Maca, a root that belongs to the radish family, is most commonly
available in powder form. Maca Root is grew in KUN LUN mountain
in Tiber of China. Maca is rich in vitamin B vitamins, C, and E. It
provides plenty of calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous
and amino acids. Which goods for women and men healthy.
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Maca Root(Origined in Tibet, China) Maca is the highest altitude
edible vegetable on Earth, eaten by the Incan’s before battles as
an energy boosting super tonic. Maca helps to balance the
endocrine system by supporting the adrenal and pituitary
glands. It is known to completely alleviate thyroid conditions
due to it’s hormone balancing components. Like all root
vegetables, it helps to detoxify the brain. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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There are no serious known side effects of maca, but like any other supplement it should not be taken in large amounts. When you first start using maca, it’s best to begin by taking smaller amounts and building up; even 1/2 teaspoon is a good place to start. And at the other end, 1 tablespoons (of the powder) is an average daily dose. Rotating a few days on and a few days off is often recommended. Taking too much can lead to adverse effects and throw your hormones out of whack. If you experience this, you should take less or wean yourself off completely.
Don’t add it to anything that’s very hot because it will lose all its benefits.
The taste can be a bit odd at first but it gets more tolerable and it depends
on what you mix it with. Its flavor has been described as “malted” or like
toasted oats. Smoothies, puddings, raw sweets, and juices seem to be the
best ways to use maca powder.
Maca is rich in vitamin B vitamins, C, and E. It provides plenty of
calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and amino acids.
2. Sexual function
Maca is widely used to promote sexual function of both men and
women. It serves as a boost to your libido and increases endurance.
At the same time it balances your hormones and increases fertility.
3. Women’s health and mood
Maca relieves menstrual issues and menopause. It alleviates cramps, body pain, hot flashes, anxiety, mood swings, and depression. If you are pregnant or lactating you should avoid taking maca.
Within days of using maca your energy level may increase. It is also known
for increasing stamina. Many athletes take maca for peak performance.
If you find yourself tired most of the time, experiment with maca to see
if it helps. Just a small amount could be exactly what you need for a boost!
5. General health
Maca helps your overall health in a number of ways. It supplies iron
and helps restore red blood cells, which aids anemia and cardiovascular
diseases. Maca keeps your bones and teeth healthy and allows you to
heal from wounds more quickly. When used in conjunction with a good
workout regime you will notice an increase in muscle mass.
But be very cautious if you have a cancer related to hormones like testicular and ovarian, among others. If you have liver issues or high blood pressure you should ask your doctor before taking maca.
Many people take maca for skin issues, as for some people it helps to clear acne and blemishes. Another benefit for your skin is that is decreases sensitivity. In hot or cold weather, maca may help your skin withstand extreme temperatures.
7. Mood balance
If you find yourself overcome with anxiety, stress, depression or mood swings, maca may help alleviate these symptoms, though of the evidence is anecdotal. Some have reported an increase in mental energy and focus.