Maca Magic support for
Historical Ethnobotanical Information
Used by the Inca and earlier Peruvian cultures for more than 1,500 years. Today, Maca is used up to three times a day by modern Peruvian people from professional athletes to the elderly.
Maca is organically grown at the genetic origin of true Lepidium peruvianum, Peru's Magic Valley, located on the Junin plateau at 14,000 feet elevation, high in the Andes mountains.
As a dietary supplement, take 2-6 capsules a day as needed.
Organic brown rice flour, dicalcium phosphate, magnesium stearate in a vegetable cellulose (Pullulan) capsule.
Naturally occurring amino acids in Maca: mg/1 g protein Aspartic acid: 91.7 Glutamine: 156.5 Serine: 50.4 Histidine: 21.9 Glycine: 68.3 Threonine: 33.1 Alanine: 63.1 Arginine: 99.4 Tyrosine: 30.6 Phenylalanine: 55.3 Valine: 79.3 Methionine: 28.0 Isoleucine: 47.4 Leucine: 91.0 Lysine: 54.5 OH-proline: 26 Proline: 0.5 Sarcosine: 0.7 (Dini, 1994)
Caution: Nursing and pregnant mothers should consult their health care professionals before using this or any other product. Keep out of reach of children.
Store this product in a cool dry place below 30 ºC (86 ºF).