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Carbolin 19 and Caffeine

I’ve been doing some reading on forskolin and caeffeine, and many studies are showing that some of its effects are impeded by the presence of caffeine. I understand that’s why caffeine-free Spike is now available, but will even having a coffee or tea potentially negate its effects?

I don’t drink either often, but I was curious. Sorry if this has already been covered.

HOT-ROX Extreme has both Carbolin 19 and caffeine.

Thanks. I’ll have to check around the journals.

I think Caffeine-Free Spike is available just for those of us who don’t want the extra stimulants.

As to your question, I really wouldn’t worry about it. Have your occasional tea and don’t sweat it.

[quote]ThePossibleHuman wrote:
I’ve been doing some reading on forskolin and caeffeine, and many studies are showing that some of its effects are impeded by the presence of caffeine. I understand that’s why caffeine-free Spike is now available, but will even having a coffee or tea potentially negate its effects?

I don’t drink either often, but I was curious. Sorry if this has already been covered.[/quote]

Actually, if anything, a little caffeine improves the effects of Carbolin 19.

[quote]Mod Brian wrote:
ThePossibleHuman wrote:
I’ve been doing some reading on forskolin and caeffeine, and many studies are showing that some of its effects are impeded by the presence of caffeine. I understand that’s why caffeine-free Spike is now available, but will even having a coffee or tea potentially negate its effects?

I don’t drink either often, but I was curious. Sorry if this has already been covered.

Actually, if anything, a little caffeine improves the effects of Carbolin 19.[/quote]

I agree as they both will increase cAMP.