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Discussion in 'Intellectual Talk' started by Joshua Farrell, Dec 4, 2018.
What is your favorite caffeinated beverage of choice? Mine would be the Monster Nitro Super Dry.
Just coffee or iced coffee for me. Never been into energy drinks.
My favorite caffeine beverage is iced coffee.
I just like iced coffee or frappuccinos.
Diet Pepsi sustains my life force.
I've never really liked Pepsi for some reason. I don't understand why people like the flavor of straight pepsi so much.
I used to drink Pepsi all the time, but I prefer Diet Pepsi now.
Mine is definitely green tea with red reishi mushrooms. In terms of sodas - it's tropicana mixed with a Jamaican soda called ting which has a grapefruit flavor. It is delicious.
I pour two packs of 3-in-1 coffee sachets on a 1-liter tumbler that contains ice-cold water. Helps me to stay alert the entire day.
That's a lot of coffee to consume in one day though lol
@killamch89 Probably isn't as much as I have been drinking. Been typically drinking upwards of 200-300 mg of caffeine a day.
I drink one cup of coffee in the morning before work, and then one in the evening around 4pm on the way home. Not really a fan of soda.
Coffee. Always Coffee.
No, it's just fine. One time I'm so sleepy but I'm badly needed at work, so I drank almost five packs of coffee. My mind went into overdrive, and I got so anxious and hyperactive. I still get to sleep after my shift when I got home.
I never go over two cups because I tend to get really nervous, hyperactive and kind of paranoid lol. Sometimes, after two cups I swear I'm walking on the ceiling and I just can't sit down lmao.
You might want to dial back on the dose. This stuff can mess up your nerves if you're not careful.
That's exactly what I felt that day, haha! Plus, I have a feeling that my heart was beating faster, even though I'm not in love at the moment. LOL
@killamch89, my nervous system is already messed up from having a sub-type of Rheumatoid Arthritis, so I have the large amounts of caffeine and b vitamins to counteract the sluggish feeling that comes with it.
I see what you mean. There is a kind of coffee called Organo Gold - I think you should give it a try. Their coffee is made with an asian herb called red reishi which is a powerful healing herb backed by medical science. It basically neutralizes the nervous effect the caffeine would have on your nervous system and gives you a significant boost in energy without feeling hyperactive or crashing like with regular coffee. This is something I normally drink btw and that's why I am recommending it.