MACA FOR INFERTILITY
fertilizing effects of MACA are undeniable; it contains a
biochemical substance that stimulates the brain and the reproductive
organs. Many have proven that MACA favors fertility and helps to
regulate the menstrual cycle. Castro De Leon (1998) affirms that it
all seems to indicate that MACA is an excellent invigorator, which
can perform real miracles in people afflicted with problems related
to frigidness, sterility, or all these deficiencies together. As a
result, many women that regularly consume the MACA root have
returned to being very fertile.
of the work and investigations indicate the following results:
and PULGAL VIDAL (1980), the MACA root contains properties that help
with fertility, since positive results were obtained when given to
sterile animals. According to REA, the protein rich content of the
MACA root make it superior to roots cultivated 2500 meters above sea
level. (Ibis, pg. 105)
HELMAN M. (1985) states that reproductive function of
MACA is well known.
(1974) other than its nutritional values, MACA increases
reproduction in animals and humans, the colonial Spaniards knew this
even before today’s scientific results. (Ibis, pg 105)
AMAZING PROVEN RESULTS
FERTILIZING ACTIONS OF MACA: Dr. Freddy Madrid Giranda; Dr.
Gloria Chacon de Popovici, Universidad Mayor de San Marcos, MACA
nutritional course II, December 3-5, 1998.
#1: ‘Silvi’, a 12 kg Cocker Spaniel, 1.5 years old. Ever since Silvi
was born, she never went into heat. She was given 2 grams of MACA
with her food and after 3 months she went into heat. She was mounted
manually as shown in the photograph. Silva was impregnated and went
through normal labor giving birth to 4 healthy puppies. One of the
puppies was given to the owner of the male.
#2: ‘Yosi’, a 30 kg German Sheppard, 2 years old. Ever since she was
born, Yosi was never in heat. She was given 5 grams of MACA with her
food for 77 days. She went into heat and was mounted manually. She
was impregnated, went through a normal labor and gave birth to 9
puppies, 2 died during the process and 7 survived, 2 females and 5
males, all healthy.
#3: ‘Pepita de Altamira’, a 23 kg Basset Hound, 4.5 years old. Ever
since her birth, Pepita never went into heat. She was given 3.5
grams of MACA for 58 days. She went into heat and was mounted
manually. She was impregnated, went though labor and had a cesarean.
She gave birth to 9 puppies, 1 died during the process and 8
survived, 4 males and 4 females, all healthy.
Studies show that the use of MACA in animals is not only limited to
dogs, as discussed in her book “MACA, the Medicinal and Nutritional
Plant from Peru”, by Dr. Lida Obregon Vilches, 1st
edition, 1988; Lima, Peru.
Zoological Faculty from the University of Central Peru, Huancayo, in
1995 presented the following thesis: ‘Effects of MACA in the
presentation of heat in cows in the ‘Chaera Valdivia’ stable in
Matahuasi-Concepcion, the results were overwhelming as to the
procreation of the animals.
There is an interesting investigation involving the use of MACA and
the reproduction of sheep. In 1961, Yauri and Valerion studied the
volume, ph, concentration of the seminal fluid, motility of the
spermatozoids, and used this information to determine the effects of
MACA in sheep. They used 12 sheep around five years of age and
administered 80 grams of MACA orally in 300cc for the space of 15
did have a significant effect on the amount of semen ejaculated,
concentration of seminal fluid and spermatozoid motility. (Tony
Matos Tovar, 1995). Therefore, the use of MACA in sheep increased
the production of semen and the activity of the spermatozoids.
1961, Dr. Chacon de Popovici performed studies in rats and frogs as
part of her thesis to obtain her bachelors degree in Biological
Sciences: “Phyto-chemical study of the Lepidium Meyenii Walp.” The
purpose of her research was to investigate the frequency of
procreation and the effects of MACA on the reproductive organs of
these animals. Her research showed that MACA had vigorous effects on
the maturation of the follicles (structure in the ovary that
produces the egg), and increased the number of spermatozoids in
males. Studies performed with animals have always yielded great
results. According to Dr. Chacon, the fertilizing effects of MACA
have been scientifically proven.
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