Sklep Kolonialny WC - Guayusa Pachamama Mint Lemon 100 g

Guayusa Pachamama Menta Limón - organic certified

Guayusa Pachamama Menta Limón is a combination of the delicate taste of Ecuadorian guayusa with the freshness of lemongrass , mint and lemon . All ingredients are of organic origin.


What is guayusa?

A less known relative of the commonly known yerba mate - both plants belong to the Aquifoliaceae family . Guayusa comes from the tropical rainforests of Ecuador.

It is used as an ingredient in ceremonial infusions of the indigenous peoples of the Jiwaro and Kichawa tribes.

A large amount of valuable ingredients for health and a high concentration of caffeine , with very little bitterness of the infusion.


People who have increased physical and mental effort are increasingly including guayusa infusion in their diet. Guayusa is used by businessmen , athletes and artists alike.



  • organic dry ilex guayusa without sticks,
  • organic lemongrass 
  • organic lemon peel 
  • organic mint 


Brewing methods:
There are several ways to prepare guayusa infusion.
  • Cooked - it is believed that this method extracts the greatest amount of substance from the plant. Pour the crushed or powdered leaves (2-4 teaspoons per glass of infusion) into a pot and pour water (250 ml per 1 glass). Bring to a boil , then simmer for 5-10 minutes . Prepared infusion can be strained or wait until the coffee grounds settle.


  • French press - you can pour boiling water over the guayusa leaves in a French press coffee pot, and then drain after a few minutes.


  • Solar tea - the Amazon also uses the method of brewing in the sun. Put the leaves into a transparent jug, pour water and put in full sun for 4-6 hours. The brew prepared in this way can be drunk cold or slightly warmed, with the addition of lemon and honey.


  • Coconut shake - strain the brewed guayusa (by any method), then add a large spoonful of coconut milk, honey or other sweetener and blend or mix well. It is said to be one of the favorite ways of serving guayusa by its lovers.


  • Steamed in matero with yerba mate - it can be treated as an addition to brewed yerba mate.


  • Brewed on its own - pour 2-4 teaspoons of dried Pachamama Menta Limón into a vessel (capacity 200-300 ml). Pour boiling water over it. After about 5 minutes of brewing, the brew is ready.

The infusion can be drunk warm or chilled.


Why is it worth drinking guaysa?

  • gives the perfect effect of natural stimulation ,
  • has a higher caffeine content than yerba mate ,
  • L-theanine and theobromine contained in it improve concentration and stimulate the nervous system,
  • a large amount of polyphenols reduces oxidative stress - eliminates free radicals and slows down the aging process,
  • due to its disinfecting and antiviral properties , which will support periods of colds and flu,
  • contains many vitamins and minerals necessary for the proper functioning of the body: incl. vitamin C, D and K , as well as elements such as calcium, potassium, magnesium and zinc.


Country of origin: Ecuador

Weight: 100 g

Ecological product from a certified plantation. Organic certificate: PL-EKO-02 (Agriculture from outside the EU).

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