What religions prohibit the use of caffeine?
Many Seventh Day Adventists oppose the consumption of tea and coffee because of their caffeine content. However, when they need a 'lift', some consume chocolate, which is also a good source of caffeine.
Many strict Later Day Saints (Mormons) abstain from the use of caffeine.
Although there are a few religions or sects that discourage or forbid products (mostly coffee) containing caffeine, most religions have no prohibition regarding the use of caffeine. In other words, although there may be reasons for health that one might desire to avoid caffeine, most religions do not see its use as a moral or religious problem.