Other Sources Of Caffeine
Caffeine is a dad to be the most commonly used drug and is very popular for its alertness increasing and the temporarily boosting abilities that it has. If you are among the people that actually hate the taste and smell of the coffee and uses a list of energy drinks in a day, there are other sources for you. We can, first of all, get the obvious source, the coffee itself, out of the way and here, there are three types which are the Robusta, the Arabica, and the Liberica.
The Arabica is the most popular type and have less caffeine levels, pleasant flavors and with chocolate an note, followed by the Robusta that has harsher taste and with higher caffeine level and the rare type, the Liberia that is almost extinct with floral hints and a smoky nutty flavor. Tea is the perfect option for when you want small caffeine but you have to be careful here because not all tea will have the caffeine. The black team has the highest caffeine levels followed by the oolong, then green, white and finally the yellow tea and can be taken as a hot drink or as iced tea.
The match has more caffeine than the normal tea and this is, therefore, a perfect choice for when you want more of the caffeine but don’t want to drink coffee. To make matcha, the green tea leaves are usually ground to make a powder that is then added water for the paste, which is then added hot waters and whisk for the smooth form that can also be used for the shakes and the smoothies. The caffeine leaves are usually higher because you are taking the whole leaf. The Guarana seeds, there were initially used for the medicinal purposes, are used as supplements for the weight loss regimen and to make various frizzy energy drinks today and this is another source of the caffeine. The herbal supplements are the healthier options here unlike the sugar packed and fizzy drinks. Like the matcha, these also have powders that can be used for the smoothies and the shakes.
The kola, which was part of the original recipe for the frizzy energy drinks and the word ‘cola’ is loss the other natural source of the caffeine. The kola nuts, which is the origin for the word ‘cola’ and a part of the original repose for the populate drinks is also a strong mayoral source of the caffeine. The natural supplements have been used for the aiding of the digestion and the blood circulation, and are therefore better than the frizzy brinks. Last but not the least there is the cocoa, which is found in the cocoa powder and the chocolate drinks. The cocoa and chocolate usually don’t naturally have the caffeine because of the processing methods, but the raw cocoa has stimulants that can replace the caffeine. In conclusion, there are more options and healthier alternatives for sugary energy drinks.