Meet Maca: A Natural Energizer & Sexual Tonic
Do you feel that you rely on coffee too much to pick you up? Well we have the answer for you - Maca. This wonder root will not only pick you up, but offer you a range of other, highly beneficial health perks as well.
Fancy giving Maca ago? It is a root that can become a great substitute to your morning coffee. You may think “Well why bother, whats the point of replacing one dependance with another?” Well the great thing about Maca is, you do not become dependent on it the way you do with caffeine. Caffeine is addictive, and some would say, an unhealthy way of obtaining energy. Maca can deliver the same energy boost, all in a healthy, non-additive, non-caffeinated manner.
Not only will Maca get you going in the morning, its long term use will also help you to get going in the bedroom. One of the other health benefits of Maca is an increase in your natural virility and libido. It is a much more natural form of feeling energized, that will improve your natural levels as “pep” and stamina as a whole.
Where does Maca come from?
Maca grows naturally in the mountainous ranges of the Andes. It is used by the local Peruvian people as an all round super food and is seen as a very important plant, culturally and economically. It was historically used within the Inca empire, specially reserved for the higher rungs of society, and warriors who had proved themselves in battle. It can now be found quite commonly in the lower regions of Peru, where it is made into drinks, jams and puddings.
Maca is now becoming very popular within western society as a healthy dietary supplement, super food, and alternative to caffeine. It's sale is currently booming within the USA and is quickly spreading across the western world as a whole.
What‘s in Maca that makes it so good?
Maca is an highly nutritious plant full of vitamins, enzymes, mineral, essential amino acids, alkaloids, sterols and glucosinolates. It is all of these that have led to Maca being seen as a super food and a great boost to your health.
What are the effects of Maca?
The mix of nutrients available in such high and balanced proportions has led to Maca gaining a reputation as being:
A natural energizer, increasing stamina energy and endurance
An aphrodisiac and potency booster
A hormone balancer
Able to help relieve and solve menstrual problems and PMS
A natural testosterone booster
Able to relieve the symptoms of depression, stress and anxiety
A great all round health food
How do you take Maca?
Maca usually comes in a powder or dried root form. Usually you will take 450mg of powder 3 times a day with food or drink. It has a nice nutty taste and aroma, making it an excellent condiment to supplement your dinner, or to be brewed into a tea. Some of our favourite combinations are mixing it with chocolate or a milkshake.