This 4-Letter Plant Could Make Sex Way Better

    maca, libido

    maca, libidoDo you remember when you were a youngster and sex all is you could think of? Anything would get you going. You were full of youth, like a v8 cylinder engine under the hood. Now… you’re more like a smart car. You can get started, but it takes a while. And you have to be going for a long time before that heater will be pumpin’ any fire.

    Reason being, you’ve lost your libido. Other things will grab your interest, like a cold turkey sandwich. That’s pretty sad, wouldn’t you agree?

    But all is not lost. In fact, the libido can be ramped up in no time, so once again your engine will be hot and ready.

    All you have to do is start taking some maca and you’ll be rip-roaring, ready to go.

    Never heard of maca? That’s ok. It’s just coming onto the Western scene. But it’s been popular in its native Peru for thousands of years.

    Peru is where the Incan empire built Machu Picchu on the side of a mountain at 7,972 ft mountain, hauling rocks up roughly 2,000 feet from the base city of Aguas Calientes. Cusco, a large city three hours from Machu Pichu is set at 11,152. This elevation leaves the air so thin that a quick stroll up some stairs  makes you gasp for breath. Meanwhile, the ancient Incans were hauling around 400 lb blocks of stone to build their capital city.

    Peru’s landscape is so mountainous and rugged that the USA’s Rocky Mountains look like hills in comparison.  And they’ve been using maca as an everyday stimulant to compensate.

    How does Maca work, you ask?

    Well, there have been no official studies for maca, but it is thought to aid the hypothalamus and the pituitary glands.

    The hypothalamus gland and pituitary glands sit close to the base of the brain stem and regulate the balance between the endocrine system and the nervous system, ensuring the adrenal glands, thyroid, and other hormone-balancing organs are in check.

    Supplementing with maca can help even out abnormal spikes from the body by nourishing the brain component responsible for that regulation.

    Maca has vitamin B, vitamin C, and vitamin E. It also contains calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and amino acids.

    An additional benefit of the Maca root has been identified for women during the menstrual cycle. The way in which Maca helps is it works to normalize estrogen levels, lessening cramps, body pain, hot flashes, mood swings, and menstrual related depression.

    If you’re going to try Maca, it’s always best to talk to a doctor when you are trying to boost your libido. They can tell you if your current medical regiment will tolerate it…However, you don’t need a prescription to enjoy it.

    Naturally, it grows as a root, and it is now being sold in pill form or powder form, which can be mixed into smoothies.

    Go ahead, get some! And prepare to “spice” up the bedroom!