The exercises we listed here are not intensive but are beneficial because they are doing warm up and stretching at the same time with light tension of muscles. A small tree Sapindaceae, that grows in Brazil and Venezuela is called Guarani (Guarani), it is a high stimulant fruit named after Brazilian Guarani tribe. The plant grows 30 feet top in the Amazon rain forest, in Northern Brazil. It is a climbing plant of the Amazon equatorial rainforest.
The seeds of Guarani need to be dried and roasted, then put into ground, and out of it, in order to prepare seeds for the manufacturers that are making a super well known energy drink Guarani. Guarani gum however is also made from the seeds, which comes out pretty handy as an herbal medicine. Brazilian fermented mixture version of Guarani is very popular national beverage. The seeds of Guarani content caffeine and are a useful tonic not only in Brazil, but in all other countries in South American.
Caffeine stimulates respiration and has psychotropic effects as stimuli to the central nervous system. It makes a faster heart rate, and has a light diuretic characteristic. While adenosine receptors in caffeine blocks the brain. Adenosine links to a nerve cells receptors and slows down nerve activity, a process that usually occur in sleep. The caffeine molecule attaches to nerve receptors as well, but doesn’t slow down the cell.
Extra nerve activity lets off the adrenaline or hormone epinephrine that leads to increased heart rate, blood flow to muscles, blood pressure, slows down a blood flow to inner organs and skin, and let go of glucose from liver.
The effect of caffeine is very alike to effect of amphetamines; it induces levels of the dopamine neurotransmitters in brain. Caffeine has a short effect and do not interfere with concentration or functions (mental functions). Caffeine is ever so much consumed at work as stimuli to keep you wake.
In general Guarani does many things, which are on the following list:
- stimulates digestive juices,
- improves urinary system,
- reduce hunger,
- breaks down the blood clots,
- used with level of treatment,
- dissolves lactic acid to ease a stress of muscle
- stimulate central nervous system
- decreases fatigue,
- cuts down the appetite,
- improves mental alertness,
- powerful energy source
- slows down the pulse,
- elevates the mood
- treats menstrual headaches and neuralgia,
- treats for hangovers due to nerving tonic,
- treats arthritis,
- treat fever
- treat diarrhea
- treat leucorrhoea
Overdoing in Guarani may bring an excessive stimulation because of caffeine that may effect on a physical performance and some aspects of metabolism. Guarani is not to be taken by pregnant women due to caffeine that can cause miscarriage or effect on the process of developed fetus, if it is taken more then 300 mg per day. Obviously there are side effects of Guarani extracts, and these side effects may cause,
- too high blood pressure
- a heart palpitations
- blocking of iron absorption due to a content of tannins