This climbing shrub took the name of its genus from C.F. Paullini, a German medical botanist who died 1712. It has divided compound leaves, flowers yellow panicles, fruit pear shaped, three sided, three-celled capsules, with thin partitions, in each a seed like a small horse-chestnut half enclosed in an aril, flesh coloured an easily separated when dry. The seeds are shelled, washed and then roasted for several hours. Guarana is only made by the Guaramis, a tribe of South American Indians
INCI name: Propylene Glycol, Aqua, Plant Extract, Sorbitol, Citric Acid
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