Also called Peruvian ginseng, maca grows in the high plateaus of the Andes in Peru.
It looks like a 6 to 8 cm turnip, it is part of the cruciferous family and is related to broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and kale, it is appreciated mainly for its root.
According to archaeological excavations, maca was cultivated long before the Incas, around 1600 BC, it is one of the rare market gardening perennials that can withstand extreme climatic conditions , it can grow over 4000 meters above sea level.
Initially Maca was valued as a food because it was, and still is, very nutritionally rich, Peruvians could just as well eat the tuber fresh (like a sweet potato), but they could also dry it and reduce it to powder to be able to keep it longer (several years)
In Peru, Maca is considered a real medicine, according to Peruvians it can cure many ailments.
Maca root has quite powerful qualities:
- Increases fertility and sexual vigor
- Brings energy
- Strengthens immune function
- Helps memory
- It is effective on mood in general, relieves stress
- Improves athletic performance
- It is packed with powerful antioxidants
Maca contains many fatty acids, 20 amino acids, many vitamins and minerals including vitamins B, C and E. It also contains calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium, copper and iron.
Maca is known to be a real aphrodisiac. This amazing root has a positive effect on men's fertility, studies have shown that a consumption of between 1.5g and 3g of Maca per day increases the number and motility of spermatozoa.
Maca also helps fight against erectile dysfunction.
MACA is not just for men, it is also super effective for women:
-Balances female hormones
– Helps to fight against premenstrual syndrome, menopause
Did you know that the French were the biggest consumers of anti-depressants and anxiolytics in the world?
Anti-depressants are known to reduce libido.
studies have been done on men and women taking anti-depressants, and this research has proven that with only 3mg of maca per day, their interest in sex has increased significantly.
Maca also plays a role in our mood, it increases serotonin, the hormone “that makes us feel good”😊
Maca contains high levels of antioxidants, some of which are even the most powerful in the body.
It helps to stimulate the body's natural defenses and tone up the body.
It contributes in particular to the protection against chronic diseases, toxins and bad cholesterol levels.
Maca is very popular among athletes because it helps to gain muscle, increase strength, momentum, endurance, and decrease muscle soreness. It stimulates energy, and an athlete feels more efficient during training, its antioxidants also help to reduce inflammation after exercise.
In summary, maca is a real Peruvian treasure, given its incredible richness, we would be wrong to do without it,
right? What if you let yourself be tempted?
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