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Maca powder 1kg, organic

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SKU: 70201000
WHAT IS MACA? The maca plant is a herbaceous annual, a hardy cruciferous vegetable, from the carrot, radish and parsnip family. The root is a tuber, similar in appearance to a small turnip. It is either cream-coloured or purple when harvested. Similarly to Ginseng, it is used for its health benefits, to increase strength, energy, stamina, libido and sexual function. Maca is said to be a "legendary sex-enhancing root, passed down from the Inca". It is often referred to as "Peruvian Ginseng", even though it is unrelated botanically. NUTRITION INFORMATION Amount per 100g Calories 1361kJ / 325kcal Total Fat, 3,6g -Saturated Fat 0,0g Total Carbohydrate, 71,4g -sugars 32,1g Protein 14,3g Salt 0,05g USEFUL PROPERTIES Traditionally, native medicine practitioners and herbalists have recommended maca for: - Treating menopausal symptoms, such as hot flushes, vaginal dryness, and depression, as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy [HRT] - Stimulating and regulating the endocrine system, including the adrenals, the thyroid, the ovaries, and the testes - Regulating and normalizing menstrual cycles - Stimulating fertility in both men and women - Supporting the immune system - Increasing energy, stamina and endurance, reducing chronic fatigue - Enhancing libido, treating impotence - Revitalizing seniors, mentally and physically HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU TAKE? (SUPPLEMENTATION) 2 teaspoonfuls a day (about 4-5 grams) should be taken for medicinal purposes, although 1 teaspoonful (2-3 grams) would be beneficial for maintenance. Bearing in mind that maca is a staple food, it is not always used in small quantities. The Peruvians often take about 3-5 grams of maca per day. ITS USE TODAY Maca is used in the preparation of various foods, such as cookies, cakes, hot porridge and as chips. It is used in sweets, desserts, syrup, jams and wine. Maca powder can be sprinkled on cereals, added to yoghurt or soup, mixed with milk, hot or cold water (with