(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned consumers to avoid powdered pure caffeine products which they say can cause accidental overdose.
The FDA says it is aware of "at least one death of a teenager who used these products." The products are nearly 100 percent caffeine, a single teaspoon of which is about the same amount in 25 cups of coffee.
Some of the side effects of caffeine overdose include erratic heartbeat, seizures and death. The FDA also urges parents to be aware that young people may be interested in these products without realizing the danger of ingesting them.
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