Maca or Maca Root is sometimes referred to as Peruvian ginseng. It mainly grows in the Andes of Central Peru and is known for its high nutritional content including iron, potassium, vitamin B6 and Manganese. Maca root is usually the bit of the vegetable that is eaten, and it tends to be taken in ground form as a powder or powder capsule. There are maca benefits for menopause including alleviating menopausal symptoms of hot flashes and interrupted sleep. You can also use Maca for women’s fertility and libido. Wondering: can Maca help you get pregnant? The answer is yes and no. Maca has been shown to increase a women’s sex drive and desire but studies on whether it can improve sexual functioning and fertility are limited. That said, many have reported improved sex lives after incorporating maca into their diet.
Maca made just for you
Ready to start using Maca? There are many forms of Maca on the market for you to choose from, but we always recommend choosing one with no additives or nasty fillers. An organic maca powder is a great way to start using maca – you can add it to smoothies or smoothie bowls. You also might like to try a blended Maca powder like the Organic Merchant Sex Dust if you’re wanting to use maca for women’s fertility. A straight Maca powder can be used to increase energy, support adrenal function and reduce stress. If you have a sweet tooth, Maca powder can easily be used to supercharge your baked goods.