Guarana


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17 oz Guarana

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Guarana found commercially is cooked at high heat for days to months. This changes its caffeine-like substances from health promoting Super Food Adaptogens into biologically-stressing stimulants which can cause flushes, headaches, heart racing, and irregular heartbeat.

Natural State, cold processed Guarana is a Super Food – nutrient rich, calorie sparse. It's also an Adaptogen – acting as stimulant, regenerator or sleeping agent as is most required given a person's highest internal health priority. Like Pure Vanilla, Guarana amplifies the effects of other Super Foods. It is also high in polyphenols (powerful antioxidants) and saponins which support optimal longevity and immune system strength.

Guarana is extremely rich in minerals and in itself tastes like the rain forest soil where it is grown. Guarana in Cacao (Chocolate) drinks with Pure Vanilla surfaces rich flavors reminiscent of high mountain coffees, maple and exotic berries. Its flavor and energy components are strong, so a little goes a long way.

Guarana Ingredients

Pristine guarana. Love and intention.

About the Ingredients
All ingredients are raw. This is a Pristine product.

Cold processed and cold stored for immaculate freshness. Acquired from the cleanest sources. Exceeds Certified Organic standards, including free of all Excipients (toxic fillers, flowing/drying agents), X-rays, Irradiation, Exhaust Fumes, Oxidation, Sugar, Dairy, Gluten.

This is a SunFire Super Food offered via David Favor / Radical Health in Austin, TX


Watch this video where Melissa explains how she used Guarana and Yerba Matte to stop drinking caffeine and lose weight


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Recipes Using Guarana

We love Guarana in Chocolate Bliss - it makes it taste a little bit like a mocha and gives just the right amount of energized focus to the morning.

 

1 Blender of Chocolate Bliss / Smoothie

4½ Cups pure water  
½ Cup Chocolate Bliss mix
(or 6 Tbsp if you like it less chocolatey)
$5 + S/H
½ Cup Vanilla Agave Nectar
(or substitute about 10 Medjool dates or 6 Tablespoons honey if you are getting the Chocolate Bliss sample pack and don't have Agave)

Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender). You may also desire to make a thicker smoothie by adding fresh or frozen fruit (we like bananas) and/or activated nuts (cashews or walnuts are particularly yummy). Chill and shake well before drinking. Enjoy!

 

1 Gallon of Chocolate Bliss - Standard Recipe

3 Cups pure water
(Bliss blends best with this much water but you can do more or less to make it work in your blender ... you'll be adding more water soon)
 
1½ Cups Chocolate Bliss mix
(or 1 1/4 Cup if you like it less chocolatey)
$50 + S/H
1¼ Cups Vanilla Agave Nectar
(or 1 Cup if you like it less sweet)

Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.

Tip: We use 2 half-gallon glass containers for our Bliss.

To make a concentrate for warm drinks, fill your gallon container only to the halfway mark when adding the water. Then you can use half of the chilled concentrate and half warm water each time you serve yourself. Enjoy!

Even Better Chocolate Bliss

Follow the Chocolate Bliss recipe above and add any of the following ingredients as desired:

1-4 tsp Rain Forest Rush
The easiest blend of greens, adaptogenic stimulants and supportive nutrients. Great natural replacement for caffeine.
1-3 Tbsp Tocotrienols
Creates a creamier, frothier bliss - more like milk chocolate, high in natural vitamin E
$20 + S/H
1-3 tsp Pristine Guarana
An adaptogenic that gives your bliss a mocha-like flavor and helps you energetically focus
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½ - 1 tsp Pristine Yerba Matte
An adaptogenic that tastes a little like green-tea and helps you have relaxed awareness
1-3 Tbsp Vitamineral Green
For adding even more greens to your diet while still preserving the chocolatey goodness taste
$60 + S/H
½ - 1 tsp Mesquite Powder
Adds a cinnamon flavor to Bliss and even more minerals and superfood benefits. Works best when you stir it in to your just-poured glass of Bliss to your desired taste.
$13 + S/H

 

Our Personal Chocolate Bliss Recipe

We make a gallon of Chocolate Bliss in order to reduce time in the kitchen. This recipe will last in the fridge for about 7 days. We like the flavors of the added superfoods and the superfood benefits. Yummy!

3 Cups pure water
(Bliss blends best with this much water but you can do more or less to make it work in your blender ... you'll be adding more water soon)
 
1 Cups Vanilla Agave Nectar
1¼ Cups Chocolate Bliss mix
$50 + S/H
1 Tbsp Bee Pollen
Great for B Vitamins and a slightly floral taste and many other as yet unknown benefits of bee superfoods
$30 + S/H
1 Tbsp Tocotrienols
Creates a creamier, frothier bliss - more like milk chocolate, high in natural vitamin E
$20 + S/H
1 Tbsp Pristine Guarana
An adaptogenic that gives your bliss a mocha-like flavor and gives you more energy and focus
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1 tsp Pristine Yerba Matte
An adaptogenic that tastes a little like green-tea and gives you more blissful state of awareness and relaxation
1 Tbsp Vitamineral Green
We don't always add this in - like every other gallon depending on how many greens we're eating outside of our Bliss. Do NOT heat your Bliss if you add in greens (ew)
$60 + S/H

Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable plastic container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.

TIP: We add our Vanilla Agave Nectar right after the water so we can use the measuring marks on the side of our Vitamix Blender and avoid dirtying an extra measuring cup.

Enjoy!

 

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