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In terms of Caffeine, by it self, it' make no difference at all. Wether, its found naturally in coffee beans, tea leaves, etc. -OR- Derived from plants, and added to energy drinks, caffeine pills, soda's etc.

The only difference is that Coffee, Chocolate, and Teas, besides having caffeine, they also have other stimulants, like theobromine, which like caffeine is a bitter alkaloid, that stimulates the brain and body.

So, since coffee and beverages that naturally have caffeine, have other stimulants in them besides caffeine, the "wake-up" and "jolt" effect may be more stronger, that beverages likes sodas with caffeine just added.
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