Maca is the common name for Lepidium meyenii, a plant in the brassicaceae family. Maca is divided into 3 categories based on the color of their root, which can be red, black or yellow.
Black Maca is most effective for sperm reproduction, sperm mobility and is a powerful energizer that helps us withstand fatigue and stress. It increases your energy without generating nervousness, which is ideal for students looking for a natural supplement. It is also a high antioxidant.
Preliminary research also suggests maca can protect the brain from damage, improve bone health, and even improve cognitive ability in healthy people.
BENEFITS OF BLACK MACA
– COMBATS OSTEOPOROSIS
– LOWERS DEPRESSION, STRESS AND ANSIETY
– INCREASES SEXUAL, PHYSICAL AND MENTAL PERFORMANCE
– INCREASES THE NUMBER OF SPERMATOZOIDS AND THEIR MOTALITY
– IMPROVES OVARIAN QUALITY IN WOMEN
– REGULATES AND IMPROVES THE FUNCTION OF THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
– REDUCES THE PROSTATE SIZE
– INCREASES TESTOSTERONE LEVELS
– HIGH ANTI-OXIDANT
Maca is rich in vitamin B vitamins, C, and E. It provides plenty of calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and amino acids.
HOW TO USE:
The best way to use Maca is in smoothies, salads, drinks, cooked foods, and juices. Its flavor has been described as “malted” or like toasted oats.
A couple of easy and tasty ways to use it:
1 tablespoon of black maca dissolved in warm milk with a spoonful of honey.
Maca Vegetable Juice
2 carrots, ½ lime, 2 radishes, 2 celery’s, 2 spoons of maca powder.
Juice all the vegetables together with the black maca powder. Enjoy!