Guayasa Tea provides cerebral energy right from the Rain Forest
Native to the Ecuadorian Rain Forest, Guayasa Tea is a cousin of Yerba Maté and is one of three plants in the holly family that contains caffeine. With more caffeine than tea and less than coffee, Guayasa Tea has historically (and ironically) been used by traditional cultures to induce lucid dreaming.
Guayasa Tea contains key phytochemicals like theobromine and I-theanine, both of which have been shown to support mental focus. Try Guayasa Tea. We’re sure you’ll agree with us that it provides cerebral stimulation in a great tasting brew.
The Food Movement’s Guayasa Tea contains no tannins and has none of the bitterness associated with green and black teas and does not have the earthy flavor of maté.