Wholesale Of Traditional Chinese Medicine Maca
Marca (scientific name: Lepidium meyenii walp.), (Spanish: Maca). It is a cruciferous plant native to the Andes of South America. Oval leaves, rhizome shaped like radish, edible, is a pure natural food, rich in nutrients, known as "South American ginseng". The hypocotyl of Maka may be golden or light yellow, red, purple, blue, black or green. The light yellow root is the most common, with the best shape and taste. Maka is rich in high unit nutrients, which can nourish and strengthen the body.
Maka is native to high altitude mountainous area, suitable for growing in high altitude, low latitude, high temperature difference between day and night, slightly acidic sandy soil and sunny land; It is distributed in the Andes of South America, planted in central and southern Peru, Yunnan and Xinjiang of China, and has a large area of suitable planting land.
Nourishing and strengthening the body.
The alkaloids in Maca have antibacterial, antiviral, anticoagulant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and anti cardiovascular effects, so they can be used for immune function decline, menopausal syndrome, uterine fibroids, breast hyperplasia, chronic cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, etc.
Tea can choose Maca dry tablets, 10 grams a day, put 3-5 tablets at a time, with boiling water bubble can, bubble after the tablets do not throw away, can chew and swallow.
Soak 2-4G (2-3 slices) of Maca slices in boiling water (300-500ml each time in the thermos cup) for 20 minutes. After soaking for 4 times, the Maca slices can be eaten directly.
Usage and dosage
Collection and processing
From late November to early December, the leaf color of most plants turned yellow and faded, the fleshy roots were fully expanded, and the base was round and blunt. After artificial harvesting, remove the leaves, remove the soil and fibrous roots, clean them with water, cut them into slices and dry them in the sun.
Maca can be eaten in the sun, or it can be made into cold dishes. Cooked food is better. As early as before Columbus arrived in America, Peru's national treasure has been a popular vegetable. It can provide a lot of heat energy. People who have tasted Maca say that eating it has a sense of satisfaction, makes people feel very comfortable, and its taste is sweet.
Maca's fresh roots can be fried with meat or other vegetables, or boiled with water or milk after being dried. Local aborigines often drink fresh roots with honey and fruit juice as a drink. Maca is rich in high unit nutrients and has the function of nourishing and strengthening the body. People who have eaten Maca will feel energetic and energetic and will not feel tired.
Store in a ventilated and dry place to prevent mildew and moth.