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Swanson Maca 60caps

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  • Supports sexual health for men and women
  • Boosts antioxidant activity
  • Supports hormonal health

What is Maca?

Maca, also known as Lepidium meyenii, is a dietary supplement that originates from Peru. Maca has been a highly regarded supplement for centuries as it was used for energizing purposes, by the Inca tribes. Maca comes from the Brassica family of plants; related to the turnip and the radish.

The Maca plant often benefits from naturally organic cultivation thanks to the lack of pests able to live in the same cold environment. In recent years, Maca has become well known for its beneficial energizing properties, which may optimize and stimulate sexual intimacy.

What is Maca used for?

Maca is a libido supporting dietary supplement, popularly used to promote the benefits of sexual activity for both men & women. Maca root has been claimed to support the function of sperm production, motility and volume, although this is relatively untested. However, used in addition to a healthy diet and exercise regime, Maca could help maintain a naturally healthy body, which in turn will support energy and activity in both the male and female body.

What is the Recommended Dosage of Swanson Maca 500mg?

Swanson recommends two Maca 500mg capsules to be taken up to twice a day.

Swanson easy to swallow Maca is available in quantities of 100 capsules, making this an economical addition to your daily routine.

Swanson Maca 500mg Special Precautions!

Maca capsules contain Gelatine, making them unsuitable for vegetarians. Swanson Maca 500mg may also contain microcrystalline cellulose (plant fiber), magnesium stearate and silica.

Swanson Maca is guaranteed for purity and potency, with no specific interactions recorded. However, as with all dietary supplements, it is essential that you check with your Doctor before taking any new or complimentary health supplements. 

Remember that natural therapies carry a risk of contraindications when combined with various treatments and conditions.