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Each bottle contains 12 pills.(Take 1 to 3 capsules)

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How do i take it?
Take 1 to 3 capsules.

What are the ingredients?

  • Guarana (natural caffeine)
  • Latin Name: Paullinia cupana
    Alternate Names: Brazillian Cocoa, Uabano, Uaranazeiro
    Family: SAPINDACEAE
    Parts Used: Seeds (from the vine).
    Properties: Stimulant.
    Internal Uses: Depression, Diarrhea, Fatigue, Headache, Migraine, Neuralgia, Obesity, Paralysis
    Internal Applications: Tea, Tincture, Capsules.
    It helps headaches due to weight loss. Though Guarana contains caffeine, it is more slowly absorbed into the gastrointestinal tract and thus has a longer-lasting effect than coffee. The tannins, which are astringent, help to curb diarrhea. Guarana has shown some ability to inhibit blood platelet aggregation, and the herb is a nervous system stimulant.
    Culinary uses: Used in sodas as an energizer and aid to weight loss. It is prepared by pulverizing and roasting the seeds, mixing with water, forming into bars, and then drying. It is occassionally mixed with chocolate.
    Energetics: Bitter, Sweet.
    Chemical Constituents: Caffeine, theophylline, theobromine, guaranine, tannins, saponins.
    Contraindications: Can cause nervousness, insomnia, and vitamin B depletion. Can cause caffeine dependency. Avoid in cases of high blood pressure.
    Comments: Guarana is a climbing shrub native to South America. The common name Guarana also includes the species Paullinia sorbilis and Cupania americana, which are used interchangeably with Paullinia cupana.

  • Green tea Leaf (Camellia Sinensis) extract


  • Caffeine anhydrous


  • White willow bark (Salix Alba) - extract
  • Latin Name: Salix alba
    Alternate Names: White Willow, Black Willow, Crack Willow, White Willow<
    Family: SALICAEAE
    Properties: Alterative, Anaphrodisiac, Analgesic, Anodyne, Antibacterial, Antifungal, Anti-inflammatory, Antirheumatic, Antiseptic, Astringent, Bitter Tonic, Digestive Tonic, Febrifuge, Tonic, Vermifuge. Internal Uses: Arthritis, Backache, Colic, Dysentery, Dyspepsia, Fever, Gonorrhea, Gout, Headache, Heartburn, Hot Flashes, Joint Inflammation, Malaria, Migraine, Night Sweats, Pain, Rheumatism, Urinary Infections Internal Applications: Tea, Tincture, Capsules.
    Only Black Willow is an anaphrodisiac, while all species are a mild antiseptic. Willow, along with the herb Meadowsweet, is often known as the source of salicylic acid, a precursor to the original aspirin. The excretion of salicylic acid in the urine helps soothe an irritated urinary tract. It inhibits prostaglandin production, which reduces inflammation.
    Topical Uses: Burns, Dandruff, Gingivitis, Insect Bites, Tonsillitis, Wounds
    Topical Applications: Use as a mouthwash for sore gums, gargle for tonsillitis, hair rinse for dandruff, compress and poultice for burns, insect bites and wounds, and foot soak for sweaty feet. Willow is an excellent material for making baskets and dowsing rods.
    Culinary uses: Young shoots can be gathered when the weather first warms and the inner bark is edible and rich in vitamin C. Inner bark can be eaten raw but is best if dried and made into a flour. Young leaves are also edible. Leaves can be used as livestock fodder.
    Energetics: Bitter, Cold, Dry.
    Chemical Constituents: Glycosides (salicin, salicoside), salicortine, tannin, catechin, flavonoids. Female Willow buds contain phytoestrogens.
    Contraindications: Avoid use if allergic to aspirin. Incompatible with iodine.
    Comments: The genus name comes from the Celtic word sal lis, meaning 'near water'. When a reverend Edward Store noticed that Willow grew in marshy areas where rheumatism was so common, he decided to make a tea for sufferers that was helpful. The species names alba and nigra mean white and black, respectively. An ancient custom is to make a wish while tying a knot in a Willow branch. Untie the knot when the wish is received.
    As a flower essence it reduces bitterness and resentment, and helps those who tend to blame others.
    The common name Willow includes the species Salix nigra (Black Willow), Salix fragilis, (Crack Willow) and Salix cinerea, which are used interchangeably with Salix alba (White Willow).

  • Piperine

  • *Do not take if you are allergic to caffeine


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