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What Guarana herb Is:

In Brazil, people drink brewed or carbonated guarana beverages as often as Americans drink coffee and cola—and for much the same reason: They contain a good deal of caffeine. Guarana is a perennial vine native to the Amazon region. Its dark yellow or orange red fruit contain seeds that are a bit smaller than hazelnuts. These seeds are dried, roasted, crushed, and rolled into sticks or bars, which are then consumed as is or made into cafleinated drinks. Guarana initially tastes somewhat bitter and astringent, then rather sweet. It smells a little like chocolate.

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