Powdered Pure Caffeine: Dietary Supplement?

Posted By: benzer | November 25, 2014

Powdered Pure Caffeine is considered a dietary supplement and is not subject to FDA regulations. The FDA has issued a warning on this product that it is very dangerous and could lead to death. This product is pure caffeine and essentially one teaspoon of this caffeine powder equals 25 cups of coffee.

(That’s a lot!!!) The FDA urges parents to look out for these products with their children because the package is attractive to young high school and young adults. Because of the high potency of this powder you should look for signs in your children such as; rapid / erratic heartbeat, seizures, vomiting, diarrhea and being disorientated, these symptoms can be a cause of caffeine toxicity.

These products are sold in bulk bags over the internet and are easy to buy. There has already been one report of a death that is linked to an overdose of caffeine. With pure caffeine keep in mind that it is nearly impossible to measure this product accurately and you could easily consume a deadly amount.

If you notice any of the signs listed above seek medical attention as soon as possible. Keep you and your family safe. Always look for signs no one knows your loved ones better than you do.<a href=”https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/fdawarning”> </a>

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