Caffeine in Drinks

Moxie Energy Drink

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Moxie Energy Drink is a citrus flavored offshoot of Moxie Soda which has been around since 1885 as Moxie Elixir. 

Moxie Energy comes in a few variations and their soda is also caffeinated.

Here's the caffeine content of Moxie's other drinks

  • Moxie Soda: 24 mg/12 fl.oz. can
  • Moxie Diet Soda: 15 mg/12 fl.oz. can
  • Moxie Energy Zero-Carb Thunder: 160 mg/16 fl.oz. can
  • Moxie Energy Zero-Carb Explosion: 160 mg/16 fl.oz. can

Moxie Energy Drink's Strange Ingredients

As far as caffeine is concerned, Moxie isn't different from most other energy drinks, in fact, Citrus is rather low in caffeine.  But, there are a few ingredients in Moxie that are absent from most other energy drink labels.

Choline: This is similar to B vitamins and occurs naturally in the body. Believed to help with endurance.

Gentian Root Extract: This gives Moxie a unique flavor and possibly has digestive benefits. People with low blood pressure should avoid this herb.

Brominated Vegetable Oil: This is used to keep drink ingredients from seperating, but is banned in Europe and under FDA investigation. 

EDTA: (sugar-free version) This is used as a preservative and may help fight fatigue, but according to WebMD it can have a whole host of side-effects. Here's a snippet: 

EDTA can cause abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, low blood pressure, skin problems, and fever.

People who experience side effects from drinking Moxie Energy are most likely reacting to one of these ingredients and not the caffeine. 

Ingredients in Moxie Energy Drink

Includes 60 grams of sugar (per 16 ounces) for a total of 0 calories.

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Is Moxie Energy Drink high in caffeine?

Moxie Energy Drink contains 5.00 mg of caffeine per fl oz (16.91 mg per 100 ml). A 16 fl oz can has a total of 80 mg of caffeine.

Total Caffeine (mg)

Sources

https://www.drinkmoxie.com/ See other references.
Last updated on 9 Mar 2021. Suggestions or corrections? Send Feedback

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