What is Caffeine Anhydrous?
Caffeine Anhydrous is a molecule that can be absorbed very quickly by the body. Fifteen minutes after ingestion, the caffeine level starts to rise and that peak comes an hour after ingestion. The blood-brain barrier can be crossed without difficulty because the molecule is fat-soluble.
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- The Inspection Council, together with various parties (Neprofarm, NPN, FNLI), has developed a handy database with examples of permitted and prohibited health claims per nutrient.
- Herbal preparations or botanicals are health products. There is something special about it: the European food and commodity agency EFSA has not yet issued an opinion, so the European Commission has not yet made a decision.
- The SupplementsWijzer App of Eigenkracht takes a closer look at 3000 ingredients . Eigenkracht is a program of the Doping Authority.
- The Caffeine analysis on Examine.com contains 580 unique references to scientific articles.
The recommended adult dose is 200mg of caffeine anhydrous. Dependence can develop so it is best to use these nootropics intermittently, especially those who are somewhat prone to addiction. Also, do not drink (a lot of) coffee, because you might still be consuming too much caffeine.
With normal use, there are few to no side effects. However, have you (structurally) used too much caffeine anhydrous and are you reducing your intake? Then you often have to deal with insomnia, restlessness or headaches.