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Peruvian Naturals has just launched Maca Nitro, a blend of organic green coffee and Maca powders in a vegetarian capsule, for $11.99. Maca is grown in the Andes Mountains of Peru, where it has been used for 2,000 years by people of the region for energy. Inca warriors ate Maca before battles. “Green coffee” refers […]

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Peruvian Naturals has just launched organic Camu Camu powder in both capsules and in bulk. The pouch comes with 3.5 ounces (100 grams) of certified-organic, dried Camu Camu berry powder. The bottle comes with 90 vegetarian capsules containing 500 milligrams of powder, one of which delivers 105% of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin C. […]

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Peruvian Naturals has just launched proprietary blends of Maca for men and women. As an adaptogen, standard Maca works fine for both men and women. But we wanted to offer a product specialized to the needs of each distinct need. Both bottles contain 90 vegetarian capsules filled with certified-organic, gelatinized Maca root powder. This is […]

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Peruvian Naturals has just launched Organic Maca Powder in a one-pound resealable pouch for $11.99. And for a limited time we’re running a Buy 1 Get 1 Free promotion on Amazon.com. Add two pouches of our Maca powder to your cart. At checkout, apply this promo code: K9BJ26FY. That’s it! Here’s the copy-and-paste URL: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GCTW56E […]

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We’ve brought in a few dozen trial products to gauge your interest. Peruvian Naturals newsletter subscribers (and blog readers) can claim a 30% discount on orders of two or more products by emailing us directly at STORE [at] PERUVIANNATURALS [dot] COM. Or you can buy them on the Peruvian Naturals storefront on eBay. Below are the products […]

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Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a plant that grows above 12,000 feet in altitude in the Andes Mountains of central Peru. There are three different varieties defined by the color of the root. Below is a collection of studies on the different Maca varieties’ effects on sexual function, sperm production, female reproductive function, memory, depression, anxiety, […]

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The National Institute of Health recently published an article on kidney stones in its June 2017 newsletter. According to Pebbles in Your Plumbing: Flushing Kidney Stones, over 1 million people visit emergency rooms in the United States every year to treat kidney stones. Kidney stones are pebble-like crystals formed by excess minerals in the urine. […]

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This article was published by Peruvian newspaper El Comercio’s science section. It is translated to English below. See the original article. The Andean highlands have very adverse conditions: high winds, extreme cold, low rainfall and harsh ultraviolet radiation. However, Maca (Lepidium meyenii) survives there and has been sustenance for Andean populations since ancient times. What […]

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The British tabloid, Express, just published a recipe for Maca porridge, or what we in the United States would call Maca oatmeal. Mixing Maca with oatmeal is common in Peru, and Quaker even sells a pre-mixed bag of Maca Avena for children. Ingredients 3/4 cup oats 1/2 cup milk 1 cup water 1/2 mashed banana […]

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The Huffington Post has recently rounded up its favorite Maca recipes in its article, What You Really Need To Know About Maca, Including How To Eat It. Those recipes are: Maca Cacao Hot Chocolate Cinnamon Coffee Smoothies Raw Maca Avocado Cacao Truffles Peanut Butter Maca Granola Clusters Energizing Maca, Almond Butter And Cacao Overnight Oats Maca […]

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Peruvian Naturals Maca recently received this negative review on Amazon: I purchased this and I’m nearly done with my bottle. And NOTHING at all. No change what so ever. I felt like I wasted my money and could of gotten something that actually works. Didn’t do anything to my butt nor my boobs. Totally a waste. My point […]

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