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Characteristics

For centuries, maca (Lepidium meyenii) has been highly valued by the indigenous people of the Andes as a source of energy and strength regeneration. It is grown in high altitudes in the Peruvian and Bolivian mountains, where very few plants are able to survive. For consumption the root of the plant is used, which contains a number of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and essential amino acids.

Composition

100% powder from dried maca root in organic quality

Nutritional values 

Nutritional Facts   in 100 g
Energy1587 kJ / 397 kcal
Fat1.4 g
- of which saturates0.3 g
Carbohydrate77 g
- out of which sugars29 g
Protein13 g
Fibre27 g
Salt<0.01 g

Application 

1–2 teaspoons per day. Mix the powder in a glass of water. Maca can also be used as an ingredient for muesli, porridges as well as desserts, cakes and muffins.

Others

Storage: Store in a dry place in closed packaging

Country of origin: Peru

Weight: 100 and 250 g

 
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