Project Information at a Glance
  • Caffeine is a drug that is naturally produced in the leaves and seeds of many plants. Caffeine is found in varying quantities in the beans, leaves, and fruit of over 60 plants, where it acts as a natural pesticide that paralyzes and kills certain insects feeding on the plants. Caffeine is believed to constrict dilated blood vessels that may contribute to tension headaches.
  • Caffeine is addictive, it's true-- research shows that, although humans seem not to develop tolerance to caffeine (ie do not need more and more, over time, to get the same results, unlike, say, heroin) it does appear that caffeine does cause dependence in humans. Caffeine is in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate and some nuts. Whether high caffeine intake increases the risk of coronary heart disease is still under study.
  • Caffeine is a naturally occurring stimulant of the central nervous system and can be found around the world both naturally in coffees and in teas or artificially extracted for carbonates beverages. The most common negative side effect of caffeine consumption is sleep onset insomnia.Caffeine enters the bloodstream through the stomach and small intestine and can have its effects as soon as 15 minutes after it is consumed.
  • Caffeine is among the most widely used drugs because of its ubiquitous occurrence in commonly consumed beverages such as coffee, tea and cola. Many drugs contain caffeine and are readily accessible to the public in the form of OTC stimulants and combination analgesics. Clearly caffeine is an important drug-food substance in our society which deserves attention.
  • The most commonly known sources of caffeine are coffee and cocoa beans, cola nuts and tea leaves. Caffeine is an alkaloid; of which there are numerous compounds such as the methylxanthines, with three distinguished compounds: caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine, found in guarana, kola nuts, coffee, tea, cocoa beans, mate and other plants.
  • Caffeine is mainly consumed for a person to pick up their energy level, to become more alert, and is used to keep a person awake. A side effect of caffeine is that it causes more frequent urination. If caffeine is consumed 30-60 minutes before going to bed, it can cause restlessness and trouble getting to sleep. Also, a tendency to be awakened more easily by sudden noises can occur.
  • Caffeine has a harmful effect on every organ and system in the human body. Caffeine is the world's favorite drug and it is big business and the tax revenues it generates are huge. On the world commodities market, coffee is second only to petroleum in dollar volume. The actual source of caffeine is the coffee bean, tea leaf, kola nut and cacao pod. Pure caffeine is odorless and has a bitter taste.
  • Caffeine is defined as a drug because it stimulates the central nervous system, causing increased alertness. When humans drink or eat caffeine, it acts as a stimulant. Caffeine is one of the world's most widely used drugs. Caffeine is also used as a food additive regulated by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
  • Caffeine, the main ingredient found in coffee is a stimulant. Caffeine injects adrenalin into your system to give you a boost and make you feel good. 
    The symptoms for drinking too much caffeine and the symptoms for caffeine withdrawal are very similar. Caffeine is used for reducing bodyfat and perception of effort.
  • There is soaring demand for caffeine-fueled energy drinks, which are especially popular among teens. And as it happens, energy drinks have become enormously popular as mixers with alcohol on the bar scene. A competitor paid $215 million for the company that created Sparks, an orange-flavored drink that has about 6 percent alcohol content along with caffeine, ginseng and guarana.
  • Decaffeinated coffee accounts for about 10 per cent of the world coffee market, according to The National Coffee Association of USA. Industrial methods today to decaffeinate coffee use organic solvents and carbon dioxide to remove the caffeine from the beans, but in the process tend to deplete necessary flavour compounds. Research published by researchers in Japan found genetically modified coffee seedlings could produce up to 70 per cent less caffeine.
 General Information
  • Caffeine Drug
  • Caffeine In Soft Drinks
  • All About Caffeine
  • Caffeine Content of Food and Drugs
  • Caffeine Is a Common Chemical
  • Caffeine Containing Products
  • Caffeine Fact Sheet
  • How Caffeine Works
  • Caffeine Is Not Addictive
  • What is caffeine?
  • Caffeine
  • Caffeine and Pregnancy
  • Caffeine History


  • Caffeine
  • Caffeine Products
  • Caffeine Info And Products
  • Matching Designs for Caffeine Products
  • Caffeine Powder
Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Caffeine, Anhydrous
  • Caffeine Sigma Aldrich Ultra
  • Caffeine
  • Caffeine - MSDS
  • Caffeine Citrate Oral Solution
  • Safety data for caffeine
  • Caffeine MSDS


  • Caffeine Formulation for Avian Repellency
  • Metabolic engineering of caffeine production
  • Caffeine Inhibition of Aflatoxin Synthesis: Probable Site of Action
  • Decaffeinated coffee
  • Vocal Survival Techniques


  • Delivery of Caffeine through an Inhalation Route
  • Caffeine Detector
  • Aqueous caffeine dosage forms
  • Caffeine Absorbent Liquid Filter
  • Caffeine Chewing Gum
  • Method and System for Effecting Withdrawal from Caffeine Dependency
  • Preparation of Caffeine
  • Purification of Caffeine
  • Caffeine Recovery from Activated Carbon
Extraction Process
  • Extraction of Caffeine
  • Caffeine extraction from Coffee
  • Caffeine Extraction
  • How is caffeine removed to produce decaffeinated coffee?
  • The Extraction of Caffeine from Coffee
  • Separation of Caffeine from Coffee or Tea
  • Extraction of Caffeine from Tea or Coffee
  • Extraction
  • Caffeine Extraction Lab
  • Solid-Phase Extraction of Caffeine
  • Extraction and Purification of Caffeine from Tea Leaves
  • Isolation and Characterization of a Natural Product: Caffeine.
  • Extraction Of Caffeine From Tea Leaves
  • Extraction of Caffeine from Tea
Raw Materials
  • Cocoa Suppliers
  • Coffee Suppliers
  • Tea Leaf Suppliers
  • Tea and Coffee Suppliers
Machinery Suppliers
  • Analytical Balance Suppliers
  • Centrifuge Suppliers
  • Machines
  • Caffeine Extraction Plant
  • Magnetic Stirrer Manufacturers & Suppliers


  • The Effect of Caffeine on Human Blood Pressure
  • Caffeine: Is It Just Not for Breakfast Any More?
  • Is there a Synergism Between Caffeine Intake and Resistance Training to Enhance Post-Exercise Thermogenesis?
  • Caffeine and Heart Rate
  • Effect of Caffeine on Ischemia Detection by Adenosine Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography Perfusion Imaging
  • Caffeine from Tea Waste
  • Theory of Supercritical Fluid Extraction via the Discovery Approach
  • Beverage Market Analysis
  • Energy Drinks Bringing Jolt To Caffeine Market
  • The dark side of coffee. Market power in the German market for roasted coffee
  • A Booze Buzz For
  • UK Drug Market analysis
  • Gum-maker hopes to get piece of caffeine market
  • Liquid Caffeine: Inside the Energy Drink Market
  • Fresh market opportunities from new 'decaff' coffee crop


  • Ca2+ sparks and Ca2+ glows in superior cervical ganglion neurons
  • Benefits
  • Caffeine - Benefits and Risks
  • Enhanced Ca2+-Activated Na+-Ca2+ Exchange Activity in Canine Pacing-Induced Heart Failure
  • Energy Systems
  • Calcium Release
  • Modulation of Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
  • Regulation of Ryanodine Receptor
  • Caffeine: Psychological Effects, Use and Abuse
Company Profiles
  • Company from India
  • Company from New Zealand
  • Company from New Jersey
  • Company from China


  • Consultant from California
  • Consultant from USA
  • Experts
  • Consultant from Hawaii
  • Experts in caffeine
  • Consultant
  • Another Consultant from Hawaii
Environmental Issues
  • Overviews of Environmental Issues and Environmental Conservation Measures in China
  • Course in Environmentally
    Conscious Chemical Process Design
  • Decaffeinated & Flavored Coffee - Good or Bad?
  • Preconceptual/prenatal care of our children: On the ethics of drug-induced disabilities
  • Caffeine


  • Caffeine
  • Caffeine Effects
  • Caffeine: How much is too much?
  • Caffeine And Its Harmful Effects
  • Health Effects
  • Everything You Need to Know About Caffeine
  • Effects of Caffeine on the Nervous System
  • Health Effects of Coffee and Caffeine on Stress
  • Caffeine and Women's Health


  • Reconsidering Caffeine
  • Effects of Caffeine and Task Experience on Task Performance
  • Effect of Caffeine on Myocardial Blood Flow at Rest and During Pharmacological Vasodilation
  • Guidelines for Extraction and Purification of Caffeine from Tea Leaves Experiment
  • Neuropsychiatric effects of caffeine
  • The Safety Aspects of Dietary Caffeine
  • Effect of caffeine on in vivo processing of alkylated bases in proliferating plant cells
  • Caffeine company raises capital for functional food developments
Suppliers and Buyers
  • Supplier in Canada
  • Caffeine Buyers List
  • Caffeine Supplier
  • Suppliers for Caffeine
  • Importer and Exporter
  • Suppliers of Caffeine
  • Caffeine Products
  • Caffeine Offers
  • Selling Leads
  • Suppliers Directory
  • Suppliers List