Maca is a plant from South America that has been used for centuries for its fertility-enhancing and aphrodisiac properties. Australian researchers gave 3 grams a day of maca herb to a group of postmenopausal women for a period of six weeks. The herb did not exert any significant hormonal changes in these patients but it reduced symptoms of depression and improved diastolic blood pressure.
Comments: I like maca herb. It has a gentle way to improve energy and wellbeing and has some sexual enhancing effects, too.
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