What is maca?
The legendary maca root is a nutritional source of the Inca. Before going into battle, the Inca warriors would consume maca. According to chronicles, half of the Inca's food sources consisted of maca. Even today, the use of maca is very widespread and popular in Peru. One is able to find maca at almost every farmer's market and in many households it is an integral part of teh daily nutrition. The Peruvian root tuber is also becoming more popular in this day and age. Women as well as men value the advantages of the maca root.
The maca product is optimally synchronized with guarana and vitamin E.
The maca root contains protein, iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, carbohydrates, phosphor, sugar, starch substances, important mineral substances and numerous vitamins.
Content: 90 capsules
Recommended intake: 2 capsules daily with plenty of water. The recommended daily intake indicated should not be exceeded. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Keep out of the reach of children.
||1 capsule contains
||2 capsules contain
||15 mg (150%*)
||30 mg (300 %*)
Recommended daily allowance acoording to NKV and EU