The legend says that warriors consumed Maca before battle to make them strong and fierce but they could not have anymore after victory to protect women from the obvious effects the warriors got from one of the best aphrodisiac food on the planet. Maca is traditionally grown in the Peruvian Andes, its key actions are adaptogen […]
The legend says that warriors consumed Maca before battle to make them strong and fierce but they could not have anymore after victory to protect women from the obvious effects the warriors got from one of the best aphrodisiac food on the planet. Maca is traditionally grown in the Peruvian Andes, its key actions are adaptogen (helps with stress), tonic and best aphrodisiac.
Maca has traces of 31 different minerals, vitamins B, C and E, Zinc, phosphorous, iron, calcium and amino acids.
Maca enhances stamina and strength and because it does not over stimulate, it can be used for long periods.
Maca helps restoring balance of our delicate endocrine system (Thyroid, pituitary system and hypothalamus, which generally is considered as the sex centre of the brain). Thanks to its positive action, Maca may help menopause symptoms like hot flushes, low energy and libido, depression and memory loss. Its nutrients’ content helps reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
Oulala! I would take Maca if it was just for this one property 😉 Maca stimulates sexual desire and function in men and women.
A research conducted on 9 healthy (and let’s imagine hot) men, aged 22-24, who were given 3000 mg Maca every day, demonstrated:
If we take into account that Maca also regulates women hormones and vaginal lubrification: enjoy the difference in the bedroom!!!
Maca is an adaptogen meaning that it helps the body to adapt to stress (physical, emotional and environmental):A must for our hectic and busy lifestyle, especially when you are constantly pushing and stretching yourself. Um I can get a hand with that! Maca has been proven to decrease anxiety and stress, promoting a general sense of well being.
Maca grows in extreme high altitude and is the ideal food for cold climates, ski, trekking and endurance sports. It is rich in iron, which promotes our blood cells health, increase blood oxygen and helps with altitude sickness.
A minimum of 10 grams a day (one heaped table spoon) is a required minimum to start experiencing any real benefit.
Mix a table spoon of Maca with hot water or add to a one of our yummie Maca recipes.
Aude is an ex corporate Lawyer with a passion for health, self development and independence which lead her to give up her former career to help others through health.
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