Maca is a root crop grown exclusively in Peru. It’s has long been revered as a superfood even before the term was coined. Maca is an adaptogen just like ginseng. It shares many of the same health benefits, but it’s stronger and works more instantaneously.
In Peru, in the era of the Teotihuacan empire, maca was reserved for royalty. It was also given to soldiers during wartime because of its ability to improve strength, stamina, and recovery.
During peacetime however, they’re forbidden to have maca because of its strong aphrodisiac effects. Even then, maca is known for its ability to significantly boost libido.
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Maca for fertility issues
*If either or both you and your partner have fertility issues, simply mix half a teaspoon of maca powder in your coffee every morning. You should experience changes in as little as 5 days.
How much maca should I take?
*Start off with a quarter teaspoon of maca. Mix it thoroughly in chocolate or coffee powder before adding water.
*Take it once a day, preferably in the morning. Observe its effects and increase your intake as desired.
*To continuously enjoy its health benefits, take maca no more than 5 days per week, cycling it off your system for 2 days
*Maca is great for people who are suffering from insomnia. However, If you work graveyard shift and your body has become accustomed to staying awake through the night, taking maca may not be advisable.
*People who stay up at night have developed a hormonal imbalance which lets them stay awake. This practice, if prolonged, leads to more and more severe health issues from diabetes, to heart disease, to degenerative brain conditions.
*Even a small amount of maca, when taken without having had a 6-8 hours of sleep at night, will almost instantly cause relaxation and sleepiness. The experience is similar to taking sleeping pills.
*As a general rule, maca works in reverse if taken without sufficient sleep.
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