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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Caffeine Caffeine Medicine/Medicinal Value What classification of drug is it? Caffeine is a stimulant. Stimulantsspeed up body processes, it has somemedical use. What is it typically used for? It is used to improve mental alertness and is also used for painkillers, asthma, and gallbladder disease. Short Term Effects Different Forms of Caffeine Caffeine is a bitter white crystalline. It is the end product of nitrogen metabolism in some plants. It is most commonly found in:Coffee bean,tea leaves,chocolate, andenergy drinks. Long Term Effects Street Names/Slang Terms Coffee and tea When people use caffeine on a daily basis their bodywill not get the "good" effect of it unless they increase their dose. When the caffeineis taken away completelyresults have unpleasant side effects like: severe headaches, sleepiness, lethargy, lack of concentration, constipation, muscle aches, depression, flu symptoms, and insomnia. More than 500 to 600 mg of caffeine a day can cause: insomnia,nervousness,restlessness, irritability, upset stomach, diarrhea,dizziness, nausea, fast heartbeat, muscle tremors, headaches, jitters,and high blood pressure. It does have some medicinal valueand is used in some pain killing med's.It could either be OTC or prescription It is a legal drug. Java, Mud,Go juice, and Go. Resources Caffeine Crystals By: Candy Dubon Caffeine is the most used drug inthe United States
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