Paulinia cupana is also called thornbone, guarana, or haze. It is found throughout the Amazon basin. It is called guarana derived from the drink made from its seeds by the Guarani stain. It is a species with the highest caffeine synthesis ability known so far among plants. The properties of the plant have long been known to the indigenous peoples of the Amazon, who use it in various forms to increase physical and mental fitness in states of increased effort.
Guarana supports digestion, slimming, maintaining physical and mental vitality, and contributes to reducing the feeling of fatigue.
Guarana is a source of protein and dietary fiber.
Protein contributes to the growth of muscle mass and the maintenance of proper bone condition.