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Why combine spirulina with maca?

Spirulina associated with Maca allows a potentiation of the effects of the latter by limiting the possible side effects induced by the consumption of high doses of maca. The combination of these two products brings you all the vitamins and many minerals. In addition, maca optimizes the action of spirulina.

What is maca?

Maca, also called Lepidium meyenii, is a plant that traditionally grows in the Andes mountain range in Peru at more than 4000 m altitude. The plant takes 7 to 8 months to grow. It is during this phase that it captures the nutrients and minerals responsible for its benefits. Harvesting and drying using ancestral techniques results in a high quality product.

The benefits of the spirulina and maca combination

Thanks to its complex nutritional composition, maca has many benefits recognized for more than 5000 years [1]. The iron contained in this Peruvian ginseng allows it to contribute:

  • To reduce fatigue
  • Has normal energy metabolism
  • Has normal cognitive function.

Combined with the benefits of spirulina, maca provides an overall energy boost.

Spirulina combined with maca root, for whom?

The spirulina and maca synergy is recommended for anyone looking for vitality or wishing to increase their performance.

If you have high blood pressure or a metabolic problem, it is important to seek advice from your doctor.

The composition of the spirulina and maca association

Maca draws its benefits from its particularly interesting composition of vitamins and minerals. It contains, among other things, vitamins B1, B2, B12, C, D3 and E as well as potassium, calcium, phosphorus and iron. It also contains between 10 and 15% protein containing 19 of the 20 existing amino acids.

Spirulina combined with maca contains all the vitamins and many minerals. Thus the synergy of these two products, alongside the adaptogenic action of maca, contributes to its action.

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[1] Gonzales GF. & al. : Maca (Lepidium meyenii Walp), a review of its biological properties. Rev Peru Med Exp Salud Publica. 2014;31(1):100-10.

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