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A discovery that could revolutionize the problems related to male virility

Major advances have been made in recent years in helping men deal with problems related to virility. One study confirmed long-held hypotheses that needed to be analyzed and studied from a scientific point of view, following a real protocol. This is exactly what was done: and the results were amazing. But above all, they constitute an unprecedented hope for millions of men (and women) throughout the world.

An incredible discovery revealed by recognized specialists

By Bruce D.
Posted on 23/02/2024

An ancestral and traditional practice

This new hope is embodied by a plant that is still relatively unknown in Europe, but which exists and has been consumed for several millennia in Peru and more generally in the Andes.

A plant whose effects are so promising that it is increasingly exported to Asia with growing volumes to China, Japan or Taiwan. Because it is above all an ancestral remedy, whose consumption is ancient and still used in the Peruvian traditional medicine for a multitude of evils and disorders which met the local populations.

From anemia to joint disorders, from depression to menstrual disorders, the list of uses of dried maca is long and its medicinal properties are widely used in these practices. And it is precisely these practices and this role that have led researchers to take an interest in it, in order to establish the scientific veracity or not of these traditional practices and approaches.

This is what has been done in the framework of scientific studies over the last few years, and which focus on the impact of maca on different ailments and difficulties. Let's look at these in more detail.

Popular wisdom and traditional medicine are not always based on scientifically established truths. It is in this sense that studies have been conducted to validate in a precise and rigorous way these hypotheses established empirically and without a strict framework or protocol.

Studies that have already proven the effectiveness of maca

A study¹ was first conducted on the impact and effectiveness of maca on the quality of life of women during menopause. The protocol indicated a maca intake of 3.5 grams per day and it allowed a positive effect on the quality of life of women during menopause. Symptoms and disorders of a psychological nature could be reduced, such as anxiety or depression. A first study that proved to be conclusive for some benefits of maca.

Two other studies were then carried out in areas more related to male disorders, each with extremely encouraging results. The first one²³ on fertility and conducted in the laboratory. High doses of maca were administered to a population of male rats.

The conclusion of the study is as follows: the production of spermatozoa as well as the fertility of these male rats increased. A second study was able to establish an increase in sperm quantity and sperm motility attributed to maca. These three studies were able to establish and confirm the beliefs and practices in the Peruvian tradition.

They have thus constituted a bridge towards a last field generating major psychological disorders among a growing population of men: impotence and viritity problems.


A hope for millions of men (and women)!


A magical plant that grows in the Andes

A study that directly establishes the link between maca and the fight against impotence

The protocol put in place :

Another study (Maca (L. meyenii) for improving sexual function: A systematic review) was interested in the deep problem of impotence and was given the mission to measure the possible effectiveness of maca against it.

A team of five researchers (Byung-Cheul Shin, Myeong Soo Lee, Eun Jin Yang, Hyun-Suk Lim and Edzard Ernst) thus set up a strict protocol in order to measure the effects of maca on men presenting vigor disorders.

They administered daily doses of maca ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 grams for periods ranging from 2 to 12 weeks. This was compared to a second group of men using a placebo.

Study conclusions:

The result and conclusion is clear: the results of our systematic review provide limited evidence for the effectiveness of maca (...). In other words, this means that the study was able to prove in a scientific way the assertions of the Peruvian ancestral tradition as well as the local practices since millenniums.

It is therefore a new era and a new hope for all men suffering from impotence and / or manhood problems around the world. If maca has proven its effectiveness through studies on menopausal disorders or fertility, it has also proven to be effective against impotence.

Applications already implemented and available


Since the results of this study, some companies are already marketing products derived from maca in order to help men suffering from impotence and thus to make them progress towards a new blooming intimacy. Because if maca has scientifically proven its effectiveness, it is necessary to consume it with optimized dosages in order to maximize its effects.

For this reason, it is available in the form of a turnkey productthe product containing a specific quantity of this plant and requiring to be taken at a specific time with a particular dosage. If maca is still not widely available today, you can nevertheless find it on sale, especially by following this link.

In our country, nearly one man in three suffers from virility problems after the age of 40. This means that several million men suffer from this type of problem. And so tens of millions throughout the world! You now know that a natural solution exists. It deserves to be known and used by men to enable them to regain their self-confidence and find a fulfilling sexual life.

Bruce D.
Expert in Alternative Medicine and Sex therapist

Author of numerous articles and files concerning male sexuality, conference leader for men on self-confidence.



Notes :

1 . Brooks NA, Wilcox G, Walker KZ, Ashton JF, Cox MB, Stojanovska L, 2008. Beneficial effects of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) on psychological symptoms and measures of sexual dysfunction in postmenopausal women are not related to estrogen or androgen content.

2 - Cicero AF et al. Lepidium meyenii Walp. improves sexual behaviour in male rats independently from its action on spontaneous locomotor activity.J Ethnopharmacol. 2001 May;75(2-3):225-9.

3 - Cicero AF et al. Hexanic Maca extract improves rat sexual performance more effectively than methanolic and chloroformic Maca extracts.Andrologia. 2002 Jun;34(3):177-9.

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