus is said to contain antioxidants which may or not be true but I am going to take it anyway. (Posted on 3/11/13)
- Review by Branden
- Review by Ted