Maca is one of the best known and recognized Andean products worldwide for its healing and revitalizing properties. It is a plant that grows in the central highlands of Peru in particularly rugged and inhospitable areas, above 3,500 meters. It is mainly a root that can be consumed fresh, as well as dry, and can be stored without losing its nutrients; which is a positive aspect for its consumption both locally and internationally. Maca is a food that provides health benefits beyond its basic nutritional principles. Among these are: Vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E Minerals and trace elements: iron, calcium, zinc, manganese, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, copper Essential amino acids: all except tryptophan Fatty acids: omega 3, 6 and 9, linolenic, palmitic and oleic acids. Others: phytosterols, alkaloids (macaine 1, 2, 3 and 4), isocyanates, glucosinolates, flavonoids, saponins, macacides, alkamides and more. Increases energy, has stimulating power promoting sexual potency. It contains minerals, abundant in iodine, phosphorus, iron and calcium. Iodine is a reconstituent of the endocrine glands. The calcium and the phosphorus favor the bones. Yellow Maca is more popular among women because it helps relieve the symptoms of menopause, including cramps and mood swings. Before menopause, it can increase fertility and help female hormonal balance in general. Increases energy, has stimulating power promoting sexual potency. It contains minerals, abundant iodine, phosphorus, iron and calcium. It is reconstituent of the endocrine glands and favors the bones. It helps to prevent anemia, insomnia and depression. For its content in vitamins E and C is considered a natural antioxidant that helps strengthen the immune system.