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Family: Sapindaceae (Soapberry family)
Paullinia cupana is a climbing shrub that grows wild in the Amazon regions of Brazil and Uruguay, where it was first used by the Quaramis, a native South American Tribe. Its main function was as a refreshing beverage. Guarana has been used for hundreds of years by Brazilian Indians as a general tonic for the body and as a source of energy. Studies have shown that Guarana helps to reduce mental fatigue and contributes to the body's resistance to stress.
Guarana has the same chemical composition as caffeine, theine and cocaine, and the same physiological action. It is an excellent mood elevator, increases mental alertness and stamina, slightly narcotic stimulant, aphrodisiac. A general tonic for well-being of the body. It affects fatigue in the nervous and muscle systems, enhances athletic reaction time and recovery.
It is a gentle excitant and serviceable where the brain is irritated or depressed by mental exertion, or where there is fatigue or exhaustion from hot weather. Can be consumed as a tea, or eaten directly from a spoon.
Other names: Guaraná