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Caffeine occurs naturally in plants, beans, nuts and seeds, but is also produced synthetically. It has a stimulating, appetite-suppressing and slightly euphoric effect. Caffeine is an alkaloid and belongs to the group of stimulants. Due to its slightly stimulating effect, caffeine is sometimes also used as an extender in party drugs such as cocaine, amphetamine or MDMA pills.

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