What's in Kaizen Caffeine
Directions For Caffeine:
Take one-half to one capsule not more often than every 3-4 hours, up to a maximum of 5 capsules in a 24 hour period. 1 capsule is equivalent to 1 cup of coffee.
For occasional use only. Caffeine intake is not advisable in cases of high blood pressure, pregnancy, diabetes, or heart problems.
Not intended for use as a substitute for sleep.
The recommended dose of this product contains about as much caffeine as a cup of coffee. Limit the amount of caffeine-containing medications, beverages (coffe, tea, colas), or foods (chocolate), as too much caffeine may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, and occasional rapid heart rates.
Not intended for use by persons under 18.
Pharmaceutical grade Potency guaranteed by HPLC analysis
Ratings & Reviews
Works as expected. 200mg of caffeine I believe is equal to one cup of coffee. Price is fair. The only thing these are capsules which need to dissolve before being digested so I open them up and pour into a bottle of water for faster action. Taste stinks doing that, but I don't mind it. The capsule versus tablet is the only reason I didn't rate it a 10.
potency seems solid, perhaps better than sci fit caffeine. capsules are clear so if taking partial and putting back its easy to see hwo much is left in the capsule. capsules easily separable. pricing good- not cheapest but might be a get what you pay for situation. overall, i highly recommend kaizen caffeine capsules compared to several others from this site and other brands(john scott's nitro [pricey], sci fit[questionable quality, opaque capsules, but great price], 4everFit tablets [good quality &amp; price but has calcium base], higher power [ok, opaque capsules, unsure on else haven't tried long enough]. other sources: jetalert=too much filler crap, same with nodoze.