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- 02-28-2013 12:28 PM #1
Coffee replacement for a caffeine sensitive person?
Not sure if posted in correct place >>;
I have completely cut out caffeine since it does no good for me, however, I was wondering, are there any alternatives I can drink? Don't mean coffee tasting products, just, y'know, general alternatives.
So far I have come up with these:
1. Various fruit juices
2. 7UP for soda. Caffeine free <3
3. Lassi (Indian drink)
However, what would you guys suggest? Or if you are caffeine sensitive, what are your favorite drinks?
- 02-28-2013 12:28 PM # ADS
- 02-28-2013 02:23 PM #2
The best replacement is good old fashioned water!
Also, there are plenty of caffeine free teas that you may like.
- 03-01-2013 01:42 AM #3
Ooo, caffeine free teas : o Must look into that! Any personal recommendations in that area?
Also, I just discovered an apparently herbal coffee called Teeccino(I would post a link, but I apparently can't do that just yet, so uh, google it I guess >_>; )
Is that actually for real? I am kind of finding it hard to believe >>;
- 03-01-2013 04:24 PM #4
You already know that you have a sensitivity to caffeine, and you're currently going through the pain and suffering of caffeine withdrawal. It wouldn't make sense to experiment with any of the herbal coffee substitutions. There is always a chance of side effects....which is something you don't need right now.
Give your body a chance to adjust to being normal. Play it safe, and keep on drinking lots of water.
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