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Maca (Lepidium peruvianum Ch.) is a root like vegetable, shaped like a radish that grows in the cold climate of the Andes in Peru at elevations up to 15,000 feet. Maca is a member of the Brassicaceae family and is high in glucosinolates and isothiocyanates.
There are scientific studies on the aphrodisiac and fertility enhancing properties of Maca. Many scientists, doctors, and natural practitioners are finding Maca to be one of the best natural ways to regulate and support endocrine health. Endocrine action helps regulate metabolism, energy levels, growth, sexual development, and a sense of well being. Maca is known as an adaptogenic herb which promotes the balance of hormone levels and helps moderate blood pressure.
Although, Maca does not contain hormones, it provides nutrients that are believed to fuel the endocrine system by supporting the glands natural production of vital hormones in precise amounts predetermined by one's own body. Maca works broadly in the body to contribute to an overall sense of well-being and is believed to nourish and calm the nerves with calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, Vitamin B1, B12, fatty acids, and a natural source of iodine. Maca contains two groups of compounds called macamides and macaenes, which are believed to be responsible for the Maca's sex-boosting powers.
Instead of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), millions of women are putting their faith in natural alternatives, including Maca, which have been used safely for thousands of years. Maca's dense nutrients go right to the body so it can again produce healthy level of hormones. Historical evidence shows that Maca has been used by native women of Peru for hormonal imbalances, menstrual irregularities, fertility, and menopause symptoms, including hot flashes, vaginal dryness, loss of energy, night sweats, libido, depression and mood swings. Maca contains no plant hormones. Instead its action relies on plant steroids, which act as triggers to help the body itself produce a higher level of hormones appropriate to the age and gender of the person taking it.
Research confirms Maca's broad tonic action on conditions such as fatigue and stress related sexual dysfunction. Men report increased vitality within two weeks, while the full effect continues to build over seven weeks. According to a study by Dr. G.F. Gonzales in the Asian Journal of Andrology, Maca enhances fertility and libido in men. Maca maintains sexual desire and may increase sperm count through its action on the sex organs and the endocrine system. Maca supports healthy erectile function and enables men to remain sexually active beyond middle age. The men remain healthier and safer because Maca has none of the side effects and dangers of male enhancement drugs.