The amount of caffeine contained in two cups of coffee can reduce postworkout muscle pain by nearly 50 percent.
The monetary expansion has been like a shot of adrenaline, or caffeine.
Jazz helps sell millions of cups of coffee, but sales of jazz records are in dire need of a caffeine jolt.
I've found that 30 seconds of high-intensity body-weight exercise gives me the same mental boost as a shot of caffeine.
According to at least one study, merely believing that caffeine speeds us up can speed us up.
This made a hot and palatable drink having the color of coffee without the harmful stimulus of its caffeine.
Kola drinks owe their vogue to the caffeine which they contain.
Besides, the caffeine in the coffee probably aided the pilocarpine.
Coffee owes its stimulating and refreshing qualities to caffeine.
Its form is that of a light, white, crystalline powder, which is rather less soluble than caffeine.
caffeine caf·feine or caf·fein (kā-fēn', kāf'ēn', kāf'ē-ĭn)
A bitter white alkaloid often derived from tea or coffee and used chiefly as a mild stimulant and in the treatment of certain kinds of headache.