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How long does caffeine stay in your body after drinking 4 cups of coffee in the morning?

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2012-09-19 04:40:24
2012-09-19 04:40:24

There're 90-105 mg of caffeine in 8oz of coffee. The body retains up to 300mg at any time. Of course that depends on how fast you drink the coffee, and how fast you can detox it. Depending on the person, it would last in the body 4-6 hours.

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