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Maca

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Also indexed as: Black Maca, Lepidium meyenii, Lepidium peruvianum
Maca: Main Image© Chris Kilham
Common names:
Black Maca
Botanical names:
Lepidium meyenii, Lepidium peruvianum

Side Effects

Glucosinolates can cause goiter (swollen thyroid gland with decreased activity) if taken in excess combined with a low-iodine diet. Though this is documented to occur with other glucosinolate-rich foods, it is not known if maca causes goiter.

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