Caffeine Anhydrous

Caffeine anhydrous is an extremely important substance usually found in the ever popular drink, coffee. Coffee actually doesn’t need much introduction as the drink has been part of history for a very long time. Drinking coffee has various benefits. Some would say they feel stimulated, others feel focused at work. At most, every office has coffee pots on percolate for the employees to have their caffeine fix anytime.

But when it comes to actual fat burning, we have some news for you. Read on…

Caffeine Anhydrous in iForce Dexaprine

As an ingredient found in iForce Dexaprine, Caffeine is concentrated to give you that extra kick. In order to concentrate Caffeine, water has to be removed first making it “anhydrous” or Caffeine with 0.5 percent water. In contrast, hydrous caffeine found in coffee beans is diluted in 8.5 percent water. Caffeine anhydrouscomes in the form of an odorless, dry white powder that is very bitter to taste. In this way, you don’t have to drink 1 cup of coffee just to get the exact effect found in one tablet of Dexaprine.

Getting pumped up with Caffeine Anhydrous

This ingredient actually has a lot of benefits. One of the main benefits is that it is a potent stimulant. It has been proven already by hundreds of studies and years of use. Caffeine primarily stimulates the central nervous system.

Some of the Caffeine anhydrous effects are as follows:

  • Wakefulness
  • Mental Acuity
  • Increased body coordination
  • Improved Cognition
  • Appetite suppression

Caffeine stimulates the CNS by increasing certain neurotransmitters such as dopamine, acetylcholine and even serotonin. These neurotransmitters have profound effects on the way you feel. It’s important to note that an increase of these neurotransmitters lead one to be very alert and active. Caffeine can cross the blood brain barrier so it can even stimulate your brain to make you more active. Usually you’ll start feeling the effects within 45 minutes of drinking a cup of coffee.

Caffeine Anhydrous as a Fat Burner and Weight Loss product

Caffeine Anhdrous in Powder Form

The ingredient itself has its thermogenic properties that can help with the burning of fats. The presence of Caffeine in the body leads to the increase of epinephrine and norepinephrine. These two hormones actually tell the body to dissolve fat so that it can be available as an energy source! The diuretic effect of Caffeine is also a plus. Excess water can be removed from the body purifying you as diuresis also removes metabolic wastes.

The fact is, however, that caffeine isn’t the end-all, be-all for fat burners. Its main role is to “increase turnover”. However, if you’ve seen fat burners that rely ONLY on a ton of caffeine, that does nothing but bring side effects. You’ve seen that fat burner pill with over 200mg of caffeine, haven’t you? It’s AWFUL, and we stay away from that junk!

The reason why is because studies have shown that fat burning (and athletic performance) tops out relatively early on. It is up to the other ingredients to help out with these things — and caffeine’s biggest role is to speed their processes up. This is especially true for the theophylline extracted from green tea, as mentioned below.

So don’t fall into the trap of needing tons of caffeine (or coffee) and expecting it to do wonders to your physique. It just doesn’t work that way. It is merely part of the arsenal in a well-formulated product like Dexaprine – but it is not the total arsenal by itself.

Other Benefits of Caffeine Anhydrous in Detail

One of the benefits of Caffeine includes protection from memory loss. Dr. Karen Ritchie of INSERM concluded that for female test subjects, Caffeine protected them from cognitive decline compared to the control group that did not take caffeine at all.

Caffeine Anhydrous as a Mild Pain Reliever and Muscle Damage Protection

Victor Maridakis from the University of Georgia conducted a study published in the “Journal of Pain” in January 2007. His findings were astounding. According to the results, test subjects who took caffeine supplements prior to performing exercises that causes muscle damage felt less exercise pain and soreness compared to the placebo group. This means caffeine can actually protect your muscles from too much damage!

Caffeine Anhydrous and Caffeine Metabolites – Power times Three

Caffeine is already a powerful ingredient that has a lot of benefits. However, once it gets metabolized in the liver, Caffeine anhydrous is actually broken down to 3 powerful metabolites! These metabolites have various properties that are equal or stronger than Caffeine.

Paraxanthine – Weight Loss metabolite of Caffeine Anhydrous

Paraxanthine or otherwise known as 1,7-dimethylxanthine is a powerful lipolysis agent. Its various properties include the increase of cAMP and PKA. Increased cAMP has been known to increase hormones Glucagon and Adrenaline in the body. These two hormones gives paraxanthine powerful fat burning properties. Also it can reduce inflammation of various tissues.

Theobromine – Muscle relaxant and Vasodilator metabolite of Caffeine Anhydrous

Also called as Xantheose, Theobromine can be classed together with other methylxanthines. It is also found in chocolates and tea. It is a potent vasodilator that can lower blood pressure, increase heart rate and increase blood flow to the organs of body especially to the brain.

Theophylline – Energy Booster metabolite of Caffeine Anhydrous

Theophylline primarily acts as an energy booster with various effects in the body. Theophylline is also found in iForce Dexaprine as the main compound in Green Tea Extract.

How much is Too Much Caffeine Anhydrous?

Caffeine Anhydrous Side Effect – Tremors

Many have expressed tolerance to coffee. They’d have to drink several cups before the effects kick in. This isn’t a good practice. The body can only handle so much Caffeine regardless if you feel the effects or not. Various side effects of Caffeine anhydrous is a rapid heart beat or tachycardia, insomnia and nervous breakdown. In its anhydrous form, the adult dose should not exceed 10 grams (or 10,000 milligrams) or 0.35 ounces. That’s enough to keep you high for a week! In iForce Dexaprine the half life of the dosage of Caffeine anhydrous lasts for 4 hours; well within the limit for most individuals. If you’re already taking Dexaprine, it’s advisable to halt other stimulants and caffeine based products.

As always, follow the label. Dexaprine is a VERY strong supplement, and you should never mix in any other stimulant-based products – not even a cup of coffee!! See a doctor before beginning any diet and/or supplementation program, and never mix with prescription drugs unless under a doctor’s direct supervision. A quality diet and training program is free on this site.

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