Our Pharmaceutical Grade Caffeine Anhydrous Powder is a 100% pure white powder that has a bitter taste and meets the most recent UK Pharmaceopia standards. The mesh size (coarseness of the product) is very fine like flour and consistent preventing any grittiness which can be found in cheaper products. This material is Kosher, and the product’s certificate of analysis is available above.
We source our buy 100 pure caffeine powder from the worlds largest manufacturer of caffeine and is the highest quality you can by. All our caffeine is independently tested in the UK and only bought from approved suppliers with stringent quality management systems and accreditation for your peace of mind.
Caffeine powder is highly potent stimulant and requires a small dosage to provide strong effects. It is critical that caffeine powder is weighed out using accurate scales that are capable of measuring to at least two decimal places in milligrams. You can purchase these scales cheaply from our website here or other reputable vendors online.Many other energy drinks, pre workouts and also coffee include caffeine so be careful do avoid excessive caffeine intake from other sources. Caffeine is highly potent and it is not recommended to be measured out without accurate weighing scales and being very mindful of the dosage. We cannot express enough how important the correct dosage is of this product is. Always start low and work higher.buy 100 pure caffeine powder We do not provide scoops for measuring this product out as they do not provide consistent dosing. DO NOT under any circumstances use teaspoon or other volume based measurements to dose this product. A single teaspoon of pure powdered caffeine is roughly equivalent to the amount in 28 cups of coffee.Side effects from excessive caffeine include nausea, vomiting, anxiety, and heart palpitations. Consuming as little as one tablespoon (equivalent to 3 teaspoons or approximately 8.1 grams) of caffeine has been associated with symptoms including chest pain, hypokalaemia, elevated blood glucose, tachycardia, bigeminy, agitation, respiratory alkalosis, irregular heartbeat, and in some cases, even death.