The name ‘guarana‘ comes from the Guarani association that lives in Brazil. Guarana plays a actual important role in their culture, as this herb is believed to be magical, a cure for bowel complaints and a way to achieve strength. They aswell acquaint the allegory of a ‘Devine Child’, that was dead by a serpent and whose eyes gave bearing to this plant. Botanists in fact accept that the accepted plants, even those begin in close forests, are the charcoal of aboriginal agronomics in the past.
The botanical name of Guarana, Paullinia cupana H.B.K. array sorbilis (Mart.) Ducke, is acquired from C. F. Paullini, a German medical botanist who lived in the 18th century.