Bottle of Caffeine plus L-Theanine, made with MCT oil.

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with L-Theanine from green tea leaves
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Bottle of Caffeine plus L-Theanine, made with MCT oil.

200mg Caffeine Pills
with L-Theanine from green tea leaves
for a boost in focus*

as low as $12 per bottle

softgel delivery with slow release,
MCT oil from coconuts & heightened mental alertness*


Hours of Energy
with no jitters or crash later*

Bottle of Caffeine plus L-Theanine, made with MCT oil.

200mg Caffeine Pills
with L-Theanine
from green tea leaves

for a boost in focus*

as low as $12 per bottle

softgel delivery with slow release,
MCT oil from coconuts
& heightened mental alertness*


Hours of Energy
with no jitters or crash later*

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Caffeine

Caffeine is found in coffee, tea, cola, and other products. Caffeine is most commonly used to improve mental alertness, but it has many other uses.*

MCT Oil

Coconut oil contains MCT’s, but only in small quantities. C8 MCT comprises roughly 6% and C10 is usually around 9%, but the real benefit is from the fast acting fuel of MCT’s.*4,5

L-Theanine

L-Theanine, an amino acid found in green tea may help support an alert state of relaxation and can help with jitters from too much caffeine.* 1,2,3

What is Caffeine?

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant. It is a substance that is found naturally in leaves, seeds, and fruits of plants. More specifically, it is found naturally in coffee, tea, cocoa and cocoa products, and some flavorings.*

Caffeine is also added to foods including sodas, energy drinks, chocolate flavored milk, yogurts, frozen desserts, and some medicine such as over-the-counter pain relievers.*

Although caffeine is classified as “GRAS” (generally recognized as safe) by the FDA, some people can be sensitive to its effects. Those sensitivities include insomnia, headaches, irritability, nervousness, and migraine headaches. The effects of caffeine intake on an individual can vary and depend on many factors, such as body weight, how much is consumed, how often its consumed, and overall health status.*

How do caffeine supplements work?

Caffeine is a stimulant that works by binding to adenosine receptors in the brain. Adenosine is a neurotransmitter that promotes feelings of drowsiness and fatigue. As caffeine binds to these receptors, it blocks the effects of adenosine and increases the activity of other neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and norepinephrine, which can lead to increased alertness and energy.*

Caffeine supplements come in different forms such as tablets, capsules and powders. They are usually taken orally and can be taken as needed or on a regular schedule. The effects of caffeine can be felt within minutes of taking a supplement and typically last for several hours.*

It's important to note that caffeine sensitivity varies from person to person, and the effects can also be affected by factors such as overall health, medications, and stress levels. Consuming too much caffeine can lead to side effects such as jitters, anxiety, and insomnia. It's always recommended to start with a small dose and increase gradually as needed. It's also recommended to not exceed the recommended daily dose and to consult with a healthcare professional before taking caffeine supplements or making any significant changes to your caffeine intake.*

How Much Caffeine Can I Consume a Day?

For healthy adults, the FDA has said 400 mg per day. Coffee houses often have this much caffeine in one large cup. Many people are consuming 3-4 of these coffee’s daily. We recommend taking one softgel (200mg) and see how that works for you and if needed use 2 softgels (400mg).*

Does Caffeine Cause Insomnia?

The short the answer is maybe, maybe not. It really depends on an individual basis. Some people are more sensitive to it than others.However, there are people who can have a cup of coffee after dinner and not be affected at all.*

Scientifically, after 8 hours, 75% of caffeine that we have consumed is out of our system. As we grow older, we become more and more sensitive to caffeine. So when you were younger, you may have been able to drink coffee or have tea at dinner without issue, but now you may have a hard time falling asleep. It could be the caffeine keeping you awake. However, some caffeine in the morning most likely will not affect sleep.*

Does Caffeine Cause Dehydration?

Caffeine has a diuretic effect that will increase urine output. Caffeine may cause dehydration in some individuals.*

Does Caffeine Cause Jitters?

Caffeine can cause jitters, as well as other side effects such as increased heart rate, anxiety, and insomnia in some people. The intensity and duration of these side effects can vary depending on the individual and the amount of caffeine consumed.*

How does L-theanine and MCT oil help reduce caffeine jitters?

L-theanine is believed to help reduce caffeine jitters by increasing levels of GABA, a neurotransmitter that promotes relaxation and reduces anxiety. L-theanine also increases the levels of serotonin and dopamine in the brain, which can also have a calming effect.*

MCT oil can help improve overall energy and focus which can reduce the negative effects of caffeine jitters, as it is quickly metabolized by the body and can be used as an energy source, also MCTs have been shown to increase ketone levels and enhance cognitive performance. However, MCT oil does not directly affect the jitters caused by caffeine.*

It's important to note that more research is needed to fully understand the mechanisms by which L-theanine and MCT oil may help reduce caffeine jitters, but these supplements may be beneficial for some people. As always, it's best to consult with a healthcare professional before taking supplements or making any significant changes to your diet or supplement regimen.*

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MADE IN  Utah
CLEANER. BETTER. SMARTER.

Opened Caffeine plus L-Theanine bottle in hand, pouring vitamins into other hand.

made with

Caffeine

Caffeine is found in coffee, tea, cola, and other products. Caffeine is most commonly used to improve mental alertness, but it has many other uses.*

MCT Oil

Coconut oil contains MCT’s, but only in small quantities. C8 MCT comprises roughly 6% and C10 is usually around 9%, but the real benefit is from the fast acting fuel of MCT’s.* 4,5

L-Theanine

L-Theanine, an amino acid found in green tea may help support an alert state of relaxation and can help with jitters from too much caffeine.* 1,2,3

Smarter Caffeine supplement facts showing a list of NO BS ingredients.

What is Caffeine?

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant. It is a substance that is found naturally in leaves, seeds, and fruits of plants. More specifically, it is found naturally in coffee, tea, cocoa and cocoa products, and some flavorings.*

Caffeine is also added to foods including sodas, energy drinks, chocolate flavored milk, yogurts, frozen desserts, and some medicine such as over-the-counter pain relievers.*

Although caffeine is classified as “GRAS” (generally recognized as safe) by the FDA, some people can be sensitive to its effects. Those sensitivities include insomnia, headaches, irritability, nervousness, and migraine headaches. The effects of caffeine intake on an individual can vary and depend on many factors, such as body weight, how much is consumed, how often its consumed, and overall health status.*

How do caffeine supplements work?

Caffeine is a stimulant that works by binding to adenosine receptors in the brain. Adenosine is a neurotransmitter that promotes feelings of drowsiness and fatigue. As caffeine binds to these receptors, it blocks the effects of adenosine and increases the activity of other neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and norepinephrine, which can lead to increased alertness and energy.*

Caffeine supplements come in different forms such as tablets, capsules and powders. They are usually taken orally and can be taken as needed or on a regular schedule. The effects of caffeine can be felt within minutes of taking a supplement and typically last for several hours.*

It's important to note that caffeine sensitivity varies from person to person, and the effects can also be affected by factors such as overall health, medications, and stress levels. Consuming too much caffeine can lead to side effects such as jitters, anxiety, and insomnia. It's always recommended to start with a small dose and increase gradually as needed. It's also recommended to not exceed the recommended daily dose and to consult with a healthcare professional before taking caffeine supplements or making any significant changes to your caffeine intake.*

How Much Caffeine Can I Consume a Day?

For healthy adults, the FDA has said 400 mg per day. Coffee houses often have this much caffeine in one large cup. Many people are consuming 3-4 of these coffee’s daily. We recommend taking one softgel (200mg) and see how that works for you and if needed use 2 softgels (400mg).*

Does Caffeine Cause Insomnia?

The short the answer is maybe, maybe not. It really depends on an individual basis. Some people are more sensitive to it than others.However, there are people who can have a cup of coffee after dinner and not be affected at all.*

Scientifically, after 8 hours, 75% of caffeine that we have consumed is out of our system. As we grow older, we become more and more sensitive to caffeine. So when you were younger, you may have been able to drink coffee or have tea at dinner without issue, but now you may have a hard time falling asleep. It could be the caffeine keeping you awake. However, some caffeine in the morning most likely will not affect sleep.*

Does Caffeine Cause Dehydration?

Caffeine has a diuretic effect that will increase urine output. Caffeine may cause dehydration in some individuals.*

Does Caffeine Cause Jitters?

Caffeine can cause jitters, as well as other side effects such as increased heart rate, anxiety, and insomnia in some people. The intensity and duration of these side effects can vary depending on the individual and the amount of caffeine consumed.*

How does L-theanine and MCT oil help reduce caffeine jitters?

L-theanine is believed to help reduce caffeine jitters by increasing levels of GABA, a neurotransmitter that promotes relaxation and reduces anxiety. L-theanine also increases the levels of serotonin and dopamine in the brain, which can also have a calming effect.*

MCT oil can help improve overall energy and focus which can reduce the negative effects of caffeine jitters, as it is quickly metabolized by the body and can be used as an energy source, also MCTs have been shown to increase ketone levels and enhance cognitive performance. However, MCT oil does not directly affect the jitters caused by caffeine.*

It's important to note that more research is needed to fully understand the mechanisms by which L-theanine and MCT oil may help reduce caffeine jitters, but these supplements may be beneficial for some people. As always, it's best to consult with a healthcare professional before taking supplements or making any significant changes to your diet or supplement regimen.*

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