The “Peruvian Miracle,” Imperial Gold Maca is presented as the cure-all herb, effective in treating a litany of health problems. It goes without saying, then, that Imperial Gold Maca is effective in enhancing male sexual performance and treating erectile dysfunction. Well, maybe not.
Maca is a plant found in the Andes, a mountain range that spans across much of South America. The particular species of maca being marketed is the type found in the Peruvian Andes. Apparently, maca has been a well known remedy that has been used for centuries by native Peruvians for any number of purposes. It wasn’t until he 1960’s, however, when Dr. Gloria Chacon de Popovici braved the mountain peaks to study the “Peruvian miracle” plant, isolate the many benefits of maca, and bring it forth to better humanity. Frankly, the website for Imperial Gold Maca reads like a college thesis, minus the interesting parts.
Maca, maca, and more maca. Not just any old maca, mind you. Only the specific maca indigenous to the Andes of Peru. Accept no imitations! There is a lot of bad maca going around these days.
Because Imperial Gold Maca claims to do so much, it is almost hard to find a believable benefit. Maca is high in nutritional content and contains many goodies such as protein, fatty acids, minerals and iron that are beneficial to overall health. Sexual performance is dependent in part on overall health, so there you go.
Trying to disseminate the incredible amount of information on the Imperial Gold Maca website is nigh impossible. The manufacturer of the product is obviously excited about the product, and can’t tell you enough. What results is overkill and informational overload. The medical testimonials are less than convincing, and consist mainly of the medical professional’s personal experience and not any sort of clinical, empirical data. Dr. Chacon de Popovici invokes the Lord when espousing the virtues of maca. Prayer is hardly what I am looking for when seeking to a more pleasurable, sexual experience. But that’s just me.
There is absolutely a strong correlation between holistic remedies and improved sexual health. There does not seem to be, however, any real evidence as presented in the website that Imperial Gold Maca has any specific impact on male sexual performance. In fact, the bold claims on the site are reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century elixir; a magical cure being sold by a snake-oil salesman making outrageous proclamations of the products’ uses. Again, this is not to say that maca is not healthy. The manufacturers simply do not do a good enough job in presenting their product. They seem to be biting off more than they can chew. Most male enhancement supplements are a combination of several different ingredients, each working together to enhance male sexual health. Imperial Gold Maca tries to stand alone, but instead seems to fall a little short.