Lepidium meyenii, known commonly as maca, is a herbaceous biennial plant of the crucifer family native to the high Andes of Peru around Lake Junin. It is grown for its fleshy hypocotyl. This herb has been traditionally used as an aphrodisiac for both men and women, to increase energy, vitality, stamina and endurance in athletes, promote mental clarity, for fertility and to increase male seminal fluid volume, sperm count and sperm motility, for treating male impotence and erectile dysfunction, some say, its the herbal viagra for both men and women, and for female menstrual irregularities and hormone imbalances, including menopause and perimenopause.
Women with menstrual irregularities have experienced greater consistency, while women with hot flashes, mood swings and most associated perimenopause and menopause symptoms have diminished dramatically. Due to the number of steroidal glycosides present in Maca root, it is gaining popularity among weightlifters and bodybuilders as a natural alternative to anabolic steroids.
In modern society, the competition becomes more and more drastic and the psychological pressure turns higher and higher, the rhythm of life becomes faster and faster, and the pollution of the living environment is increasingly serious. As the principal workforce of family, the health of the reproductive system of man becomes more and more important.
In general, male diseases include impotence, prospermia, infertility, which is the general designation of the diseases of prostate and male reproductive organs. In real life, more than 20% of male adults have varying degrees of male diseases.
Maca is made in accordance with the principles of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). At present, the popularity of maca worldwide is growing at an enormous rate.
University-sponsored clinical trials show a 180% increase in sexual desire (libido) and a 200% increase in male's sperm count.
Dosage: 3-6 tablets daily.