Jet-Alert 100 MG Each Caffeine Tab 120 Count
- When Alertness Is Required
- Fast Acting
- Easy to Take
- Safe as Coffee
- Non-Habit Forming
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These Jet Alert pills take about 25 minutes to kick in and I generally use them for before an early morning lecture or before a long study session. I've also tried taking one right before lifting weights, and I did feel pleasantly pumped throughout the workout. 120 pieces have lasted me about 3 months. Caffeine will increase your metabolism and dehydrate you--I've made sure to compensate for that and haven't had a problem.
This last part is for the coffee drinkers. I do enjoy coffee (I drink it black), and I used to drink up to 2 cups a day. That's not much, but I didn't like the way it worked with my stomach pH, as coffee is acidic. You should verify this on your own, but a high acidity diet could mess with your long term bone and stomach health. It also stained my teeth. Jet Alert is the only retailer on Amazon selling in 100 mg, and their pills make a great substitute for my coffee habit. So if my description sounds good to you, stick with Jet Alert.
Most caffeine pills are 200mg for some reason, which is roughly two cups of coffee at once. 200mg tends to make most people feel overstimulated, myself included. 100mg is a more appropriate typical dose, and these are the only caffeine pills I've ever seen at the 100mg level.
Also, something I wish I would have known years ago: caffeine naps are amazing. If you take a pill and immediately take a 20-minute nap, you will feel much more refreshed than after a normal nap. This also works great in the morning. Set an extra alarm 20 minutes before you normally would, take one of these, and go back to sleep. You'll wake up feeling great, without being zombie-like for the first half hour after getting out of bed. There is an article on LifeHacker about this for further reading if you're curious -- just Google "caffeine nap".
Keep in mind, caffeine is somewhat addictive, regardless of the rather amusing "non-habit-forming" label on the container. It's not serious, but if you use it habitually at levels greater than 200-300mg a day (2-3 cups of coffee) for several months or more, you will probably feel very tired and a bit lazy for about a week after stopping. It's better to gradually decrease the dose over a week or two if you want to stop.
As a word of warning, though, even at this low dose, I developed a dependency. Because it's normally part of my alarm clock routine, I usually don't take it on the weekend, since I get to sleep in a bit. By the time Sunday afternoon rolls around, I'm usually getting a headache and feeling pretty bad, and it's definitely the caffeine doing it.
I have a friend that drinks coffee on a regular basis and usually goes for two pills for that shot of energy.
It is a very good deal for the price.
I take them with food, which slows the absorption: I have found that, at times, taking such pills on an empty stomach can cause jitters and anxiety, which is why I don't take them on an empty stomach any more. It is rare to find caffeine pills in 100 MG strength, so I'm glad I found these; the dose is, for me, just right, and it's easier taking these than half of a 200.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Calories free, painless and cheap way to get my caffeine fix. 100mg is the right dose for me.Published 11 hours ago by D. Whynot
I like that this is only 100mg. I have a low tolerance to caffeine and this hits the sweet spot of alert but not jittery. Would buy again.Published 1 day ago by Dominic DiIenno
I take one each morning because I don't like coffee. Cheap, easy, small, and convenient. No complaints.Published 2 days ago by Brandon Loye
100mg is too much for me. I prefer to take 50mg in the morning then another one in the afternoon. I used to have these large 200mg tablets that I could split into 4 pieces. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kevin N.
I was so glad to find 100 mg tablets. In the stores I could only find 200 mg. Since I don't drink coffee, 200 mg was way too much caffeine for me. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joan Smith
Great for a quick pick-me-up. We use it mostly on the weekends to stay up later since we are used to being in bed hours earlier on the week days. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kristen
Works as described. One of these when I get up and I don't hate mornings quite so much.Published 13 days ago by Alyssa Michelle
Way cheaper than the grocery store version (No-Doz) and they are in 100mg pills instead of 200mg, allowing for lower doses.Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer