In Europe, guayusa tea infusions are still less popular than yerba mate tea. Although many people compare these two beverages, there are many differences between them. Today we will present benefits from drinking guayusa tea infusions – read carefully!
Ilex guayusa is a cousin of yerba mate grown in the Amazon jungle. For centuries, the people of Ecuador have been preparing aromatic infusions from its leaves, rich in natural caffeine, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Now it's high time to try it for yourself! How to prepare guayusa? Today we are presenting four proven and reliable ways to do it.
It’s beautiful and golden autumn out there - and we’re not slowing down. We have just launched two new Guayusa Pachamama products. The fact that the number of our products is constantly growing is the best proof of our clients’ trust. We encourage you to try and taste Guayusa Pachamama Energia and Guayusa Pachamama Terere!
Guayusa was recognized mainly because of its energizing properties but it turned out that this plant has many purposes. Besides improving mood and boosting immunity, guayusa may also be helpful when slimming. How is it possible? Let’s find out!
Although guayusa infusions are still in yerba mate’s shadow, they have been used for hundreds of years. Why did Indians appreciate guayusa and how can it be helpful to students? You can find it out from the article below!
We are sure that many of you wonder why our brand is called Pachamama. It is the name of a goddess that has been worshipped for hundreds of years and is still a very important part of South American tribes’ culture. Read and find out more about the patron of our guayusa!
Guayusa is often called “the sister of yerba mate”. It’s a great option if you need to improve your concentration. Our Guayusa Pachamama is one of the first guayusa products with an organic certificate on the European market – what does it mean and why is it worth it to try it? You will find out after reading this article!