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Pharmaceutical Grade Caffeine Powder 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine 	Raw Steroids Powder

Pharmaceutical Grade Caffeine Powder 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine Raw Steroids Powder

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    Pharmaceutical Grade Caffeine Powder

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    1 3 7-Trimethylxanthine

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    99% Caffeine Powder

  • Brand Name
    Kan Ying
  • Product Name
    Caffeine
  • Place Of Origin
    India
  • Shelf Life
    2 Years
  • Purity
    99%
  • Color
    White Powder
  • Storage
    Cool Dry Place
  • Alias Name
    1,3,7-trimethylxanthine
  • Place of Origin
    India
  • Brand Name
    Kan Ying
  • Minimum Order Quantity
    1kg
  • Price
    To discuss
  • Packaging Details
    1kg-25kg
  • Delivery Time
    2
  • Payment Terms
    L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram,Dollars
  • Supply Ability
    200000

Pharmaceutical Grade Caffeine Powder 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine Raw Steroids Powder

Pharmaceutical Grade Caffeine Powder 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine Raw Steroids Powder

 

1. Product title:caffeine

 

2. Product parameter table:

Product Name caffeine Specification 99%
Appearance White or light white power Main Effect Refreshing and relieving fatigue
Brand Name Kan Ying Store-method Cool Dry Place
Shelf Life 2 Years When
Properly Stored
From India

 

3. Product Description:

Stimulate central nervous system, refresh mind, relieve fatigue

The main source of caffeine in the food industry is coffee beans. Unlike other substances that stimulate the central nervous system and alcohol, caffeine's effects are fairly short-lived. For most people, caffeine doesn't affect their attention and other higher intellectual functions, so workplaces tend to favor caffeinated beverages. Caffeine is safe for humans, but caffeine and other similar substances, such as theophylline and caffeine, may be highly toxic to other animals, such as dogs and horses, because their liver metabolism is different from that of humans

 

4. source:

Caffeine is a plant alkaloid that is found in many plants. As a natural insecticide, it paralyzes insects that eat caffeine-containing plants. The caffeinated plants most commonly used by humans include coffee, tea, and some cocoa. Other, less commonly used, Paraguayan Holly and guarana trees are often used to make teas or energy drinks. The names for caffeine, Mateine and Guarana Factor, are derived from these two plants.

The most important source of caffeine in the world is the coffee bean (the seed of the coffee plant), which is also the raw material of coffee. The amount of caffeine in coffee depends greatly on the type of bean and how the coffee is prepared, and even the amount of caffeine in the same bean from the same tree can vary greatly. Generally, the amount of caffeine in a cup of coffee ranges from 40 milligrams in an arabesso to 100 milligrams in an espresso. Dark roast coffee usually has less caffeine than light roast coffee because roasting reduces the caffeine content in the beans. Arabica coffee usually has less caffeine than medium-fruit coffee. Coffee also contains trace amounts of theophylline, but not theobromine.

Tea is another great source of caffeine. Depending on the strength of the tea, the caffeine content in each cup of tea is generally only half that in each cup of coffee. Some types of tea, such as black and oolong, have higher levels of caffeine than others. Compared with coffee, tea contains a small amount of theobromine and a slightly higher amount of theophylline. The production of tea leaves has a great influence on the tea leaves, but the color of the leaves is hardly indicative of the caffeine content. The caffeine content of Japanese green tea is much lower than that of many black teas, such as Lapama Komura, which contains almost no caffeine.

Chocolate made from cocoa powder also contains small amounts of caffeine. Chocolate is a very weak stimulant, mainly because it contains theobromine and theophylline. A typical 28-gram bar of milk chocolate contains the same amount of caffeine as decaffeinated coffee.

Caffeine is also a common ingredient in soft drinks, such as cola, which was originally made from kola nuts. A bottle of soft drinks usually contains 10 to 50 milligrams of caffeine. Energy drinks, such as Red Bull, contain 50 milligrams of caffeine per bottle. The caffeine in these drinks comes from the original ingredients used in them or from additives in decaffeinated coffee, some of which are chemically synthesized. Guarana, the base ingredient in many energy drinks, contains a large amount of caffeine and a small amount of theobromine. Naturally occurring slow-release excipients contain small amounts of theophylline.

 

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