Yellow & Black Maca | Lepidium Meyenii | Peruvian Ginseng
Yellow & Black Maca | Lepidium Meyenii | Peruvian Ginseng
Yellow & Black Maca | Lepidium Meyenii | Peruvian Ginseng
Yellow & Black Maca | Lepidium Meyenii | Peruvian Ginseng

Yellow & Black Maca | Lepidium Meyenii | Peruvian Ginseng

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Yellow & Black Maca | Lepidium Meyenii | Peruvian Ginseng

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Certified Organic Products. Imported from Peru, quality lab controlled in Glastonbury, UK.

Maca is a root of many powers

More than a nutritional treasure, it brings vitality, sensitivity, endurance, clarity ... while restoring sexual energy and improving cerebral activities.

 The Maca or Peruvian Ginseng, is an adaptogenic herb coming from Peru and Andean region. This plant was considered sacred by the Incas.

Maca balances the nervous system and contributes to stress reduction and global well-being. It strengthens the immune system and helps in case of weakness, giving energy and vitality to the whole organism.

 Maca is an aphrodisiac plant for men and women. It would increase fertility. It would also decrease the symptoms of menopause and soothe the painful periods.

Maca grown in three forms:
Red, yellow and black; each with their own strengths.
Black Maca is recognized as the most powerful.
It is used to stimulate mood, combat fatigue and stress, strengthen memory and learning functions.

Taste advice: To consume cold or tepid in milk or vegetable milk ;)

It is also very good for cooking cakes & biscuits, as compliment for artisanal chocolate bar etc... See our 100% pure & raw organic Cacao !

  According to an Andean legend, Maca would have been "given" to the men by mistake by the god of thunder Choque Chinchay when he wanted to punish a couple for their incessant bickering and their inability to love each other. The lightning that struck the couple struck the ground, and only there the earth was covered with a carpet of green grass. Curiosity led the couple to see under this greenish carpet. There emerged a small root from the depths of Pachamama, Mother Earth. The couple had the idea of ​​pouring it into their meager soup. They felt well, full of strength and became lovers again!