What is guarana?
Guarana is a Brazilian plant native to the Amazon basin. Also known as Paullinia cupana, it is named for the Guarani tribe in the Amazon who used the seeds to make a brewed drink for energy. Many years later, this wonder plant’s seeds are still used as a form of medicine. Although there has never been scientific evidence to support the claims of its benefits, the inhabitants of the Amazon Basin have used this plant and its seeds for energy and medicine for centuries. It has received a lot of press over the years and has been marketed as an aphrodisiac. It has even found its way into Red Bull.
More powerful than caffeine
In a nutshell, Guarana has twice the caffeine as coffee beans so it packs a punch when it comes to providing energy. But unlike caffeine it doesn’t give you a quick energy burst, it produces long lasting energy. It has been spoken of giving Brazilian tribes in the 17th century the energy to hunt for days without feeling hungry.
What are the benefits of guarana?
There is so much that guarana is used for that it reads like a medical and wellness laundry list: it helps reduce fatigue, boost energy, help with heart health, weight loss, and pain relief. It offers emotional relief as well by reducing anxiety. If you need some help with memory it also is reported to help with cognitive function. Athletes use it to get a natural jolt of energy and it’s thought to improve performance as well. It’s even been cited to help with overall well-being, which with everything going on right now in the world, sure sounds good!
Is guarana safe?
Guarana is safe in low to moderate doses, but just like caffeine, if you take too much, you may experience unpleasant side effects. Headaches, heart palpitations and insomnia are just some of the things you may experience if you take too much. But fear not. Guarana has low toxicity in low to moderate doses. It’s best to stick to 50-75 mg when using it. Just be smart, and don’t take too much of it. Everything in moderation rule applies.
Guarna and sexual health
Due to its flavonoid content, guarana may have some effect on sexual function. It has been said to be libido enhancing- increasing and stimulating desire and enhancing relaxation to get you into the mood. Most studies on guarana’s impact on sexual performance and health have been done on rats but it does point to impressive efficacy.
Guarana and Revactin – a sexual health supplement
Revactin’s unique and breakthrough doctor-formulation takes the best of guarana’s properties and combines it with other natural ingredients and amino acids to give you more energy and increased blood flow down where it counts. Combined with it’s other three ingredients: L-Citrulline, muira puama, and ginger, Revactin gives men a leg up in supporting erectile health and delivering energy in the bedroom as you age.
As men age, the cells that cause erections need more support to do their job. Dr. Jacob Rajfer, one of the world’s leading urologists and the architect of Revactin has created a four ingredient breakthrough supplement in Revactin and included guarana in it to give men the support and sexual energy they need in the bedroom. Natural aphrodisiacs truly can be found in nature and although the scientific community has yet to quantify and validate their impact with double blind studies, we believe that taken in the right doses they can do wonders.
Just the right amount
Guarana, like everything else should be taken in moderation. We’d welcome you to try guarana and the positive impact it can have on your sexual health by taking Revactin. There’s something about a plant being used by populations for hundreds of years that we think supports our belief in this wonder natural energizer.
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