Peruvian Maca root, related to horseradish, is a nutritional powerhouse used for centuries by indigenous populations to promote fertility, energy and virility. Maca is grown on Peru's Junin Plateau, at over 14,000 feet in the Andes Mountains, where pristine air and rugged soils provide the perfect microclimate for developing hearty, potent rootstock. The small turnip-shaped roots are tended to and hand-harvested by local family farmers, whose ancestors centuries ago were the first to master the art of cultivating maca root and preparing it for consumption.
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