The Truth About Maca and Your Libido Health Reports concluded "there is no strong medical evidence to support its use for female sexual dysfunction." maca only slightly enhanced sexual eazye.info: Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD.
The study concluded that Maca may alleviate SSRI-induced sexual dysfunction and may have a beneficial effect on libido. In another study, scientists surveyed eight bicycle racers regarding their sexual desire, and then timed them on a 40 km course. The racers were then given either a placebo or 2, mg of a extract of Maca daily. After two.
Aug 06, · Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is an Andean plant of the brassica (mustard) family. Preparations from maca root have been reported to improve sexual function. The aim of this review was to assess the clinical evidence for or against the effectiveness of the maca plant as a treatment for sexual dysfunction Cited by:
Apr 14, · Animal studies have demonstrated improvement in sexual behaviors such as increased copulatory attempts due to maca [12–18] and anecdotal evidence certainly supports the use of maca for the treatment of sexual dysfunction in humans. However, few controlled clinical trials in humans have been conducted and those few have generally studied only Cited by: