GUARANA GROWS IN THE DEPTHS OF THE RAINFOREST
Guarana (Paullinia cupana) grows in the Amazonian rainforest as an evergreen, climbing vine. It grows in open places, and is produced in Brazil. The name of guarana originates from the Guarani-tribe, which was the first to use the plant. All parts of the plant are edible – the leaves, juice and the seeds.
The guarana fruit is approximately the size of a hazelnut. The colour of the fruit varies from deep yellow to orange, and it produces one, purplish brown, sometimes even black seed. Mix guarana together with smoothies and hot beverages.
Start the use from a tip of a teaspoon and raise the daily dose up to one teaspoon a day.
Food supplement. This dietary supplement should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. The stated recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Keep out of reach of children.
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