MACA POWDER


MACA POWDER
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MACA POWDER
MACA POWDER

Promotes Healthy Sexual Libido, Function & Fertility*

As the only edible food crop that flourishes at the high altitudes of Peru's central highlands, Maca has been grown and consumed there as far back as 1,600 B.C. Maca's traditional uses as an energizing sexual tonic and fertility-enhancing food have been well-documented in modern medical studies.*

Our Maca powder contains Certified Organically Grown Lepidium meyenii roots from Peruvian highland fields we have personally visited and approved. The roots are hand-harvested and then steam-cooked (gelatinized) to enhance Maca’s health-promoting properties.

Ingredients: 100% Pure, Certified Organically Grown, steam-cooked (gelatinized) Maca (Lepidium meyenii) root.

SUGGESTED USE: Mix up to 2 teaspoons per day into a beverage. May also be added to shakes, smoothies, yogurt and other foods.

WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
California law requires this warning when certain chemicals are detected, even at levels below federal safety guidelines.

Keep out of the Reach of Children

Certified Organic by Organic Certifiers

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