Guarana is a plant native to the tropical rainforests of South America. It is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world and has been used by the indigenous people of the Amazon region for centuries.
The indigenous people of the Amazon region have used guarana as a natural source of energy and medicine for centuries. They have prepared it as a tea or powder and used it as a stimulant to increase their stamina and focus. It has also been used as a remedy for headaches, fevers, colds and stomach ailments.
Guarana in the modern world
Several scientific studies have been conducted to investigate the effects of guarana on the human body. Some studies have shown that guarana can improve physical and mental performance. It can also help reduce fatigue and improve focus.
According to the European Commission's official Health Claims Guidelines, Guarana is permitted to bear the following health claims: