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Jet-Alert 100 MG Each Caffeine Tab 120 Count
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- When Alertness Is Required
- Fast Acting
- Easy to Take
- Safe as Coffee
- Non-Habit Forming
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 3.2 x 2.4 x 2 inches; 1.59 Ounces
- Item model number : 80305
- Date First Available : January 27, 2009
- Manufacturer : Jet-Alert
- ASIN : B001QVCWSK
Best Sellers Rank:
#9,951 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household)
- #784 in Nutritional Supplements
- Customer Reviews:
Active: Caffeine 100 mg. Inactive: calcium stearate, lactose, microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide
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i know, i've tried a few and this is as good as any of them.
the issue is that capsule/pill caffeine simply makes you hyper, or palpitate, if you take what you might assume to be as much as you'd get in a strong espresso.
i can drink cups of jo and have a really nice up awake feeling for exercise or just to get through a long day. capsule/pill caffeine must be used very sparingly however and i found even with my resistance from years of coffee, more than 1 capsule will give me a hyperventilated feeling.
NOTE: this may just be me, your experience may differ...however as a former news reporter whose been on coffee for 30 years now, at least 3 cups of strong brew a day, don't over do this or similar products. 1 capsule was enough for me.
my preference is of course coffee. as tea's caffeine is structurally different than coffee caffeine, and has a more graduate effect...coffee likewise has a more graduate and natural effect than these pill products.
again, not a knock on this brand, or any brand, but i prefer coffee and please note this is not like taking coffee in a pill.
I don't get any jittery feelings from it, but I tend to have a very abnormally high tolerance for caffeine (I've had a large coffee and then fallen right asleep within the hour, many, many times. This has been the case my whole life, and is particularly unusual considering I rarely consume caffeine at all, definitely not on a regular basis, and am a fairly small woman, but I digress). That said, given my high tolerance, I have actually tried doubling the dosage and taking 2 pills on occasion. This does leave me feeling slightly more jittery, but doesn't give me that uneasy/nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach like I have gotten in the past from drinking a lot of strong coffee.
I still would recommend taking it with some food in your stomach, especially if you are more sensitive to stimulants.
The only reason I have deducted a star, is because I have also noticed the consistency issue that some of the other reviews have mentioned (which is what eventually led me to try doubling the dose). That said, the effects of these pills vary greatly from person to person, as well as individually (amount of food in your stomach, time of day, etc.), so just take all reviews regarding effectiveness with a grain of salt.
I'd buy these again, should the need arise.
I ordered these here since I haven't been able to find them around where I am now. I took one. Nothing. I figured it was just from not having any caffeine for so long i was just too burnt out.
Next day I take two. No effect! I take another a few hours later and still nothing. 300 mg of caffeine in a span of 6 hours and I ended up taking a nap.
Are these fakes???
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