Rawguru Organic Cream Maca Root Powder (8oz/227g)


Expiration: 22 May 2017

For more information on the different maca powders, please read our blog post on What is the difference between different coloured maca & how to consume maca correctly

Net Wt: 8 oz (227 g)

USDA Certified Organic

Raw Organic Maca, the Ancient Super Food of South America. The Maca root has been used in Peru since before the times of the ancient Incans. The maca plant is similar to a radish or turnip. It has amazing properties and is becoming more well known of for its effectiveness in health challenges, including osteoporosis, male impotence, menopause, menstrual difficulties, chronic fatigue, and depression. This raw maca is certifed organic and powerful in its therapeutic value.

Many people usually take 1 to 2 tablespoons (1/2 oz or 1 oz).

Maca is a vegetable root or tuber, related to the potato family, which grows in the high Andean plateaus of Peru at altitudes as high as 14,500 feet above sea level. As maca is cultivated in the highlands of the Peruvian Andes, local inhabitants say that men and women who consume Maca as part of their daily diet are known to be very fertile. Its fertility and sexual enhancing effects are so popular that Maca is used by the locale as part of their daily diet. It is also used by them for improving their natural energy. Maca is an adaptogen, Maca adapts to your body's metabolism. It works with your body to repair what needs to be repaired so that an optimal and ideal level of health and energy is maintained at all times. Use Raw Certified Organic Maca regularly in smoothies and other recipes. Raw Organic Maca is a great way of remineralizing your body. Maca is full of vitamins and minerals in the right combination and proportion that the body needs, so that the body can actually use them.

Nutritional Information: Sample Size 100g: Carbohydrates 62.6g, Fat 0.82g, Fiber 5.3g, Protein 17.9g Protein Components (%): Albumins & Globulins 74, Glutelins 15.3, Prolamins 10.6, True Protein 42.1 Vitamin & Minerals (mg %): Ascorbic Acid 3.52, Boron 12, Calcium 490, Iron 80, Magnesium 70, Niacin 43, Phosphorous 320, Potassium 113, Riboflavin 0.61, Sodium 20, Thiamine 0.42, Zinc 32 Amino Acids: Alanine 63.1, Arginine 99.4, Asparatic Acid 91.7, Glutamatic Acid 156, Glycine 68.3, HO-Proline 26, Hystidine 21.9, Isoleucine 47.4, Leucine 91, Lysine 54.5 Methionine 28, Phenylalanine 55.3 Proline 0.5, Sarcosine 0.7, Serine 50.4, Threonine 33.1, Tyrosine 30.6, Valine 79.3

Benefits in women:

* Enhances overall energy.
* Maca is a non-toxic energetic supplement with no downside effects.
* Offers women the chance for a natural hormonal rejuvenation.
* Maca encourages human glands to produce estrogen, progesterone and testosterone hormones.
* Eliminates hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms in women.
* Restores testosterone levels in women for a natural increase in strength and sexual drive.

Benefits in men: 

* Maca is a non-toxic energetic supplement with no downside effects.
* Enhances overall energy.
* Induces testosterone production in men to increase libido and boost their sexual drive.



Do not combine the consumption of maca powder with anything hormone-related. This includes any phytoestrogens (Dong Quai, Soy Products, Black Cohosh, Coumestrol, Vitex/Chasteberry), progesterone creams and Evening Primrose Oil. Not recommended for pregnant ladies and young children.

Read our blog post on What is the differecne between different coloured maca & how to consume maca correctly


Maca Pancakes with Miso Honey Butter and Cinnamon Whipped Cream 

Here's to your sweetest pancake dreams. Once you try these yoou wouldn't believe they're raw!


At a glance
Entrées & Main Dishes
 maca pancakes:
2 cups cashews, soaked 4 hours
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup maple syrup
1 TBSP maca powder
1/4 tsp salt
2 TBSP flax oil
3/4 cup golden flax meal
1/8 cup almond flour
miso honey butter:
1/2 cup coconut oil
3 tsp chickpea miso (by South River)
4 tsp agave
cinnamon whipped cream:
1 cup packed young coconut meat
1/4 cup coconut oil
1 tsp cinnamon
1 1/2 TBSP yacon syrup
pinch sea salt


For the pancakes:
Blend together all the ingredients except the almond flour and flax meal.  Pour mixture into a bowl and stir in the flax meal and almond flour.  Pour a thin layer onto a Teflex sheet (about 1/4 inch thick) on a dehydrator tray and dehydrate 7 hours at 104 degrees.  Flip over the batter and dehydrate another 2-3 hours.  The texture should be pliable and a little moist, yet firm and in tact.
For the miso honey butter:
Blend all ingredients until creamy and smooth.  Place in refrigerator to chill and firm up.
For the cinnamon whipped cream:
Blend all ingredients with an immersion blender and place in a pastry bag, then put in the refrigerator to chill.
dried blueberries (or fresh)
maple syrup
To assemble:
Use a round cookie cutter, the size of your choice to cut out the pancakes.  Top with the miso honey butter, cinnamon whipped cream, dried blueberries and maple syrup- decorate to your fancy and share with your friends! 

Recipe by Lisa Pitman 

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