Perfect for smoothies! A dietary supplement that is naturally malty to taste. Maca Magic – one of the most powerful roots on earth!
Used by the Inca and earlier Peruvian cultures for more than 1,500 years. Find out what the Inca have known for centuries:
�Stamina and energy
�Virility and sexual ability
Almost 60 phytochemicals in a single root! Chemical analysis of Maca Magic root reveals a brain-powering amino acid profile and includes 8 minerals, 6terols, 20 fatty acids, a full array of vitamins, saponins, carbohydrates, protein and more!
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Product Features: Maca Magic Raw Maca Powder Directions Mix 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Maca Magic with 8-16 oz of water, soy or rice milk, your favorite beverage or mixed with muesli, yogurt, or porridges such as oatmeal or other breakfast cereals. Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon (5 g) Servings Per Container: About 380
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Since 1845 Lindt has been dedicated to producing the world’s finest chocolates. It all started in a small pastry shop on Marktgasse in Zurich’s old town. Confectioner David Sprüngli-Schwarz and his young son Rudolf dared to do something new so they embarked on a journey discovering the ideal processes to make exquisite chocolate. In 1859 father and son Sprüngli opened a second, large pastry shop on Paradeplatz in Zurich. Today sees Lindt supplying chocolates and pralines all over the world and is one of the most recognised brands for those who enjoy a spot of refinement and luxury.
A highly refined, delicately fragrant, and smooth dark chocolate, which has a strong but not too intense, cocoa flavour with subtle fruit and floral undertones and hints of natural vanilla.