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Oregon’s Wild Harvest Maca Review
Our Ratings and Key Information
Organic raw Maca root (Lepidium meyenii Walp.), Non-GMO bovine gelatin capsules and nothing else.
If you are after a plant based maca supplement, this will not do the job.
However, if you don’t mind, non-gmo bovine gelatin capsules are not bad.
1,500 mg or 3,000 mg seems to be the sweet spot for maca dosage. This supplement just falls short of that range with it’s recommend serving size.
If you happen to come across this brand for a good price it wouldn’t hurt to pick some up if you’re interested in trying maca as a beginner.
Like we said earlier, the bovine capsules are a limiting factor when it comes to ‘overall quality’ for us.
Besides that Oregon’s Wild Harvest Maca is a pretty standard maca product. It falls into that category of just okay.
|Serving Size||2 Capsules|