Green coffee bean extract

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Bottle of green coffee bean extract herbal supplements / alternative medicine

Green coffee bean extract or coffea canephora robusta is a natural stimulant often marketed to increase "energy", reduce fatigue or as a weight loss aid.

Green coffee bean extract includes a natural source of caffeine, although supplements may also contain additional caffeine or other active ingredients.[1]

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Green coffee bean extract is sold over the counter.[1]

Side effects[edit | edit source]

Green coffee bean extract contains a natural source of caffeine, so side effects include the side effects of caffeine.

Evidence[edit | edit source]

ME/CFS[edit | edit source]

Learn more[edit | edit source]

  • The Use and Abuse of Diet Pills - Heidi Burkey

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.01.1 Burkey, Heidi (2005). "The Use and Abuse of Diet Pills". Journal of the Health Resource Center. 9.

adverse reaction Any unintended or unwanted response to a treatment, whether in a clinical trial or licensed treatment. May be minor or serious.

adverse reaction Any unintended or unwanted response to a treatment, whether in a clinical trial or licensed treatment. May be minor or serious.

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