Possible future applications
Caffeine is already extracted from tea to make decaffeinated tea ( Elias, n.d. ) However, we cannot trust what we see on the ingredient list printed by companies. With our research and findings, people who drinks tea will know which type of tea is the most suitable for them in different part of the day. For example, they can drink Yellow Label Tea when they want to keep themselves awake as the amount of caffeine in it is high and drink Jasmine Tea when they want to relax as the amount of caffeine in it is low. Not only that, now with our research and findings, people will be able to have a better knowledge and understanding on the amount of caffeine in the different types of tea and also how it will affect them.
Areas for further studyFurther studies can be done to see how caffeine affect our mind or the way we behave. For example, we can expand our study to find out whether more caffeine can help us to stay focus for a longer period of time. A wider variety of teas can be used for this research too. With a better understanding of the different amount of caffeine in tea and how it affects us, people can make a better choice base on their needs. We can also promote awareness to inform people about the general knowledge of caffeine and how it affects our daily life. With sufficient research done on caffeine, we can further explore on inventing or innovating devices which are able to measure the amount of caffeine found in different types of tea. With this knowledge, we will be able to have a better insight and decide which type of tea suits us best.