Longevity Maca brings equilibrium to the body, reducing stress, normalizing blood pressure and restoring energy levels.
What are the benefits of Longevity MACA?
Improve hormonal balance
Relieve mood swings
Enhance clarity of thought
Give strength and energy to the body
Offer resistance to disease
Fight fatigue and depression
For thousands of years, the Indians of South America thought of Maca (lepidium peruvianum chacon) as a sacred plant. Full of nutrients from mineral rich soil, this turnip shaped tuber is found high in the Andes where no other plant food can grow.
Though the Incas used Maca chiefly for its nutritional value, its dried roots are rich in essential amino acids and proteins, the Conquistadors discovered "more valuable" uses for it and demanded their tribute from the Indians in the form of tonnes of Maca rather than gold. For though the word wasn't in their vocabulary, they discovered that Maca was a powerful Adaptogen.
Adaptogens are plant substances capable of balancing and normalizing many of the body's systems, thus they can reduce stress, harmonize vitality and enhance resistance to disease. They can quiet the hyperactive and boost the energy levels of the chronically fatigued. They also balance blood sugar and balance hormones in both men and women, to virtually eliminate the unpleasant symptoms of PMS, menopause, post-menopause and other related conditions.
1 or 2 capsules three times a day.
Longevity Maca – Supporting healthy aging
Suggested Use: As a daily dietary supplement mix ½ to 1 teaspoon in juice, yoghurt or cereal.
Caution: Consult your doctor before use if pregnant, lactating or seriously ill. Keep supplements away from children or pets. Store in a cool, dry place.
Serving Size: One teaspoon 35 Servings per container
*Percent daily values based on a 2,000 calorie diet
** Daily value not established
Cultivated for 2000 years in Andes of Peru, Maca is a nutritious tuber that contains minerals, fatty acids, essential amino acids and proteins. Maca is eaten fresh, baked and added to drinks. To the Incas, Maca was a sacred food given to warriors as a source of Kallpa or strength. Today, it is taken by men and women of the Andes as a dietary supplement to support normal functioning of the body⁺
⁺These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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