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Originally posted by sonnny1
reply to post by smyleegrl
You had me scared!
I thought this happened ALL at one time, and in one day !
I do know Energy drinks are not for children. Not even a few sips, if you don't want them bouncing off the walls or in a hospital.
Lawyers said the 0.7 litre cans of Monster Energy consumed by Anais Fournier, of Maryland, in the 24 hours prior to her fatal cardiac arrest in December 2011 contained as much caffeine - 480 milligrams - as 14 cans of Coca-Cola.
High caffeine content : 32mg per 100ml
Starbucks Coffee venti, 20 fl. oz. 415mg
Starbucks Coffee grande, 16 fl. oz. 330mg
Panera Frozen Mocha 16.5 fl. oz. 267mg
Starbucks Coffee tall, 12 fl. oz. 260mg
Starbucks Caffè Americano grande, 16 fl. oz. 225mg
Panera Coffee regular, 16.8 fl. oz. 189mg
Starbucks Espresso Frappuccino venti, 24 fl. oz. 185mg
Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
I am not surprised…
I worked in A&E for a while I remember one morning we had one of the other nurses form one of the wards come to us after a nightshift. This nurse had been awake for 30 hours and has been drinking Red Bull all night, she said about a can a hour for 12 hours, let’s just say her ECG looked very interesting with the palpitations she was having.
I never drink the stuff, it tastes like war pee.