1 tablespoon daily.
Maca is a plant native to the Andes, nowadays areas belonging to Bolivia and Peru, and grows to an altitude of up to 4,400 meters. According to legend, the Incas gave the powder of the roots of this miraculous plant to their warriors before the battle, but on the other hand, after the battle, they denied maca because of its libido-boosting properties.
It has long been on the list of natural aphrodisiacs and after numerous conducted studies, it has been recognized as natural Viagra. It has a good effect on sperm production and is effective in erectile dysfunction, but these are not the only benefits maca possesses.
Maca helps maintain good overall health in a number of ways. It supplies the body with iron and increases the number of red blood cells, which help with anaemia and cardiovascular disease. Maca keeps your bones and teeth healthy and allows you to recover faster from injuries. When used with a good exercise program, it helps increase muscle mass.
Regular intake of maca root powder helps women maintain hormonal balance. It helps with pain problems during menstruation and is very effective in menopause because it relieves all its symptoms (heat waves and mood swings).
Today, more and more couples are battling infertility. After sometimes unsuccessful treatments of traditional medicine, they turn to the alternative and are often offered with maca. In addition, maca is richer in calcium than milk, so it is great for bones and teeth and helps fight osteoporosis.
Add 1-3 teaspoons of powder a day in the water, tea or juice, drink it and feel better in your skin, but also in your bed.
Maca is good to use in smoothies, salads, drinks, cooked foods and juices. It is also recommended to use it with a little yoghurt, acidophilus or kefir to neutralize the taste.
Maca is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as people with thyroid and blood pressure problems.
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