Super Royal Maca For Men with DIM Veg Caps
Super Royal Maca for Men with DIM contains the same therapeutic grade, pre-cooked, certified organic Maca grown and processed in Peru as our other Maca products, with the addition of Zinc aspartate and DIM (diindolylmethane). DIM lowers the risk of prostate enlargement and prostate cancer. A therapeutic grade of Maca helps increase the number of testosterone receptors which promotes healthy libido and erectile function. Zinc helps prevent testosterone from converting quickly to estrogen and Vitamin B6 has strong anti-inflammatory properties that support the prostate.
Traditional uses now supported by scientific research:
- Promotes healthy sex drive*
- Supports healthy erectile function*
- Promotes energy – physical and mental*
- Promotes healthy semen production*
- Supports function of all the endocrine glands (adrenal glands, thyroid, pancreas, testes)*
This male potency and energy product was created for men who are worried about getting prostate cancer – a disease that, statistically, one in three American men eventually get. If you have prostate cancer in your family, already have an enlarged prostate, have any of the health conditions related to inflammation, or have a less than totally “clean” diet, this may be the right product for you. Men who have a hypothyroid condition may also want to take this product because DIM offers a substitute for eating raw cruciferous vegetables, which tend to slow down thyroid function.
Peruvian men have used Maca for thousands of years. The Inca kings gave Maca to their armies for energy, stamina, and sexuality in a high altitude/low oxygen environment. The kings and the rest of the nobility used it for sexual pleasure, health, and fertility.
This product is gluten-free.
What is DIM?
Diindolylmethane (DIM) is the principal breakdown product of indole 3-carbinol (I3C), the
phytochemical found in cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale, collards, mustard greens, radishes, watercress, and turnips — and Maca! DIM has been shown in scientific studies to reduce the risk of prostate, breast, and other estrogen-driven cancers.
Supporting Men’s Sexuality and Energy
Traditionally, Maca has been used to reverse symptoms of andropause, which involves a decline in men’s testosterone level as they age. This decline can happen to a man anywhere from his 40’s to his late 70’s. Both Royal Maca and DIM promote healthy testosterone/estrogen metabolism and reduce symptoms of estrogen-related imbalances. According to Zellig (Townsend Letter, August 2001), DIM helps maintain a healthy testosterone level in older men.
Support Your Prostate Health
Maca root, DIM, and Zinc have all been shown in animal studies to support healthy prostate functioning. Additionally, Whole World Botanicals has another product, Royal Lucraco Plus, whcih has been tested in clinical practice with Peruvian men and found to be highly effective. It supports healthy urination function and a healthy PSA level.
Each Capsule Contains
- 450 mg Royal Maca root concentrate
- 100 mg DIM (Diindolylmethane)
- 1.12 mcg Selenium (from Maca root)
- 1 mg Vitamin B6
- Consult product label for directions
- If you are Petite or Sensitive, start with 1 capsule daily with food.
- If you have a menstrual period, start taking this product at the beginning of your period. Evaluate the dosage when your next period begins (see how to evaluate below).
- If you do not have a period, evaluate your dosage after 5-7 days.
Evaluating Your Dosage
The dosage that is right for you must be
- High enough to alleviate any perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms you experience
- Not so high as to create “side-effect,” such as hot flashes (increasing instead of decreasing), insomnia, irritability or sadness, breast tenderness, etc.
Note: It is normal for urine to appear more orange while using this product.
- Who should use Royal Maca & who should use Super Royal Maca for Men with DIM
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“Basically my sex life with my wife stopped 8 years ago. I just resigned myself to ‘old age.’ But my wife suggested I try Super Royal Maca for Men with DIM and we’ve been on our second honeymoon for the past month!” ~69-year-old man from Los Angeles, CA
“I get really stressed out being in front of a computer terminal all day. Royal Maca keeps me feeling good and energized. I just take two capsules a day.” ~32 year-old programmer from NYC
First Scientific Research on Maca Root – 1960
In 1960, Gloria Chacon did her Master’s thesis on the effects of Maca Root on the reproductive system of rats. Rats were fed large quantity of cooked Maca root powder for 72 hours and then sacrificed for study. Female rats showed multiple mature egg follicles. Male rats showed a significant increase in sperm count and sperm motility.
- Conclusion #1: Chemical actives in Maca root were working on the reproductive systems of both male and female rats through the hypothalamus and pituitary glands (precursor hormones)
- Conclusion #2: Maca root had therapeutic effects appropriate to the sex of the animal
Study on Increase of Male Sexuality Using Maca Root
“Effect of Lepidium meyenii (MACA) on sexual desire and its absent relationship with serum testosterone levels in adult healthy men.” Andrologia. 2002 Dec;34(6):367-72. Gonzales GF, Córdova A, Vega K, Chung A, Villena A, Góñez C, Castillo S.
- Results of the study: Maca root improved sexual desire within 8 weeks of treatment. Serum testosterone levels were not different in men treated with Maca root and in those treated with placebo. However, IGF-1 increases testosterone receptors on cells making existing testosterone more available
- Implications: Since Maca root increases tissue levels of IGF-1 and a raised level of IGF-1 increases the number of testosterone receptors, we have a probable explanation of how Maca root increases libido without raising testosterone levels.
Male Hair Loss
“Dose-response effect … Lepidium meyenii on benign prostatic hyperplasia induced by testosterone enanthate.” Gasco M, Villegas L, Yucra S, Rubio J, Gonzales GF. Department of Biological and Physiological Sciences, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru.
- Results: Maca root causes the body to produce less DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) – the type of testosterone that causes hair loss and prostate enlargement
Maca Root Improves Adrenal Function
Lepidium peruvianum Chacon restores homeostasis impaired by restraint stress.
Phytother Res. 2004 Jun;18(6):471-4. López-Fando A, Gómez-Serranillos MP, Iglesias I, Lock O, Upamayta UP, Carretero ME.
- Results: Rats treated with Maca before undergoing the stress test showed very little variation or no variation in their pre-stress test blood tests. Maca reduced stress-induced ulcers, elevated cortisol levels, and hypoglycemia.
Raw Maca versus Cooked Maca – Which is Better?
Nutritional evaluation of the effects of Maca in albino mice and their offspring. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion. Vol. 50, No. 2, 2000. Marco Canales, Jose Aguilar, Ana Prada, Adolfo Marcelo, Cecilia Huaman, Luz Carvajal.
- Results: Mice fed raw maca had the lowest average birth weight and the slowest average growth rate in their offspring. Mice fed cooked maca had a higher average birth weight and a faster average growth rate in their offspring than the raw maca mice group. In the second generation of mice, these differences in birth rates and growth rates between the groups were even greater.
- Implications: Raw Maca inhibits digestion and assimilation of nutrients. It is worse than not taking Maca at all. Cooked Maca has significant nutritional benefits.
Measuring the effect of maca on lipid (fats), anti-oxidative, and glucose levels in rats bred to have genetically higher blood sugar
The influence of maca (Lepidium meyenii) on antioxidant status, lipid and glucose metabolism in rats. Phytomedicine, 2007 Aug: 14 (7-8) 460-4. Epub 2007 Feb 7. Vecera R, Orolin J, Skottova N, Kazdova L, Olivarnik O, Ulrichova J, Simanek V.
- Results: Maca significantly decreased the levels of VLDL (very low density lipoproteins), LDL (low density lipoproteins), and total cholesterol, as well as glucose levels in the blood.