Guarana

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A guarana is a fruit harvested from a guarana tree grown from a guarana seed in a fruit tree patch, requiring level 107 Farming. Up to six guaranas can be harvested from a guarana tree at a time. Guarana trees require 11 tombshrooms as payment for protection.

Guarana can be crushed to make primal fruit pulp. Guarana can be eaten raw and heals up to 1,950 life points each.

A guarana is added to a Skeka flask (unfinished) to create a Skeka flask (partial mix), a part of the process in creating the Soma relic.

Farmers will watch over a planted golden dragonfruit seed in exchange for three guaranas.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Guarana can be harvested from guarana trees grown within a fruit tree patch. A fully grown guarana tree can grow up to six guaranas at a time. Each guarana, when picked, gives 669.9 Farming experience. Once all six guaranas have been picked, the tree will slowly produce more. However, the guaranas may be picked individually provided that at least one appears on the tree.

Patch locations[edit | edit source]

Patch Location Amount Requirements
Fruit tree patch North of Brimhaven 1 None
Fruit tree patch East of Catherby 1 None
Fruit tree patch Herblore Habitat 1 None
Fruit tree patch Lletya 1 Underground Pass
Fruit tree patch Meilyr clan district 1 Plague's End
Fruit tree patch Tree Gnome Stronghold 1 None
Fruit tree patch West of the Tree Gnome Village maze 1 None

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Guarana is a caffeine-rich fruit commonly used in Brazil to make sodas and soft drinks.