Is caffeine a dilator and vasoconstrictor?

Answer it acts a constrictor decreasing the diamater of an artery and increasing blood pressure

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What structure is dilated with a Maloney dilator?

The Maloney dilator is used by medical professionals to dilate the esophagus. The reusable plastic tube is tapered at the end and comes in multiple sizes, depending on what type of dilation of the ... Read More »

How much caffeine is in caffeine-free Coke?

There is no caffeine at all in caffeine-free Coke. Caffeine-free Coke was first introduced in the United States in 1983, and is also available in a diet formula that contains less calories.Source:C... Read More »

Kava Kava with caffeine raise blood pressure more than caffeine alone?

No, Kava is not known for raising blood pressure. If anything, it causes blood pressure to lower.

Has tea got caffeine in it?