Caffeine is a substance from the xanthine alkaloids. Its scientific name is trimethylxanthine and caffeine can be found in coffee beans, tea leaves and other plants.
Caffeine is a direct stimulator of the central nervous system. It is known mostly for its ability to temporarily suppress sleepiness and to regain sharpness of alertness.
When it is found in coffee, it is called caffeine, when it is found in tea – theanine, when it is found in Guarana – guaranine, in Yerba Mate – mateine etc. The Food Standards Agency in the UK indicates the dose of 300 mg of caffeine per day for safe.
Other sources vary in their recommendations for safe dosages between 180 to 450 mg of caffeine per day.
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