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These products give you more than one benefit, both internal and external, since these products also help in the care of the skin and to have a healthy organism, such as reducing stress and fatigue; they help control blood sugar, in addition to rejuvenating and strengthening the immune system. All this gives us our Peruvian nature through the raw materials that can be harvested and produced in different parts of Peru.



The superfood mesquite belongs to the cultural and culinary heritage of Piura, in northern Peru. Its roots can reach down to aquifers, meaning it can dot the most arid landscapes of the north with its towering foliage of up to 65 feet tall. Sweet and highly nutritional, its botanical name is Prosopis pallida.



Maca is an herbaceous plant native to the Andes of Peru and Bolivia, where it is cultivated both for its nutritional qualities and for its reputation that its roots have properties that increase fertility and improve libido. The Andean maca closely resembles a radish in shape; however, it is slightly larger in size. The root is three to six centimeters wide and 4.7 centimeters long. It is cultivated at an altitude of 2700 to 4300 meters above sea level, and has been cultivated in the Peruvian Andes for almost 2,600 years.


Purple Corn

Purple corn is a healthy heritage for humanity; since it contains phenolic substances and anthocyanins, in addition to other phytochemicals very important for health. This corn is used since the pre-Inca period and has been represented in different ceramic objects of the Mochica culture that date back more than 2,500 years. In Peru, "chicha morada" and "mazamorra morada" prepared with this corn are very popular, recognized as very nutritious. There are different varieties of purple corn all derived from a more ancestral line called "Kculli" still grown in Peru, Bolivia and Argentina. In Mexico it is known as blue corn. Its color is due to anthocyanins, a water-soluble and natural pigment that is also found in cranberry, cherry, raspberry, purple cabbage and plums. Quinoa is also recognized for containing a high percentage of essential amino acids for human nutrition. After the conquest, growing amaranth was considered a sacrilege because it was linked to the deepest of pre-Columbian traditions. The crops and their use were forbidden. But despite that, some brave farmers saved it from extinction.



Represented by the Mochica culture po¢ers on their clay pots as the origin of life, this sweet Andean root is highly recommended for diabetic patients because it reduces the glucose in the blood. Now, the modern science has increase the value of this tuber due to its high content of insulin, dietary fiber that helps the organism to metabolize the glucose and diminish cholesterol rates.


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