Organic Raw Premium Peruvian Maca Powder
Dosage: 1 – 3 teaspoons (3-9 grams)
1.6g Net Carbs per teaspoon dose
1 ounce, 4 ounce, 8 ounce and 1 pound quantities available
We have been fascinated with this amazing root for over a decade.
MACA – Powerful Incan Adaptogen
Maca has been used as a staple food and healing herb for thousands of years by the Andean Inca. Maca is an adaptogen useful for improving the bodies function under stressful conditions. This tiny radish-like tuber grows in a harsh environment high in the Peruvian Andes where low oxygen, high altitude, and cold dictate that not even grass or trees can propagate. This ancient herb is a symbol of fertility to the Andean people and is used traditionally for treating a myriad of disorders and dysfunctions associated with loss of vitality.
Both women and men have benefited immensely from this plant. Maca has also been used for thousands of years by Incan women for menstrual cycle symptoms and hormone balance, as well as by the male warriors as a source of energy and vitality before going into hunts or battle
Maca is traditionally used for:
* increasing stamina, energy and vitality
* enhancing memory and learning
* improving mood
* increasing oxygen supply in the blood (chronic low oxygen aka hypoxia is a major marker for disease)
* adrenal support
* endocrine support
* thyroid support
* circulatory health
* increasing libido
* enhancing fertility
Scientific Studies + Keto Recipes
You’ll find it all in our FREE EBOOK Maca: The Andean Adaptogen (instant download).
This Ebook is a user friendly resource that tackles everything you want to know about the traditional Andean adaptogen – maca. 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 a resources section containing abstracts from available scientific studies and 17 delicious low-carb, paleo, ketogenic maca recipes straight from our Andean kitchen. The recipes are all ketogenic, sugar-free and low-carb, there are a variety of hot drinks, smoothies, chocolates, crèmes and other desserts.
Recipes from the Primal Edge Health Blog