Maca: the sacred Inca Medicine (We can also do a Cacao Ceremony)

Nicolas Perez Muto

Nicolas Perez Muto

Maca & Cacao: the sacred Inca Medicine

Maca the sacred Inca Medicine

 

For 2000 years the people of the remote mountain region of Junin in the Andes have consumed a sacred medicinal root vegetable called Maca for the management of stress and to promote vitality, balance and well-being. Boasting some of the happiest and healthiest people on the planet we share the secrets of their most prized medicinal plant and take you on a journey into it's origins, production, uses, science, traditions and healing properties. Hosted by Nicolas Perez Muto - a young Peruvian connected with the land and traditions. He has been living in Australia for a year and connecting the western world with his South American traditions. Nico will talk about the maca root and the recent findings of maca research done in Victoria University of Wellington by Corin Storkey, the founder of the project The Maca Experts. 



 

Learning objectives to understand:

 

• The sacred traditions of maca

 

• Farm to Table maca – from the soil to your plate

 

• How maca works in the brain - Macamides and cannabinoids

 

• The biochemistry of maca – relating the tradition with the scientific research

 

• Traditional medicinal maca use

 

• The different colours of maca - yellow, red and black

 

• Identifying your symptoms and choosing the right maca

 

• Connecting with the sacred spirit of maca


 

Duration: 1h hour, includes maca elixir 

Maca the sacred Inca Medicine

For 2000 years the people of the remote mountain region of Junin in the Andes have consumed a sacred medicinal root vegetable called Maca for the management of stress and to promote vitality, balance and well-being. Boasting some of the happiest and healthiest people on the planet we share the secrets of their most prized medicinal plant and take you on a journey into it's origins, production, uses, science, traditions and healing properties. Hosted by Nicolas Perez Muto - a young Peruvian connected with the land and traditions. He has been living in Australia for a year and connecting the western world with his South American traditions. Nico will talk about the maca root and the recent findings of maca research done in Victoria University of Wellington by Corin Storkey, the founder of the project The Maca Experts. 

Learning objectives to understand:

• The sacred traditions of maca

• Farm to Table maca – from the soil to your plate

• How maca works in the brain - Macamides and cannabinoids

• The biochemistry of maca – relating the tradition with the scientific research

• Traditional medicinal maca use

• The different colours of maca - yellow, red and black

• Identifying your symptoms and choosing the right maca

 

• Connecting with the sacred spirit of maca

Duration: 1h hour, includes maca elixir