Caffeine Pills: Bad for You or Healthy Way to Get Caffeine.
Tablets will probably have less caffeine in one (I know proplus has 50mg per tablet) so you can limit how much you have. A mug of instant coffee will have around 100mg of caffeine and there's around 30-40mg per 100ml of energy drink (various brands vary in caffeine content) 0.
Pure Caffeine tablets contain pure high-grade caffeine. Each tablet contains a huge 200mgs, with 100 or 200 tablets per tub ensuring this is the best value supplement of its kind in the UK.
The pills themselves are small, easy to swallow, and quite powerful -- I find myself breaking each pill in half and taking just one half at a time. 200 milligrams of caffeine is around two cups of coffee, and I find myself getting jittery at that point.
The FDA says that 400 milligrams per day is a safe amount for healthy adults. For reference, coffee contains 80 to 100 milligrams in one cup, so you should drink no more than four or five cups per day. Caffeine tablets typically have about 200 milligrams in one pill, which is the equivalent of two coffee cups.
Once you’ve got yourself some caffeine pills, a bottle of aspirin, and some Bronkaid tablets, it’s time to get down to work. I recommend you assess your tolerance first by taking smaller doses at first, and then working your way up to the full stack dosage. The following ECA stack is typically taken 3x per day.
A 6 oz Jello package makes about 30 shots. The amount of pills needed depends on the desired caffeine dosage per shot. To make thirty 100 mg caffeine shots a total of 3 grams of caffeine is needed. If using standard 200 mg pills, 15 will be needed.
Caffeine: 20-100 milligrams It’s a good idea to do your homework on this. The range can be large and, like energy drinks, there can be hidden caffeine in ingredients like guarana.