Maca is an adaptogen that is becoming increasingly popular. People mostly use it for "those things" and as a natural aphrodisiac, but it also has potential for endurance athletes. Unfortunately, all serious studies in that regard have so far been performed on animals.
For 2000 years, maca has been praised in Peru and used in traditional cuisine and medicine. As part of folk medicine, it was used to increase sexual drive and resistance. Up to 1980, it was cultivated only around Lake Junin in central Peru, but later due to globalization, it was spread around the world. Legends claim that the Inca used it to gain strength and aggression before meeting their enemies, but when they returned home they were prohibited from using it, so they wouldn't harass local girls. During the colonization period, maca was so precious that people used it to pay taxes. And the Spaniards used it back home for ... Well, you know what.
- It may help you to increase your libido
- It may reduce oxidative stress
- It may improve your wellbeing
- It may improve your cognitive functions
- It may alleviate menopause symptoms
- It mas alleviate sensations of anxiety
- It mas increase bone density
- It may increase energy levels
Take two capsules daily with a meal.
Dietary supplement. Ingredients: maca 4:1 (Lepidium meyenii) (rizoma) 500 mg (equivalent of 2000 mg of fresh maca)*. Other ingredients: gelatin, may contain one or more of the following: microcrystalline cellulose (plant fiber), magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide. Net quantity: 60 capsules. *Daily value not established. Amount in one capsule.