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Organic Peruvian Maca Powder
The purest and the best, nothing artificial, 100% Clean & Delicious Maca Powder
Bare Blends' Maca root is a 100% certified organic maca powder from a grower association of the Pumpush people in Junin, Peru. Ours is a high-altitude maca powder grown at over four thousand meters by farmers with ancestral knowledge of the plant and its cultivation.
As an integral nutrition source in the area it is treated with sacred respect and grown accordingly. With a bounty of potent alkaloids and its high nutrient and mineral content, we challenge you to put this powerful root to the test.
Perfect for boosting energy and balancing hormones
With a caramel like flavour Maca pairs perfectly with Cacao
Add to your favourite smoothie or juice recipe. It has a butterscotch like flavour that pairs perfectly with Cacao. Or try mixed with a Bare Greens for a super green juice!
In The Bare Flask or recycle an old jar.
In a jar or shaker! We recycle all of our jars to use as shakers.
Maca works perfectly in raw treats, brownies, cookies and other snacks. Look at our blog for some inspirational recipes!
Join our growing community of hundreds of happy, healthy Bare "Blenders"
|Serving size : 1 heaped tsp (5g)||5g||100g|
|- Saturated (g)||0.05||1|
|- sugars (g)||1.57||31.3|
|Dietary Fibre (g)||0.27||5.3|
Consume 1 serving along with a high quality milk in the morning.
Consume 1 serving each day after exercise to help you recover faster
Consume 1 serving in between breakfast and lunch.
A superior amino acid profile to help you achieve your goals
Maca powder is a potent and proven aphrodisiac with multiple studies showing improvement in subjective sexual desire. It is a nutritional powerhouse with between 10-15% protein, 16 minerals, 7 vitamins and 19 amino acids in composition with a rich assortment of plant tannins, saponins and alkaloids, isothiocynates and glucosinates.
Lepidium meyenii or 'Maca root’ is a small biennial plant native to the high altitudes of the Andes ranges that looks similar to a turnip or radish.
Maca has been cultivated for thousands of years and is a staple foood in the Peruvian Andes. It is generally recognised as safe for all to consume.
The youngest, oldest and sickest amongst us may wish to consult a doctor.