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I would just like your views on this.
I would just like your views on this.
Amaritpal Singh

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H Singh


"No. Sikhism does not allow the use of alcohol or any other intoxicants for leisure use."

1. Does this include caffeine? Why or why not? If not, then how is caffeine different from other drugs that it isn't in that category of "bad drugs".

2. I know taking drugs for medical use it okay, because the doctors give you a safe amount so you will not get intoxicated or addicted. So does that mean if it's okay to do drugs in small amounts, such as cannabis or having rum cake, which has a small amount of alcohol?

I'm just answering these questions for my friend because he is saying that caffeine is a drug too and that you cannot drink drinks that have it it because it is an intoxicant too. I've answered that you don't see people falling over, acting drunk, committing crimes or saying "I want more caffeine or I will die". Nor do you see people drinking one can of coke or a cup of tea saying "I want more, I need more!". Also he has said "An overdose of caffeine, usually more than 300 milligrams, dependent on body weight and level of caffeine tolerance, can result in a state of central nervous system over-stimulation called caffeine intoxication. The symptoms of caffeine intoxication are not unlike overdoses of other stimulants. It may include restlessness, nervousness, excitement, insomnia, flushing of the face, increased urination, gastrointestinal disturbance etc."

I would just like your views on this.

Amaritpal Singh