Caffeine for the Treatment of Mental Exhaustion

The most common drug in the word, Caffeine is a naturally-occurring stimulant found in more than 60 plant species native to South America and East Asia. Acting as a natural insect pesticide, Caffeine is found in coffee beans, tea leaves, dola nuts, cacao beans, guarana seeds and yerba mate leaf. In humans, it affects the central nervous system and is associated with a reduced risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases, restoring alertness, fighting fatigue, weight loss and migraine treatment.

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