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old message Maca is an Adaptogen used for Centuries Darrell Miller 11/10/07
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Date: November 10, 2007 02:35 PM
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Maca has been used for centuries in South American and studied for years by a Dr. Hans Seyle, a Nobel Prize winner on General Adaptation syndrome. The highlanders who live in the Andes Mountains use maca to help them survive and thrive at 14000 to 18000 feet above sea level. Oxygen levels are low at this altitude and maca helps oxygenate the blood. Maca has over 60 phytonutrients to help the body adapt to stress. The unique alkaloids increase the body’s endocrine and immune function.

Maca contains biological active components that spur an aphrodisiac and libido enhancing effect on the body for both men and women. Today’s herbalists suggest maca for a wide range of usages such as hormonal imbalances, PMS, hot flashes, depression and night sweats, and vaginal dryness. Some herbalists recommend maca for chronic fatigue syndrome, adrenal dysfunction, anemia, tuberculosis, and stomach cancer. All would agree that maca extract can be used as an endocrine balancer and aid in mental clarity.

With all the benefits of maca being discovered, why not give maca a try for your self?

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Date: November 10, 2007 02:58 PM
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Maca is packed with nutrients; loaded with vitamins and minerals to help fuel brain function and ease hormone irregularities as well as nourish the body.

Maca contains:
1. vitamins: B1, B2, and vitamin C
2. Alkaloids: contains 4 novel alkaloids: Macaina 1, 2, 3, 4.
3. Bismuth: Aids in combating bacteria that causes gastritis.
4. Calcium: supports strong bones and teeth.
5. Copper: supporting hemoglobin production
6. Fatty acids: contains 20 fatty acids 7. Silicon: helps hair, skin, nails, and connective tissue.
8. Iron: supports hemoglobin also.
9. Magnesium: essential for protein synthesis, and activities of muscles and nerves.
10. Manganese: essential mineral
11. Phosphorus: regulates the transmission of neuromuscular chemicals and electrical stimuli. Important for the hemostasis of calcium, and the reactions of lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins. The body’s chemical energy is stored in phosphate compounds.
12. Potassium: participates in the regulation of osmotic pressure; its activity is carried out inside the cells.
13. sodium: when working with potassium helps reduce arterial pressure and hypertension.
14. Tannins: useful in the treatment of diarrhea. Combined with other medicines, they have the utility of treating inflammatory processes like ulcers and sores.
15. Zinc: a cofactor of dehydrogenises and carbonic anhydrite; its lack can cause skin rashes, taste disturbances, and mental lethargy.
16. Carbohydrates: quality carbs.
17. Fructose: Natural fruit sweetener
18. Micronutrients: minerals which help with the production of antibodies.
19. Proteins: rich in bio-available maca protein average of 11% grams in dry root.
20. Starch: chemical compounds that influence the nutrition and health of consumers.
21. Fiber: loaded with cellulose and lignin which stimulates intestinal operations.
22. Macronutrients: essential vitamins and minerals, nutritive properties to help convalescent people who are diagnosed with anemia.




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