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Gary F. Gordon, M.D., former president of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine, now Founder and President of the International College of Advanced Longevity Medicine, located in Chicago, Illinois, bases his appreciation of MACA on his own experience of it and states that MACA improves the quality of life in the area  of sexuality.

Henry Camponile, M.D., of St. Petersburg, Florida states that his first menopausal patient "started to feel better four days after she began taking Maca", and finds that it promotes energy unlike any other herb he has used. 

Dr. Gloria Chacon de Popovici, PhD, Maca is a miracle herb sent my god to help humanity. This herb can cause men and women to eliminate or reduce suffering in many areas of their life.

Dr. John Lichtenstein, M.D. acupuncturist and Family Medicine practitioner, agrees that Maca is an herb that is of great benefit.

Dr. Richard Brown, M.D. author of STOP DEPRESSION NOW, says that Maca holds great promise for the health and well being of men and women.

Dr.Mark Smith , M.D. has said "I have noticed a significant level of more balanced energy, stamina & endurance markedly during cardio vascular workouts using MACA". 

Dr. Hugo Malaspina,  a cardiologist practicing complementary medicine in Lima, Peru, has been using Maca in his practice for more than ten years. Dr. Malaspina first found out about Maca through a group of sexually active older men who were taking the herb with good results. "One of these individuals in our group started taking Maca and found he was able to perform satisfactorily in a sexual relationship with a lady friend". Soon everyone in the group began drinking the powdered Maca as a beverage and enjoying the boost that the root was giving their hormonal functions. I have several of these men as patients, and their improvement prompted me to find out more about Maca and begin recommending it to my other patients on a regular basis."

Dr. Malaspina also frequently prescribes Maca to women experiencing premenstrual discomfort or menopausal symptoms. "There are different medicinal plants that work on the ovaries by stimulating them," he says. "With Maca though, we should say that it regulates the ovarian function." Dr. Malaspina further notes that "Maca regulates the organs of internal secretion, such as the pituitary, the adrenal glands, and the pancreas. I have had perhaps two hundred female patients whose Perimenopause and menopausal symptoms have been  alleviated by taking Maca."

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