GUARANA with Pollen and Vitamin E

Traditionally used as a plant-derived energizer.

Overview

The term guarana is the name given to this plant by Guarani aborigines, who used its seeds to make a stimulating tonic beverage known as “elixir of long life”. The seeds derived from these vines, native to the Amazon rainforest, contain guaranine, caffeine, theobromine and other components that have not been identified yet. All of the mentioned substances have a tonic and stimulating function.

Pollen consists of small corpuscles collected from the center of flowers by bees, which are then bound with nectar and transported to the hive to feed larvae. Pollen contains carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins with all of the essential amino acids, enzymes, trace elements, vitamins and flavonoids.

 

Therapeutic indications and uses

Guarana is a plant whose seeds are frequently used as a body and mental energizer.

Ingredients

Each tablet contains:

  • Guarana dry extract 100 mg
  • Micronized pollen 20 mg
  • Vitamin E acetate 50% 10 mg
  • Excipients: lactose monohydrate, corn starch, polyvinylpyrrolidone, talc, methacrylate copolymer, glycerin, magnesium stearate, triethylcitrate.

Presentation

60 tablets.

Recommended intake

Take two tablets at breakfast and two tablets at lunch.
The recommended dosage for this dietary supplement exceeds the RDI (recommended daily intake) of vitamin E, but does not exceed NOAEL levels (no observed-adverse-effect level).
This product might have a toxic effect due to a build-up of fat-soluble vitamin E. Do not resume taking this product without consulting your health care provider.

 

Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to the components found in this product. Not to be taken by either pregnant or lactating women, or by children. Not to be taken by people suffering from psychomotor agitation, tachycardia and arrhythmia.