Origin: May be derived from various sources including coffee beans, cocoa beans, tea, yerba mate, guarana, and kola nut. The caffeine from these sources undergo laboratory process that include filtering out water and other chemical components to form caffeine anhydrous.
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Overview: Caffeine anhydrous is a form of caffeine that contains 0.5 percent or less of water. It is obtained through dehydrating caffeine extracted from plant sources until a white crystalline powder with a bitter aftertaste is formed.
It has the same psychoactive and physical effects as regular caffeine. It is commonly sold as pills and powders and is frequently used as in ingredient in workout supplements, energy bars, chewing gum, and weight loss products
- Replenishing muscle glycogen concentrations after exercise
- Maintaining alertness during periods of sleep restriction
- Stimulating hair growth in balding men and women
- Relieving post-workout muscle pain
- Potentially protecting against Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease
- Increasing stamina during exercise
- Improving reaction time and logical reasoning
- Potentially promoting weight loss
- Reducing inflammation
- Strengthening heart muscles
Common Dosage: 300 to 400 mg per day