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Theacrine is an alkaloid structurally similar to Caffeine, and preliminary evidence suggests that it activates similar signalling pathways. The preliminary evidence also suggests less tolerance buildup with theacrine. However, the tolerance effects have not been clinically proven. It is found in the camellia assamica variant, kucha, which is from what Kucha tea is made. One study that noted stimulation with theacrine failed to find any tolerance over the course of seven days; a time frame where caffeine would normally show tolerance. This suggests that the body either does not, or may have a reduced tolerance, to theacrine.
Based on preclinical and human clinical research, TeaCrine:
Product contains one 2g or 5g of TeaCrine® powder.
TeaCrine® is a registered trademark and protected by Patents Pending, Serial No. 61/903,362; under exclusive global distribution by Compound Solutions, Inc.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please consult your physician, and understand the available research, before consumption. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It has not been approved, nor have these statements been evaluated, by the FDA.
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This stuff is about 50x the price of caffeine powder... when caffeine powder was still easy to get. It also tastes _at least_ 50x as bad.
I find the effect similar to the combination of caffeine + theanine. The peak was over within a couple of hours, after which i didn't notice additional benefits of concentration, but i did feel some continued effects (e.g. lack of desire to sleep) for another few hours.
But that taste. It tastes like ass, but worse. And it lingers longer.
I'm fairly sensitive to the effects of caffeine, so i mixed ~50mg of theacrine with ~5oz of orange juice, and drank it.
Then i drank more orange juice.
Then i drank some water.
And more water.
And coconut water.
And at that point, the aftertaste was (still there and still terrible, but) manageable.
Without having taken theacrine regularly, i already believe the assessment that it is not habit forming. The flavor is certainly enough to keep any eager reward centers at bay. a e on 30th Dec 2016
Plutôt chère mais pas mal, similaire a la caféine mais sans la dépendance.
Bien pour travailler des heures durant.
Bien pour le sport aussi.
Rien d'autre a dire sur ce nootropique, pas d'effet indésirable remarqués. Unknown on 9th Nov 2016
TeaCrine is structurally similar to caffeine, and pharmacologically probably works on the exact same receptor system/metabolic pathway. TeaCrine, in my experience, taken at ~100mg reliably produced a nice caffeine-like boost to motivation, attentiveness, and euphoria, but marginally weaker in each effect than caffeine. In addition, it did not produce shakiness of the extremities, as much diuretic effect, or xerostomia (dry mouth).
In general, TeaCrine has essentially all the same effects of caffeine, but slightly weaker stimulation at the same dose, and much less noticeable negative side effects like "the jitters." It also last about 6 hours for me, as opposed to 3-4 hours of full efficacity from caffeine. Steven Schupbach on 4th Apr 2016
Theacrine is like a better caffeine for me. It is almost like caffeine and l-theanine, but better. I am not sure what the difference is with TeaCrine brand, but the logo looks cool. Lol Unknown on 13th Feb 2016