Cocaine Energy Drinks
Cocaine Energy Drink isn’t what you’d expect to find on a can or bottle, and that’s part of the fun. Caffeine is not typically a component of this type of drink, even though Dextrose is. Instead of being sweetened by High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) this drink is sweetened by Dextrose, a simple sugar (disappart), which is why its name is Caffeine-free. However, this sweetness is offset by the fact that it’s still full of calories, at 9 calories per ounce. That’s more than you’ll get from most diet soda, and it beats many other diet drinks.
Most people would think of coffee as a drink that induces feelings of well-being, but when it comes to caffeine, the effects can be much more than we anticipate. While coffee does increase alertness, the jittery feel of coffee can actually contribute to loss of sleep. This explains the reason many use coffee and nothing else when they go to bed: to help them get to sleep. In addition, when you wake up, you feel like you’ve had a heavy drink the previous night. So coffee is definitely not a replacement for cocaine energy drink, and it doesn’t help you lose weight, either.
The amount of caffeine in cocaine energy drink is less than the amount in a cup of coffee, but that small amount of caffeine can still make you hyper. Caffeine makes your heart rate go up, and it also increases blood pressure. This is because it increases the amount of “adenosine” that your heart needs in order for it to work properly. In addition, cocaine blocks your neurotransmitters at the synapse, so it also increases your heart rate.
Is This Safe?
As a person becomes addicted to cocaine, the more their body craves the “hit,” the more they want it. So, if you take a drink containing the same amount of caffeine as your last hit, then within a matter of time, your body craves it like crazy. You can imagine how this can translate over into addiction especially since most people who are addicted to cocaine often have no willpower to stop. With constant demand coming from the cocaine energy drink, the user tends to get used to the feeling and, in a situation where they would usually have to fight against their addiction, they may find it hard to fight back.
However, if you choose to take a drink that contains caffeine and not cocaine, then you should keep a few things in mind. First, make sure the drink is carbonated (it should be almost like a beer). Second, make sure the drink has a “kick” to it; a “pump.” Last, if there is any fruit in the drink, it should be a natural fruit juice (organic is best).
When choosing an energy supplement that contains caffeine or cocaine, you should be aware that you may become dependent upon it. This is true even if the product does not contain dextrose or any other preservatives. If you are unable to tolerate the taste of the dextrose, then it makes sense to try another product that does not contain dextrose. However, if you want to try a product that does contain dextrose, you can look for one that contains a “low-dose” form of dextrose.