What is Maca?
Maca, also known as Peruvian ginseng and Ayak Chichira is a root vegetable that is part of the Brassicaceae/Cruciferae family. It grows wild in Peru, Argintina, Paraquay and Bolivia. It is primary cultivated in the Peruvian Andies and has been cultivated for over 2000 years.
What does Maca do in the body?
Maca ...Read more may have the following benefits:
Has a high complex carbohydrate content and is a source of energy
May help support physically performance
May help support mental performance
May help maintain optimal stamina
May help maintain feelings of vitality
May support sexual health
Why do I need Maca?
Maca truly is a super food and makes a great addition to daily diet. It has a high complex carbohydrate content and there makes it idea to consume as part of your breakfast to provide you with energy throughout the day. If you, like many people struggle with energy production, fatigue or poor memory, why not give maca a try?
How do I take Maca?
Maca comes in the form of powder, capsules and, the root vegetable can be used in foods where it can be baked, roasted or prepared as a soup, as well as being used to make a fermented drink called maca chicha.
1.5-3 grams per day is the suggested dose for adults.