Most people use caffeine because it provides an energy boost in the morning.
However, did you know that there is a powder that offers even much more energy than your morning cup of coffee?
If you didn’t know, that substance is caffeine powder and the power it provides is unlike anything else.
This potent powder is sold as a dietary supplement available in different sizes and brands. A quick search on Amazon will reveal there are dozens if not hundreds available for purchase.
This makes it difficult for newbies to choose the best caffeine powder.
That’s why we came up with this piece.
After reading this, you should be able to quickly choose a quality brand caffeine based powder (or pills) from Amazon. Even some of BCAA capsules and powder have naturally designed caffeine.
Go for professional brands
Yes, they might be a bit more expensive but you should stick to professional brands.
They have a reputation to protect.
Unknown foreign brands with no reputation to protect may be selling you substandard products or adulterated products that could be harmful to your health.
Check out the reviews
Before you buy your caffeine powder check out what other buyers are saying in the reviews. This is true for caffeine powder and for any other thing you may want to buy online.
When checking reviews, stick to those marked “verified purchase”.
Those without the mark could be done by anyone who has a computer with internet access.
If the reviews are too negative or point towards the powder not being effective, don’t even bother considering the product any further. Look for something else.
Ingredients and recommended serving
Caffeine powder is supposed to be pure caffeine but it could come from a variety of sources, and mixed within other well known workout and fitness products such as BCAA for women or men, pre workout or even weightloss supplements.
Stick to those that come from known sources such as coffee beans.
But that is not important to this guide. What is important is whether or not the ingredients are indicated. Professional manufacturers will clearly indicate all their ingredients and the country of origin.
The same goes for recommended servings.
Reputable companies will indicate the recommended serving to protect you from overdosing.
So stick to powders with clearly labeled ingredients and recommended servings.
Check if the powder passed any certifications. If yes, then go ahead and buy, if no move on to another product.
Go only for products from reputable manufacturers, with favorable reviews, clear labeling and the appropriate certificates of safety.