Maca: The Andean Adaptogen {Free Ebook}

Maca: The Andean Adaptogen {Free Ebook}

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We FINALLY have our Premium Raw Organic Maca Powder stocked again!  Straight from the small family farms that we are privileged to work with and support, this is real 100% Organic Raw Maca.  We have been fascinated with this amazing root for over a decade; our unique location in the Andes of Ecuador and work in exporting/ importing high quality Organic heritage foods enables us to share this specially selected premium Maca with you at an unbeatable price, straight from the Andes and into your kitchen.

To celebrate one of our favorite therapeutic plants we have created this comprehensive FREE EBOOK to share with you. We get a lot of questions about this incredible South American heritage food – we answer them all in this FREE PDF.  You will learn about the history of this pre-Inca high altitude adaptogen, how to use maca, and who can benefit from maca. There is also resources section containing abstracts from available scientific studies and 17 delicious low-carb, paleo, ketogenic maca recipes straight from our Andean kitchen.

Download the FREE Ebook.

The Primal Edge Health Maca Guide is a free 50-page, user friendly resource that tackles everything you want to know about this vitality promoting, endocrine balancing, true superfood (a term thrown around far too often).

Get our Premium Raw Organic Maca Powder here

 

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31 Responses

  1. Erin
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    Just ordered.
    Have used maca over the last few years off and on. Looking forward to the recipes and the best maca ever.
    Thank you two for your continued teachings and sharings.
    Blessings,
    Erin(Ketoerinb)

    • Tristan
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      Thank YOU Erin! We are handling every single order and cheer each time a new one comes in 😉 Let me know what recipes you like the most, I’m always interested in hearing feedback. Wishing you all the best!

  2. Tristan
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    Sorry about that! Thanks for the notice

  3. Kathey williams
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    I have been watching your videos on YouTube on the ketogenic diet and yours most of all that have been teaching me how to get started on a healthy lifestyle way of living, even in my 56 years! Took me a long time, huh? I’m down 8 lbs in two weeks and feeling good and proud of myself. Thanks for the continued encouragement. Love all the different foods and looking forward to some of your wife”s recipes. I cook “country, South” cooking and carb city is what has brought me to failing health. No more sugar and crap eating for me. I cannot wait to see the outcome in a few months. No hurry.

  4. Tom
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    Thanks for the encouragement videos and the Maca! But I’ve been hoping to see more about the Ketogenic lifestyle for older people. I’ve been recovering from Sarcopenia and adopted the diet with exercise about 9 months ago to lose fat while gaining muscle. With hints from Dr. Jacob Wilson, Dr. Stu Phillips and others I’m making slow progress. Please guys, don’t forget us who are using this to stay alive!

  5. Reenie
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    I cant seem To download the free Maca e-book. I used to use Maca during Menapause. It really helped alot. Reenie

    • Tristan
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      Did you enter your email in the sign up box? Once that is submitted, you should receive a direct download link in your inbox promptly.

  6. Stuart coleman
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    Hi Tristan and Jessica I am a overweight heavy drinker who is approaching 60 fast the last few months I’ve been watching your videos and have decided to sort myself out before its to late.keep the information coming as some of us need inspiration.
    Many thanks Stuart.

  7. Darline
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    Please send the ebook on Maca, thank you

    • Tristan
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      There is a sign up box in the post above, enter in your email and you should receive the ebook directly in your inbox. I added you manually to the list, you should have received the ebook by now. Please check your junk folder if it does not appear in your inbox. Let me know if there are further issues. Hope you enjoy it!

  8. Julie
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    I received my beautiful Maca powder in a clean strong clear plastic bag, with a decent ziplock closure, well boxed. First taste, earthy, bitterish, weird. I mixed a whole tablespoon (9g) in an iced smoothie with spinach and almond milk and cold pressed organic coconut oil and stevia. It was weird.

    Then, I decided this flavor was better suited to something warm and took the advice to mix with cacao from your very well done PDF “Maca: The Andean Adaptogen” and made the most amazing Maca Mochacino. Almond milk, heated to warm, add 2T of coconut oil, 6g of Maca, 6g of cocoa powder, coffee crystals or brewed. Add all items to blender and frappe. Dust with cinnamon or cocoa powder or have plain. 204cals, 17.6g fat, 213mg potassium, 7.4g carbs, 2.3g fiber, 3.3g protein. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!

    I’ve had this with a keto breakfast of eggs, spinach, and feta cheese sautéed in real butter. I’ve lost 23 lbs in the last 2 weeks and 7 in the last three days. Lots of energy since starting with the Maca. Let’s see how it works long term and what it does to metabolic panels, CBC and lipids. But, Maca is working nicely into my program and I am very optimistic about its hormone stabilizing properties. Thank you for this product and ease of ordering.

    • Jessica
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      Julie I am so happy to read your message! Thank you so much for your feedback. Your recipe sounds delicious!! Best of luck on your journey – stay strong sister!

  9. Jeremy
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    Hi Tristan, I just ordered some of your Maca. I’m anxious to try it. I’ve tried almost every brand on the market. Only one that really stands out is by Gaia Herbs but they doubled their price when China started buying up all the Maca. I can’t bring bring myself to spend $30 on 8oz. But question for you. Do you ship your Maca from Ecuador? Because tracking my maca started in California. Can you explain to me how that works? Thx!

    • Jessica
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      Of course we don’t ship from Ecuador! We import our bulk raw organic maca to the US in big-ol’ sacks then have them packed in CA and shipped when the orders come through! 🙂 Thanks for supporting our work, you’re going to be surprised at how different pure maca is from the other grades sold…there are about 10 different grades of maca sold here, you’re getting the TOP tier pure selection.

  10. Toomas
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    Do you ship outside US?

    • Jessica
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      No sorry we don’t.

  11. Peter
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    I have recently received my sack of Maca from you, and have been mixing with cool water and powering it down straight. I have recently read that cooking or warming it is more beneficial for all the benefits to be realized.

    Is taking Maca warm/hot a better way to eat it? Also, do you cycle off eating Maca one week a month?

    I appreciate your guidance.

    • Jessica
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      You can experiment with taking it hot/cold and see if you feel a difference. There are some cooked recipes in the ebook – check them out 🙂 In general, I think it is a good idea to cycle herbs and supplements. Maca is a whole food ingredient, so it is not essential to cycle but I do feel a tolerance build up in myself if I take it regularly – all depends on how your body feels and reacts. Thanks for the support!

  12. Eric Green
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    I just made the Maca Keto Cookie recipe – but instead of macadamia nut butter I used coconut butter and it turned out delicious! I haven’t been able to find macadamia nut butter anywhere. Do you make it from scratch?

    • Tristan
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      Check amazon – we recommend the Wilderness Poets brand: http://amzn.com/B00ELNOSKA/?tag=wwwprimaledge-20. You can also make it from scratch by food processing the nuts for roughly 20-30 minutes until the oils are released and the nuts become a completely smooth butter.

  13. Jane
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    Hi ,

    Can you please advise /comment on the negative side effects of maca, ie longer menstural cycles/ longer bleeding?

    I’ve recently included flax seed and maca in my diet and I am experiencing the symptoms described above.

    Thanks Jane in the U.K. Do you ship to the U.K.?

    • Jessica
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      Hi Jane, Unfortunately we cannot ship outside the US. I am unfamiliar with any negative side effects of maca. I am surprised to hear the symptoms you are describing, usually women have the opposite as maca eases PMS symptoms and soothes hormonal imbalances.

  14. Golden
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    Please send info on Maca–Thanks

    • Tristan
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      All you need to do is enter your email in the box above and you will automatically receive a copy of our ebook.

  15. Cynthia
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    I have just ordered your Maca. I have never used this but hoping it’s as great as you say. I love the fact that you, Tristan, are from San Diego as I live in Fallbrook (I know you know where that’s at). I love the recipes that Jessica have come up with and I have signed up for your cookbook sister! You two are awesome and I do have some questions so will shoot you a private message in the next day or two. I am on 72 days keto, struggling with my macros; have had to lower fats as I was consuming to many fats and have not reduced my waist size as to date which is driving me nuts considering my exercise regimen.

    • Jessica
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      Thanks for the support Cynthia! Wishing you well xx

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