"Black Insomnia" A.K.A. coffee

Wow. If you're having trouble getting started in the morning or are sluggish in the afternoon, this coffee may help. Caveat emptor, though, it could cause behavioral and /or physical problems. Are you feeling lucky, then perk up and give it a go. It could benefit college students pulling all nighters cramming for finals, and jet fighter pilots who need to be on highest alert. But remember, there is an X on the label for good reason.:woohoo:

How does it compare to a 5-hour energy intake?

Regular Strength 5-hour ENERGY® shots contain caffeine comparable to a cup of the leading premium coffee. Extra Strength 5-hour ENERGY® shots contain caffeine comparable to 12 ounces of the leading premium coffee. Decaf 5-hour ENERGY® shots contain about as much caffeine as a half cup of decaffeinated coffee. Caffeine provides a boost of energy and feeling of heightened alertness.*


Up to 400 milligrams (mg) of caffeine a day appears to be safe for most healthy adults. That's roughly the amount of caffeine in four cups of brewed coffee, 10 cans of cola or two "energy shot" drinks.

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Perhaps for shy people, or less talkative people, consumption of this coffee might be an icebreaker on first dates, for the increased talkative effect of caffeine may well reduce the number of awkward moments of silence that often occur, provided that it does not also give one the shakes.

Obviously, we need to create an online petition for yet another study of the effects of coffee on human beings.

The research up to this point has not been sufficiently rigorous.

We should probably start another petition to investigate the waste of taxpayer money on medical research.

True. Although there have been many recent studies on coffee and humans, few have met the demands of scientific rigor. Some 20 years or so ago the US medical community was at one in decrying the harmful health effects of coffee consumption, from raising BP to causing early death. Even one cup a day was quite unhealthy. Today, moderate coffee use is thought to have considerable health benefits, whereby it significantly reduces the risks of contracting several types of cancer as well as warding off other medical maladies.

Much taxpayer money is certainly wasted on less than stellar so called scientific studies and subject matters, but, given the prodigious amounts of coffee consumed throughout the world, it would probably be one area deserving of serious study where taxpayer money would be well spent. And if such a study would use "Black Insomnia" coffee in the study, money could be saved in that they would only need to use about 1/6th of a cup of this coffee compared to a full cup of other brands.

Now if we can just find some rigorous scientists willing to do a proper study. Oh, and find the money needed, too.