Maca powder, 100% Organic

Maca pomáhá lidem se sexuálním libidem, neplodnosti a je tím pravým doplňkem pro získání energie.

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Maca is a plant that some populations in Peru have used for thousands of years as a food and medicine. In the last few decades, Maca has become popular around the world as a natural remedy for certain health problems, including infertility and low sex drive.


What is Maca?
The maca plant, scientifically known as Lepidium meyenii, is sometimes referred to as Peruvian ginseng. Maca is a cruciferous vegetable related to broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and kale. Maca grows in the high plateaus of the Peruvian Andes. In fact, the Andean people have been growing maca for more than 2,000 years. It is one of the few edible plants that can survive harsh weather conditions above 4,000 metres.


Traditionally, the Andean people used maca as a food, consuming it in fermented drinks or porridge. In addition, the Andean people used maca as a natural medicine to treat various health conditions such as respiratory conditions and rheumatic diseases. Due to the increase in global demand for maca, people began to mass produce the plant in other parts of the world, including the mountainous province of Yunnan in China.

What does Maca contain?
Maca root, the most commonly used part of the plant, contains fiber, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. It also contains other bioactive compounds, including macamides, macaridine, alkaloids and glucosinolates, which are thought to be responsible for the medicinal effects of maca. Although people claim that maca supports health in many ways, research is currently limited and the results of studies on its effects are mixed. More research is needed on the effectiveness of maca.


Effects of Maca:

Increase sexual libido and desire (confirmed in both women and men)
Increased fertility in men
Alleviation of menopausal symptoms
Achieve better mood and energy
Healthier skin
Sharpening of cognitive function

Side effects of Maca:

Studies show that maca is generally safe and that its use is not associated with adverse side effects
It is currently unknown whether it is safe to consume maca during pregnancy or breastfeeding, so pregnant or breastfeeding women should talk to their healthcare team before taking maca)
How to take?
1 teaspoon 3 times a day. Stir the maca thoroughly in a small amount of water, juice or juice. Do not exceed the maximum daily dose, which is 5g.

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