Guarana Premium or Warana is a plant used in our specialty from erasers homeopathic.

Amazing plant with hidden virtues!

Native to the Amazon basin and more precisely to Brazil, this climbing plant is also renowned for its fleshy white fruits surrounded by dark brown seeds the size of a coffee bean and harvested in September.

These are the seeds that are used in phytotherapy.

A bit of history

The Jesuit missionary Felipe Bettendorf (1625-1698), reported in 1664 that the Guarana gave so much strength to the members of an Amazonian tribe, the Maué Indians, that they could go hunting for two consecutive days without feeling hungry, in addition to treating fever, cramps and headaches. »

In pre-Columbian times, 2,000 years B.C., the Native Americans dried the seeds over a fire and crushed them on a flat stone to make a paste that they shaped into cylindrical sticks, which were then dried in the sun.

In 1826, the first guarana substance was isolated and was called guaranine, a molecule identical to caffeine. From 1880 to 1910, guarana extract appeared in the American pharmacopoeia as a stimulant, diuretic andhypertensive

Legendary side...

Among the few legends that surround the Guarana is that of a young woman of the Mauès tribe, called Onhiamuaçabe, who, discovering her dead child in the forest, plucked out her eye and planted it in the ground, invoking the spirit of the trees and whispering: "You, my son, will be the greatest force of nature, you will liberate men from their problems and heal others".

A little later, a plant came out of the ground in the same place.

It was the first "Wara" or Guarana plant. It is true that the fruit looks like an eyeball...

Do you know that?

The name of the plant, which comes from "guarani ", the name of the first Amerindian people of Amazonia who discovered its properties, is, in nature, a natural insecticide that repels phytophagous insects. 

Theophylline, caffeine and theobromine are alkaloids found in chocolate...

What for?

Rich in its natural state in trace elements(calcium, nickel, potassium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus), vitamins (A, E, B1, B3, PP), mineral salts, essential fatty acids, amino acids, Guarana also contains many types of alkaloids or "organic plant molecules"(theobromine, theophylline, caffeine).

As for tannins and proteins, in high concentration, they are the ones that would lead to a slow release of caffeine (or guaranine), present in a proportion two and a half times higher than that found in coffee or tea "in its natural state".

Its traditional uses?

It is used for :

  • Reduce mental fatigue
  • Increase cognitive abilities such as concentration and memory

Guarana is traditionally used to invigorate the spirit.

Studies? Yes !

Guarana's main molecule, guaranine/caffeine, has been scientifically recognized as a central nervous system and metabolic stimulant from 75 mg of caffeine per day.

Its stimulant and antioxidant effects have been confirmed by various studies, including one that also observed that the prevalence of hypertension, obesity and metabolic syndrome in the group that drank Guarana was lower than the prevalence observed in a group that never drank it. stimulant and antioxidant effects of guarana/warana

Encouraging results have been noted for the treatment of cancer-induced fatigue (March 14, 2018 - https://hal.univ-lorraine.fr/hal-01733561. This document is the result of a long work approved by the jury and C Poirot). 

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What is the use of guarana in the homeopathic product Energy Blood : Mental performances

We are very attentive to the quality of our products in our gums in Homeopathy and Phytotherapy.

The Warana Guarana helps combat fatigue and drowsiness by stimulating the central nervous system.

Its name comes from the "Guarani" Amerindians who used to drink Guarana to endure periods of famine and to help them "hold out".
Thus was born the Warana or Guarana.

Its reputation is that it has neuro-stimulant properties.

At the same time, it increases performance and alertness while reducing fatigue.

Thus, like Rhodiola, Ginseng, Ginkgo and Bacopa, it increases the mental resistance of the body.

Often used as a dietary supplement, the quality of our Warana brings "Plus" to our homeopathic treatment.

What are the virtues of guarana: Developing the potential of the body

Alkaloids, adenine, guaranine (caffeine in very high concentration), hypoxanthine, theophylline, theobromine, xanthine. Mucilages, pectin, tannins, amino acids, essential fatty acids, mineral salts, trace elements, vitamins A, E, B1, B3 and PP are found in their natural state.

Composed of caffeine, Warana has the particularity of diffusing it very slowly and developing the full potential of the body.

It's the ally of performers and athletes.

Examples of use of Warana/Guarana

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