Maca is a root vegetable which grows in the high, harsh climate in the Andes Mountain in Peru. For over 200 years, Maca roots have been an important traditional food as well as medicinal herb to the natives of the region. Maca is the relative of radish and has the odor similar to that of butterscotch. Maca root contains many chemicals, including fatty acids and amino acids. Due to this configuration, this root is highly used to cure anemia, chronic fatigue syndrome and enhances the energy, stamina, memory and fertility in people. Women use this root to cure hormonal imbalance and menstrual problems. Also Maca roots help in the treatment of leukemia, HIV, stomach cancer and other major diseases.
In the field of agriculture, this root is used to increase fertility in livestock. Maca can be taken roasted, baked or as a soup.
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Posted by Charmaine Griffith on 3rd Dec 2018
It seems to be a pretty good Maca! I use it for my hair.