Guarana Uses

Guarana is used for increasing energy or temporarily helping with weight loss. The active ingredient of the herbal supplement is caffeine, which works as a nervous system stimulant and diuretic. Guarana uses are not expected to be more effective or safe than any other caffeine product. It is probably safe for children to consume small amounts of the supplement.

Guarana Uses: An Overview

Guarana comes from the berry of a plant found in the Amazon. It has a high caffeine content and is often used as an energy supplement or weight loss aid.
 
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Because of its caffeine content, guarana may increase energy or temporarily help with weight loss. However, do not expect guarana to be any more effective or more safe than any other caffeine product.
 

How Does Guarana Work?

Guarana is often marketed as an exotic and unique product. However, many people are not aware that the active component of guarana is actually caffeine. Guarana berries have a high caffeine content (even more than coffee beans). Caffeine works as a nervous system stimulant and as a diuretic (a "water pill").
 
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