Many of us love our morning cup of coffee. I know I do and a lot of it revolves around the stimulative effect of caffeine. The good news is that this stimulative effect can be replicated either as a weak oscillating electromagnetic field or a tuned molecular structure such as a silicone wristband or anodized aluminum.
I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological effect on the body and most likely other biological life.
Starbucks has little to fear when it comes to the replication of the caffeine as a weak electromagnetic field. I have not figured out how to replicate the taste of an excellent cup of coffee. The stimulative effect of the chemical caffeine, however, is another matter. My ongoing work with matching weak fields of molecular structures shows that they have a physiological affect on the body.
Below is the frequency match for caffeine as an mp3 audio file and you can learn more about how to tune items at this link for an alternative cup of Joe.
Caffeine compound frequency match
For most people tuning anodized aluminum will work best. I tuned a 3 inch key chain carabiner that works very well and clip it to my belt loop. It will not be an instant rush like a cup of coffee but more like a gradual eye opener; pun intended.
For people fearing a caffeine headache if they cut down on their daily java, perhaps by wearing a tuned item they can now really enjoy that one cup of coffee instead of drinking three. This may give the body a chance to settle out giving you the freedom to choose.