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  • Easy to take capsules

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    I've always used maca powder before, which limits my intake, especially when travelling. These veggie capsules make it easy to swallow and the gelatinised (not containing gelatine!) version means I'm getting all the nutrients in a condensed form.

    Claire

    15/05/18

  • Great product

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    Have been taking maca for 3 weeks to help sort out my endocrine system. It seems to be helping with some weight loss, increased energy and generally feeling better. I am taking 3 capsules in the morning

    Emma

    14/05/18

  • Close to life changing.

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    Having hit menopause without too many horror stories to tell I was beginning to think I’d escaped almost scot free. That’s about when sex began to get painful, eventually to the point I was extremely reluctant to engage in any affection that might lead to it. I’d decided I was quite happy to give up sex for life if I was never going to experience pain free sex again. Of course I also realised that wasn’t particularly fair on my partner so began researching ways to alleviate vaginal dryness and painful sex. After a trying couple of satisfactory products but still looking for something better I read the reviews for Bonk Lube and decided to get some. It was close to transformational, sex like sex used to be when my body naturally produced a lubricant. Definitely the best, most natural product we’ve tried and I must say we are BOTH very satisfied with this product.

    Lindyblu

    17/04/18

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