Guarana, pollen & Vitamin E

The term guarana was given to this plant by the Guaraní indigenous people, who used its seeds to make a stimulating tonic drink called "elixir of long life." The seeds derived from this vine, which is native to the Amazon rainforest, contain caffeine, theobromine and other components such as catechins, tannins, procyanidins, saponins and other phytochemicals that, in combination, exert a tonic-stimulating function.
Pollen consists of small corpuscles collected from the hearts of flowers by bees; these corpuscles are then agglutinated with nectar and transported to the hive to feed their larvae. Pollen contains carbohydrates, lipids, proteins with all essential amino acids, enzymes, trace elements, vitamins and flavonoids.

Studies show that guarana is a natural bioenergizer and restorative by producing tonic stimulation while reducing fatigue, thus facilitating intellectual activity. Guarana contributes to the well-being of the body and lightens sleep, makes the flow of thought faster and clearer, and facilitates the association of ideas. This research highlights the benefits of guarana in states of stress, fatigue, asthenia, convalescence, exhaustion, concentration and memory deficits, and physical and mental decline. 
Contribution to intake 4 comprimidos
Extracto seco de guaraná
400 mg

80 mg

Vitamina E
13.44 mg

Nutritional Information

Serving: 4 tablets. This product does not provide significant amounts of energy value, carbohydrates, proteins, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, dietary fiber or sodium.


60 tablets

Recommended intake

Take 2 tablets with breakfast and 2 tablets with lunch. The suggested dose of this dietary supplement exceeds the Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) of vitamin E. This product can cause toxic effects due to the accumulation of fat-soluble vitamin E; therefore, this product should not be consumed again without consulting your doctor. 


Not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women, or by children. Guarana and tranquilizers should not be taken at the same time.

Biographic reference
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› Galduróz J.C., Carlini E.A. Efectos agudos de la Paulinia cupana, "Guaraná" en el conocimiento de voluntarios normales. Sao Paulo Med J. (1994). Disponible en:
› Galduróz J.C., Carlini E.A. Los efectos de la administración a largo plazo de guaraná en el conocimiento de voluntarios normales y ancianos. Sao Paulo Med J. (1996). Disponible en:
› Kennedy D.O. y otros. Mejora del rendimiento cognitivo en personas voluntarias después de la administración de extracto de guaraná (Paullinia cupana): comparación e interacción con Panax ginseng. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. (2004). Disponible en:
› Kennedy D.O. y otros. Mejora el rendimiento cognitivo y la fatiga mental después del consumo de un suplemento multivitamínico y mineral adicionado con guaraná (Paullinia cupana). Appetite. (2008). Disponible en:
› Yonekura L., Martins C.A., Sampaio G.R., Monteiro M.P.,  Cesar L.A.M., Mioto B.M., Mori C.S., Mendes T.M.N., Ribeiro M.L., Arcari D.P., Torres E. La biodisponibilidad de las catequinas del guaraná (Paullinia cupana) y su efecto sobre las enzimas antioxidantes y otros marcadores de estrés oxidativo en sujetos humanos sanos. Food Funct., 7 (2016), pp. 2970-2978. Disponible en:
› White D.J., Camfield D.A., Maggini S., Pipingas A., Silberstein R., Stough C., Scholey A. El efecto de una dosis única de combinaciones de multivitaminas y minerales con y sin guaraná en la actividad cerebral funcional durante una tarea de rendimiento continuo. Nutr. Neurosci., 20 (2017), pp. 8-22. Disponible en:
› Veasey R.C., Haskell-Ramsay C.F., Kennedy D.O., Wishart K., Maggini S., Fuchs C.J., Stevenson E.J. Los efectos de la suplementación con un complejo de vitaminas y minerales con guaraná antes del ejercicio en ayunas, sobre el estado anímico, el esfuerzo, el rendimiento cognitivo y el metabolismo: un ensayo aleatorio controlado. Nutrients, 7 (2015), pp. 6109-6127. Disponible en:
› Scholey A., Haskell C. Efectos neurocognitivos del extracto de guaraná. Drugs Fut., 33 (2008), p. 869. Disponible en:
› Scholey A., Bauer I. y otros. Efectos agudos de diferentes preparaciones de minerales multivitamínicos con y sin guaraná sobre el estado de ánimo, el rendimiento cognitivo y la activación cerebral funcional. Nutrients, 5 (2013), pp. 3589-3604. Disponible en:
› Herbert E., Shimanuki H. Composición química y valor nutritivo del polen de abeja. Apidologie (1978); 9(1):33–40. Disponible en:
› Komosinska-Vassev K., Olczyk P., Kaźmierczak J., Mencner L., Olczyk K. Polen de abeja: composición química y aplicación terapéutica. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 5 (2015) Disponible en:

Active compounds


The guarana seeds are used because they contain caffeine and theobromine, among other components. Scientific evidence indicates that guarana exerts its action immediately. It is a stimulant of the central nervous system, increases wakefulness, improves physical activity and memory, and speeds up thinking and the association of ideas.



When you wake up

If you feel tired and without energy to face your daily routine when you wake up, you should probably check your sleep patterns. A good quality night's sleep is the basis for waking up refreshed, alert and energized.

In the morning

Being well hydrated is important to maintain energy levels. At this time of day, check to see if you have started to incorporate the water you need for your daily routine.


If you have included a lot of refined carbohydrates in your diet, this can lead to unstable blood sugar levels and produce the fatigue you feel at this time of day. Choose fiber-rich whole foods such as vegetables and legumes as much as possible.

In the afternoon

Not consuming enough daily nutrients and calories may be the cause of your lack of energy. When we consume fewer calories, our body slows down to conserve energy and thus causes a feeling of fatigue.

At night

Too much daily stress can produce a feeling of fatigue and lack of energy. There are stress reduction techniques that can help you.

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