Here’s the truth about Maca and your libido.
First of all, maca is a root vegetable from the Andes, and it was considered as a gift from the Gods by the Incas. Maca is known for its legendary ability to deliver energy and mental clarity. Also, it restores hormone imbalances and also improves sexual desire and fertility in both men and women.
There’s plenty of anecdotal information about its usefulness passed down from generation to generation over thousands of years. There are more clinical trials that are needed on women regarding the reduction of menopause symptoms and these other benefits, but I can attest that I’ve seen a difference.
So what can you do? Try maca yourself and see if it helps. If you want a natural testosterone booster, I highly recommend it or if you’re suffering from other menopausal symptoms, at the very least, maca is rich in antioxidant, polyphenols, and glucosinolates, which can help to protect us from cancer cells inhibiting their growth.
Plus maca improves sports performance and increases. Maca is a tonic capable of replenishing precious nutrients in the body. According to a study, it’s able to improve athletic performance and energy availability over the long term. Prolonged use of Maca protects our brain and it can help improve learning and memory. Eating maca every day can help to lower your blood pressure. So, and as I mentioned, it can also reduce and fight the symptoms of menopause, help improve your libido, and can increase and improve fertility in both men and women.