Guarana contains a high proportion of starch (60%), tannins catechists (up to 12%), 6% catechin, 3% (-) epicatechin, and proanthocyanidins, catechins, resin, and as active saponosides between 3 and 5 % caffeine or 1, 3, 7 trimethyl xanthine, accompanied by trace amounts of theophylline and theobromine, methylbenzene, cyclic monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, metoxifenilpropenos, alkyl derivatives, estragol and anethole.
* Improved fitness.
* Improved memory (compared to the amnesia induced by scopolamine).
* It acts on muscle tissue, causing the cessation of fatigue.
* Impacts on the central nervous system providing intellectual activity.
Composition: 100% Fruit Guarana selected, free of artificial scents, flavors, flavors or colors.
Scientific name: Paullinia cupana
Part used: seeds
Origin: Pucallpa, Peru
Use: Adults, Consume 2-4capsules per day, after meals.
Contraindications: Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Warning: The effects of this product is backed by empirical experience of ancient traditional medicines, with excellent results and the absence of harmful side effects if given within the correct dose. The information listed identified here is by no means an ordinance or a prescription, the use of these natural products does not replace a medical consultation.
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