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All Caffeinated Products

Caffeine is a naturally occurring stimulant, most commonly associated with black tea and coffee; although caffeine is found in many different botanicals, this category contains products naturally containing caffeine.

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Caffeine is naturally found in many botanicals and herbs, commonly associated with coffee beans, tea leaves, kola nuts, and guarana berries. Caffeine is an alkaloid compound that acts on the central nervous system and has several physiological effects, including increased alertness, improved mental clarity, and reduced fatigue.

Caffeine and Coffee

Coffee is the most well-known source of caffeine, with a single cup containing anywhere from 60 to 160 milligrams of caffeine. However, this is greatly affected by the roasting and brewing method and the serving size.

Coffee v's Tea

Tea leaves also contain caffeine, although usually in smaller quantities than coffee; typically, a cup of black tea contains approximately 30 to 50 milligrams of caffeine.

Caffeine In Kola Nuts

Kola nuts are small, brown nuts native to the African kola tree. They have a long history of use as stimulants and are a common ingredient in many soft and energy drinks. A single kola nut contains about 40 milligrams of caffeine.

Guarana Berries And Caffeine

Guarana berries come from a climbing plant native to the Amazon rainforest. The berries contain high levels of caffeine and are used in many energy drinks and supplements. A single guarana berry can have up to 4 milligrams of caffeine. While caffeine can have positive effects, it is essential to consume it in moderation, as excessive caffeine intake can lead to various adverse side effects, including increased anxiety, jitters, and disrupted sleep patterns.