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Maca
Lepidium Meyenii

Medicinal, food
Origin:Peru - Cordillera of the Andes
Altitud of crop:
from 3.800 to 4.500 m
(12.500 to 14.800 ft)
Maca, also called Maca-Maca, Ginseng Peruvian, , is a native plant of the Peruvian central cordillera, domesticated for 3.600 years.
This plant owes its fabulous properties to the richness of the ground of this area (Cerro of Pasco, Junin) out of minerals and oligoelements.
Maca is a plant with very short development. Its color is yellow or purple, the flowers are of ivory color.
Used as well for its culinary qualities as its curative, the maca is regarded as "food of the famine", paramount in the preparation of the meals in the event of food shortage.
Incas were large consumers of maca, bringing them a great resistance to the climate of high altitude and the rigorous cold air.

- NASA has, since 1996, used the MACA in the food of the ASTRONAUTS.
- The MACA and HUANARPO MACHO are the principal components of the "VIAGRA".
- Energetic
- Antistress
- Aphrodisiac
- Restores the intellectual and body abilities
- Rejuvenator
- Important supplement in sporting activities (natural alternative to the anabolisants)
- Helps to growth and development of the children
- Supports the memory
- Increases the fertility (for both sexes)
- Increases the immunology level of the organism
- Relieves the premenstrual syndrome and regularizes the menstrual cycle
- Food supplement
In treatment of:
- Menopause
- Osteoporosis
Chemical composition:
Proteins 10 to 18% MINERALS mg / 100 g ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS
Carbohydrates 70 to 75% Calcium 400 to 650 Omega 9 C
Oleic acid 13,4%
Fat 1 to 2% Phosphorus 200 to 400
Fibers 3 to 5% Sodium 90 to 110 Omega 6 C
Linoleic acid 40,0%
VITAMINS mg/100 g Iron 10 to 32
Vitamin C 20 to 32 Magnesium 70 to 115 Omega 3
Linoleico Alfa acid 12,8%
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) 0,5 to 1,2 Potassium 900 to 1100
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0,5 to 1,0 Copper 5 to 6
Vitamin B12 1,0 to 1,3 Zinc 2,8 to 6,1 Nutritition value:
174 to 384 Kcal
Caroten 0,07
Other minerals:
Manganeso, selenium, boron, silicium, aluminium
Other vitamins:
Niacin, B6, D3 and P
- Maca is IDEAL for the MODES, thanks to its low content of fat (less than 2%).
- The large quantity of proteins combined with iron and vitamins, make Maca a source of ENERGY and the B complex, in particular the vitamin B12, supports the nervous system, helps to fight against FATIGUE and STRESS.
- Its anti-asthenic properties of anabolisant type led the body-builders to use Maca successfully as a NATURAL ALTERNATIVE to the ANABOLISANTS.
- One can as well recommend Maca to stimulate the LIBIDO in men and women and to fight against STERILITY, due to nutritional deficiencies, in particular to the lack of zinc, iron, vitamin B12 and amino acids.
- The APHRODISIACS properties are due to its isothiocyanate of methoxybenzyl contents.
- For its properties against IMPOTENCY, Maca facilitates erection.
Dr. Gary F Gordon, ex President of the American College for the Advance of Medicine, tested Maca personally and noted a stimulation of the erectil tissues and said "Maca is the natural alternative to Viagra". He also added "Maca is a possibility to standardize the steroidal hormones like the testosterone, the progesterone and the estrogens." (sic).
- Maca can be recommended in the cases of OSTEOPOROSE thanks to its high calcium content and the boron, which facilitate the absorption of calcium.
- Thanks to the aromatic steroids and glucosinolates (hormonal regulators), one regards Maca as an important food to fight against the effects of MENOPAUSE.
- Maca acts as stimulation on the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus, modulating secretions of hormones LH, FSH, HCG and prolactin and consequently has an important role in the correct operation of other endocrine glands like the OVARIES, the TESTICLES, the SUPRARENAL GLANDS, the PANCREAS and THYROID GLAND.
- Maca allows an increase of 50% of the production of the hydroepiandriosterone hormone, known as the HORMONE of the YOUTH, which normally decreases with age.
- The proportion of Essential Fatty Acids, Omega 3, 6 C and 9 C is very important. These Omegas are necessary for the human life and health. According to certain studies, practically 90% of the people have a deficiency in at least one of them ("The Barron Report" - vol. 6, Issue 1 - January 1998).
The absence of these Essential Fatty Acids was related to many current diseases such as LOSS of the HAIR, LOSS of VITALITY, SKIN DISORDERS, CIRCULATION PROBLEMS and the HEART, and all immunological disorders and even the ARTHRITIS.

CHUCHUHUASI
Maytenus Laevis

ANTI-ARTHRITIC

Parts used:
bark, root
Uses:
medicinal
Origin: Peru (Amazon rainforest)
Other names:
Huashu del Chucchu, Chuchasha, Chuchuhuasha.
Chuchuhuasi is an immense tree of Amazonian, which can reach 30 m (100 ft) in height. Its sheets are large, 10 to 30 cm (4 to 12 in), its flowers small and white and the bark is very resistant, heavy and reddish. The fruit is ovoid with oblong seeds.
- Anti-arthritic
- Antidiarrhoeas
- Anti-rheumatic
- Anti-inflammatory
- Muscle relaxant
- Antitumor
- Analgesic (relieves pain)
- Tonic
In treatment of:
- Arthritis
- Rheumatism
- Ache (back, muscles)
- Lumbagos
Other uses:
Aphrodisiac.
Chemical composition:
Phytochimics, triterpenes, favonols and alcaloides of sesquiterpene. 2 phytochimics of Chuchuhuasi the mayteine and the alkaloids of maytansine are well known since the Sixties for their antitumor activity.
In the Sixties, an American pharmaceutical company discovered the immunostimulant characteristics in the sheet and the bark. In 1977, the researchers announced that the extracts of the alcohol of the bark had anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and confirmed the traditional applications for the arthritic pains, confirmed by Italian researchers in 1980 and Japanese in 1993.
In the Seventies, the Italian researchers identified the antitumor characteristics of Chuchuhuasi and allotted the effects to the tingenone and pristimerine and also in 1999 to the sesquiterpens.
22-hydroxitingenone, 6-benzoyl-6-deacetilmayteine, ethers beta-dyhidroagarofuran of poliol LED sesquiterpene, canofillol, tannins of the catechin, triterpenes friedelan, 3-oxo-29-hydrofriedlelane, 3-oxofriedlan-25-Al, laevisines A and B, macrocarpines A_D, maytansine, mayteine, maytenine, mebeverine, phenoldienones, pristimeran, proantocyanidins, tingenone

HUANARPO MACHO
Jatropha Macrantha M.

APHRODISIAC

Parts used:
sap
medicinal
Origin:Cordillera of the Andes
Other names:
Barbasco, Higos del Duente, Mitocala, Palo de Grado.
Herbaceous plant with the thick stems and red flowers. The milky sap is used as a sexual excitening agent.
Huanarpo Macho with Maca are the principal components of the "VIAGRA".
- Aphrodisiac
In treatment of:
- Impotency
- Coetaneous irritations
Huanarpo Macho acts as a blocking esparto-adrenoreceptor, reduces the effect of the hormones, which causes the contraction of the blood vessels, effect which increases typically with the age.
Huanarpo Macho increases also the production of the norepinephrine, which is essential for the formation of erections.

 

IPORURO
Alchornea Castaneifolia

APHRODISIAC

Euphorbiaceae
Parts used:
bark, leaves
Uses: medicinal
Origin: Amazon rainforest
Other names:
Iporoni, Ipurosa, Macochihua.
Iporuro is a small tree measuring up to 9 m (30 ft) in height, with a bark of clear chestnut color. The leaves are small with slight toothed edges.
Properties:
- Aphrodisiac
- Antibacterial
- Male Geriatric
In treatment of:
- Impotency
- Arthritis
- Rheumatisms
- Osteo-arthritis
- Muscle pains
Chemical composition:
Aurones, quaternary bases, simple chalcones, steroids, phenols, flavones, flavonols, flavanones, flavononols, saponins, tannins pyrogalic and xantones

CLAVO HUASCA
Thynnanthus Panurensis

APHRODISIAC
Berberidaceae
Parts used:
wood and bark
Origin: Amazon rainforest
Vid del Clavo, Cipó Cravo
Clavo Huasca is a crawling liana, which can reach up to 80 m length. The wood of dark red color has a strong odor similar to that of the cloves, and when it is cut, appears a Maltese cross of gold color. The flowers are small and of white, cream or yellowish color.
Properties:
- Aphrodisiac
- Analgesic (relieves pain)
- Stimulant
- Digestive
In treatment of:
- Impotency
- Premature ejaculation
- Frigidity
- Intestinal gases
- Rheumatisms
- Arthritis
- Fever
Chemical composition:
Eugenol.
Alkaloids: tinantine.
Strong fixed acids, simple aurones, chalcones, steroids, phenols, flavonones, heterosides cyanogenic, leucoantocyanidines, tannins pyrogalic, resins, essential oils.


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