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Maca Masterclass - using maca to treat chronic conditions

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Raglan Old School Arts Centre

5 Stewart Street

Raglan, Waikato 3225

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RAGLAN - DO YOU WANT TO MASTER THE USE OF MACA AS A THERAPY? WANT TO KNOW WHY MACA IS SUPERIOR TO CANNABIS FOR CHRONIC CONDITIONS?

There are 15 different combinations of Maca possible to use for different conditions, including 5 preparations and 3 colours of the roots. In this advanced class we will take you through the traditional methods of matching your maca to your symptoms, in-line with shamanic practices. We will also be linking science to tradition explaining the bio-chemical pathways behind its modes of action. Comparing maca to cannabis for medicinal use. We will discuss the frequently asked questions regarding the use of maca in cancer (including breast cancer), thyroid dysfunction, PCOS, heart disease, diabetes and more. Finally we will be presenting case studies of various patients treated with maca for a range of conditions and clinical outcomes. (chronic fatigue, menopause/PMS, mental health and anxiety).

Come and learn about maca with Dr Corin Storkey and Sally Huapaya - a young New Zealand and Peruvian couple who are founders and directors of Seleno Health. They live an work part- time in Peru with their maca farmer and community and run a volunteer program that brings kiwis to Peru to experience life in a remote Andean community. Their maca research program studies the bioactive chemicals in maca and recent findings have begun to unlock the secrets behind it's mode of action. To hear more about the medicinal properties, how to prepare and use maca and the realities for the farmers and communities who grow it book you spot today.

Topics Discussed:
• Farm to Table maca – from the soil to your plate
• Macamides and the endocannabinoid system
• Maca vs cannabis
• The biochemistry of maca – relating the tradition with the scientific research
• Nitric oxide, pain and the para-sympathetic response
• Traditional maca use for different conditions
• The different colours of maca - yellow, red and black
• Symptoms and choosing the right maca
• Clinical paper analysis for FAQs
• Case studies
• Using maca with your patients

PRE-SALES $5 *
DOOR SALES $10 *

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