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Maca Root May Help Raise Your Spirits—But Proceed with Caution

Maca Root May Help Raise Your Spirits—But Proceed with Caution

You may have heard of maca root, but what exactly is it? Native to the Andes Mountains in Peru, maca root—after harvesting—can be sundried and then processed as a supplement. Also called ‘‘Peruvian ginseng,” maca is an adaptogen, meaning it helps the body adapt to stress..

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