The Sateré Mawé Indigenous People have organized themselves to meet the demand for second-quality Guarana, and to give access to non-Indigenous. Partnerships were thus created with producers outside the indigenous area, and the know-how of the Sateré Mawé Indians was partially transferred to them.
This Guarana therefore represents the struggle of Indians and other producers against the multinationals who want to impose their intensive production methods by introducing clones and pesticides into the Amazonian forest. Guarana is therefore not the Warana, native Guarana, the “grand cru” of the highest quality, but this Guarana from Amazonas is still a quality product.
Origin: Brazil, State of Amazonas
Part used: fruit stone
Directions for use : 1 cc per day in a cold drink, before exercise or as a cure for 1 to 3 months.
50g can of powder.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER 100 GRAMS
Fat: 2.1 g;
Of which saturated fatty acids: 0,4 g
Of which sugars: 3 g
Protein: 13.9 g
Salt: 0 g
Guaranine: 4 g