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    About Caffeine Anhydrous
    Chemical bond representation of caffeine anhydrous

    Caffeine anhydrous is made from the seeds and leaves of coffee plants. The word “anhydrous” means “without water.” After harvesting, caffeine is extracted from the plant matter and dehydrated. This produces a highly concentrated caffeine powder.

    What does it do in your body?

    When you ingest caffeine, it hitches a ride to your brain via your bloodstream. There, it mimics adenosine, a compound that’s present throughout your body.Adenosine works like a depressant, slowing you down and making you sleepy. Caffeine mimics adenosine so effectively that it’s able to take the place of adenosine in your brain and liven things up.

    What Amount Can I Take Per Day?

    According to the Mayo Clinic, a healthy adult can safely drink 400 mg of caffeine per day, equal to four or five cups of coffee.

    Now you know!

    There’s the facts about Caffeine Anhydrous for this weeks Wisdom Wednesday! As always, take supplements at your own risk and consult your doctor prior to taking supplements. Everyone is different, results from supplements widely vary from person to person.

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