Maca powder has been known for thousands of years as a performance enhancer. The Incas ate Maca for this purpose before the battles.
Maca is a plant that grows high in the Peruvian mountains near the snow line at an altitude of 2,500 to 4,500 meters above sea level. The powder made from the nutrient-rich roots of the plant is known and widely used all over the world.
Depending on the Maca, yellow, red, purple, and black roots are available.
Maca is an annual plant that is propagated by seeds. The plant is usually planted from April to June and harvested after 7-9 months. The mineral-rich soil of the Andes is probably one of the reasons for the high content of minerals and trace elements in the root.
Archaeological evidence suggests that Maca was domesticated as a cultivated plant more than 2,000 years ago. The primitive cultivation of the plant began more than 1600 BC.
Maca powder is well suited for an active lifestyle and vegetarians.
CocoVi Maca powder is intended to be mixed with a drink or added to foods.
Maca is good for adding to water, milk, juice, smoothie, yogurt, porridge.
Maca powder can be used to make tea.
Maca powder acts as a natural thickener and can also be used in bread or bread dough.
The recommended amount is 1 teaspoon to 2tbsp per day.
Start with a smaller amount to increase if desired.
It is recommended that you take a weekly break from Maca powder every month or a one-month break every three months.
Not recommended for children under 3 years.
Storage: at room temperature or cooler, protected from moisture and sun.
Food supplements are not intended to replace a varied and healthy diet.
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