THEACRINE

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Overview

Theacrine is a small alkaloid molecule that is essentially a structurally modified version of caffeine. The chemical is actually synthesized from caffeine in certain plants. These plants then accumulate theacrine, which gives us natural theacrine sources. Theacrine has shown early promise in recent studies. It appears to offer effects similar to caffeine – but with less tolerance. That means you can continue taking theacrine in small dosages to achieve the same effects over time.

The main problem with theacrine is that studies have been rare. More research is required in order to verify the effects of theacrine. Theacrine most often comes from the Camellia assamica plant, which has a variant known as “kucha”. The kucha plant is popular for making tea. In fact, the kucha plant actually shares its genus with green tea.

 

 

Dosage

Note; dosage information is only for scientific reference purposes. SARMs Central, does not condone the human consumption or use of this substance outside of a controlled scientific environment (i.e. a lab).

In preworkout supplements and nutritional supplements, you’ll often see theacrine advertised at a dosage between 50mg to 300mg. If you want to take theacrine to boost your energy, then start with doses of 50mg before bumping higher until you feel comfortable with your energy boost.

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