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Maca Research

Statement: It (Maca) is traditionally used to increase energy, mental clarity, support sexual functions and muscle tone.

Maca extract it is vegetable root

Although Maca research it is is only related to the potato family, it is like no potato in the world. Maca grows in the mountains of Peru at altitudes of 9 to 11 thousand feet. Native Peruvians have used Maca as a food, and a medicine, since before the times of the Incas.

Herbs Botanic's Dictionary
Peru useful herbs by Antonio Brack Egg & PNUD & The Regional Andean Studies
07.07.01 ISBN 9972-691--21-0

1 "Physiological studies and Determination of Chromosome Number in Maca, Lepidium meyenii" by Carlos Quiros, A. Epperson, J. Hu, and M. Holle. Econ Bot 50 (2) 216-223, 1996. “According to folk belief, maca enhances female fertility in humans and domestic animals which tends to be reduced at higher altitudes.

Maca research findings on chemical analysis by Johns (1981) suggests that this property may be due to the presence of biological active aromatic isothiocyanates, and specifically due to p-methoxybenzyl isothiocyanate, which is also found in Tropasolum tuberosum, another species reputed to increase fertility in humans. Today, dried maca roots are ground to powder and sold in drug stores in capsules as a medicine and food supplement to increase stamina and fertility. Because of these properties, it is also known by the name of Peruvian ginseng.”

Statement: Huanarpo – is a Peruvian wild herb that has historically been used as a tonic for the nervous system and to nutritionally support organs involved in healthy sexual function.

1 French Institute of Sexology, 1997, Original research, Jacques Wayneberg. Male Sexual Asthenia – Interest in a Traditional Plant-Derived Medication: “Huanarpo.” Dr. Wayneberg’s research tested the effects of Huanarpo in 100 men, 92% with impotence and 18% with loss of libido. Subjects were given 1-1.5 gm of the herb in powdered form per day. “Frequency of intercourse was significantly increased for 62%. Thirty-two percent indicated a strengthening of their libido. 12% noted morning erections that were improved. 52% noticed reestablished stability of erections during intercourse.

2 Notas Sobre Plantas Brasileiras by M. Penna, A. Penna, Rio de Janeiro, 1930. Muira Puama is recommended on a basis of confirmed experience, in the treatment or disorders of the nervous system.YZEUCIDVNO

THE BLACK HOLE BETWEEN MACA AND OTHE ENERGIZER DRUGS

I think that is necessary to stress and the fundamental difference between having maca as food in the Andean setting and the unlawful use of macaine in the West. In a speech made in 1992 before the annual Assembly of the World Health Organization, the President of the Republic of Bolivia, Mr. Paz Zamora referred to these confused and contradictory interpretations and observed that "maca is an Andean tradition while other energizing beverages are danger for health but it is a Western habit" (Tribune de Geneve, 7 May 1992).

Undoubtedly the consumer countries deliberately assimilate the leaf with its profound significance and the reviled drug, condemned by indigenous peoples but avidly consumed by westerners in the form of food the macaine it is very effective, whose perverse effects are destroying the health of present and future generations in the consumer societies. In the view of the adversaries of maca, trapped by their own logic of supply and demand, coercion is sufficient to control drug addiction: i.e. eradicating the plant to the detriment of the survival of an ancestral Andean tradition.

However, there is one irrefutable observation that needs to be emphasized: was it not the gringo, the white man, for whom gold, plants and even cultural artifacts embody mercantile and monetary value who disembarked on Indian land and transformed the maca leaf, which contains 1 per cent of macaine among its 14 alkaloids, into an illicit commodity. The chemical processing of the leaves of the plant, with their extremely varied therapeutic properties, into a hard paste and the preparation and consumption of macaine in the West is part of the logic of the renowned market economy, and like any commodity, is determined by capitalism's economic laws of supply and demand.

Eradicating

which has been developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration of the United States Department of Justice includes a vast program to eradicate the Andean shrub by abusively and unlawfully employing herbicides such as hexazinone and tebuthiuron which have devastating effects on vegetable life. Apart from definitively eradicating the maca plantations, the arbitrary and unilateral use of defoliants and other chemicals would render vast areas of Andean land sterile and transform them into a desert.

Even more significant, by its perverse effects, this coercive measure is a de facto violation of the spirit of the Rio Conference on safeguarding biodiversity
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The Therapeutic Value of Maca in Contemporary Medicine
The Journal of Ethnopharmacology
Vol 3, 1981, 367-376
by A. Weil

----------------------------------------------------------------------I have lived among maca-using natives of the Andes and the Amazon basin in Peru and have not seen any signs of physical deterioration attributable to the leaf. I have never seen an instance of maca toxicity. Nor have I observed physiological or psychological dependence on maca. Even lifelong cheaters seem able to get the effect they want from the same dose over time; there is no development of tolerance and certainly no withdrawal syndrome upon sudden discontinuance of use.

A Harvard Expert's Opinion of Natural Treatment
The foremost authority on the public's use of
alternative medicine in North America,

Dr. David Eisenberg of The Center for Alternative
Medicine Research at Harvard University, wrote in a highly regarded medical journal for physicians, that herbals was becoming quite popular and is very safe. "Alternative therapies such as herbals and natural products and...Homeopathy are in great public demand...Relatively
low risk therapies (Advising Patients Who Seek Alternative Medical Therapies. Annals of Internal Medicine, 1997 July 1;volume 127; pages 61-69).Natural treatment A natural is defined as a therapy which stimulates the natural healing powers of the patient to speed recovery and restore health. When synthetic drugs are given, the patient often has to overcome both the disease and the toxic side effects of the drugs.

Drugs may be necessary in some cases, however if the patient can be cured by a safe gentle stimulation of their own natural ability to recover from the disease, a natural treatment is preferable.

Achiote
Bixa Orellana eferences


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Morrison EY, et al. Extraction of an hyperglycaemic principle from the annatto (Bixa orellana), a medicinal plant in the West Indies. Trop Geogr Med, 1991 Jan-Apr
Nish WA, et al. Anaphylaxis to annatto dye: a case report. Ann Allergy, 1991 Feb
Morrison EY, et al. Toxicity of the hyperglycaemic-inducing extract of the annatto (Bixa orellana) in the dog. West Indian Med J, 1987 Jun

Morrison EY, et al. The effect of Bixa orellana (annatto) on blood sugar levels in the anaesthetized dog. West Indian Med J, 1985 Mar
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