There is no doubt that Maca sounds exotic-like a mysterious aphrodisiac or a secret adaptogenic anti-stress formula that has been hidden with generations by the Peruvian Indians.
The only place where exotic Maca can show a proven positive effect, however, is not in the human body.
It is true that Maca extract has some confirmed positive effects, but with the current level of research, I can boldly say that they are greatly overvalued and are somehow mysteriously multiplied by word of mouth.
Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a perennial plant that grows high in the mountain forests of Peru and Bolivia (Andes). It is popular with the names maca-maca, maino, ayak chichira and others.
Maca increases libido, without affecting the hormone - it has been observed, but the mechanism is unknown. The Maca plant contains a group of sterols, tannins, alkaloids and saponins, which are said to have a synergistic effect.
Most often, you can find the Maca extract as part of complex herbal supplements for libido enhancing, toning, different anti-stress herbal adaptogens, or formulas for stimulating hormones.
Maca improves fertility by increasing sperm quality.
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