In the Know
With more than 3000 years of cultivation behind it, Maca Tea is an exemplary herbal infusion perfected over generations. Maca can be found in its native habitat in the Andes Mountains bordering Peru, grown and harvested for the nourishing root it produces. It is a relative of other known root vegetables, including radishes and turnips. Known for its rich nutritional content and mild nature, maca is often called the Peruvian Ginseng, even though the two roots are unrelated. With a pleasantly earthy and somewhat nutty taste, maca is enjoyable whether served as a root vegetable, or brewed into an invigorating herbal tea.
Rich in Nutrients
Maca root is well known not only for its great taste, but its rich nutrient content. It is a natural source of vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin and even vitamin B12, which is not often found in plants. Maca root also provides several important minerals, including iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Maca tea also offers a tasty herbal source of protein and fiber to enrich your diet, along with amino acids, saponins, tannins and essential fatty acids. Many of its constituents also offer antioxidant properties, making it an excellent addition to your daily regimen.