What is Guarana?
Other Names: Paullinia cupana, Brazilian cocoa
Guarana (pronounced gwa-ra-NAH) is a creeping shrub native to Venezuela and northern Brazil in the Amazon rain forest. The fruit are small, bright-red, and contains black seeds.
Guarana seeds are rich in caffeine and contain up to 4-8% caffeine, more than coffee beans, which contain approximately 1–2.5% caffeine. The seeds are also rich in tannins.
What is HypoxisRooperi?
The Hypoxis rooperi or African Potato as it is usually called, has been found to be genetically over 300,000 years old. Because it has not been genetically modified or engineered in this millennia, its nutrient values are as high as 50,000 times greater than in modern vegetables.
It is from this plant that the discovery of sterols and sterolins emanates and how their properties boost the human immune system. This is a vital breakthrough because no remedy has ever been found to safely activate the body's T-cells. Today, sterols and sterolins are still the most sought after and preferred immune system booster