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I chose to try this product because i felt like I was jumping out of my skin with pms plus dealing with painful swelling of breasts. Two weeks of taking it daily, I feel calmer and more settled, less pain. Happy to make this drink a daily ritual

Thanks for the review Kate and it's great to hear the product is working really well for you :)

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It was great to be able to try a few different products to find the ones I did/didn’t like

Thanks for the review Alison, glad you found some products you like! :)

I can function again!

Latte Liberate has provided my body with the balance it requires to operate in a fairly normal state whilst going through the inevitable change that women have to endure later in life. Highly recommend it!

Thanks Julie for the feedback and review. Such wonderful news to hear :)

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Love the flavours of both Latte Halo and Liberate. I have found myself a lot happier at work during the day (lost my mojo for a while), also I have been sleeping a lot better which was a constant issue for me. The blends are working well for me. I will continue to purchase your products. Thank you Kulture

Thanks for leaving a review Terri. So happy to hear your results and that you've got your mojo back :)

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I didn't really like the cinnamon taste & it feels very scratchy irritating in the throat & to swallow.
Not sure about it's effects on countering hot flushes yet as have only had two cups so far.

Thanks for the feedback Sharon. If you're drinking the product with cold milk, best to put it in a shaker to mix the contents thoroughly and of course make sure you have enough milk to blend it properly and not be too thick. Depending on the severity of your hot flushes it could take from a week through to 3 weeks for the product to start to work.

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

Maca, also known as Peruvian Ginseng, is part of the well lovedBrassicaceaefamily. Among its relatives are the nutritional powerhouses: mustard, broccoli, kale, and cabbage. It is an edible herbaceous plant that is indigenous to South America in the high Andes mountains of Peru. The most economically important part of this plant is its roots that is composed of an enlarged hypocotyl fused to a taproot which is used for cooking or as an aid in traditional medicine. Although it can be cooked as a root vegetable, it is mostly dried and used as a powder of processed further: gelatinised or made into an extract. 

Rich in nutrients

Studies around Maca are still in their early stages. However, many people attest to the many benefits gained from taking Maca root. That is because Maca is extremely nutritious. An ounce of it contains only 91 calories but has 20g of carbs, 4g of protein, 2g of fibre, 133% of the RDI of Vit. C, 85% of the RDI of copper, 23% of the RDI of iron, 16% of the RDI of potassium, 15% of the RDI of Vit. B6, and 10% of the RDI of manganese. It has a lot of bio-active plant compounds, contains all eight amino acids, and is an excellent source of phytonutrients. 

Popular with athletes

Maca is a good source of carbs and it is an excellent source of energy. It is even known to boost energy and performance. It is actually a very popular supplement among athletes and bodybuilders. There’s a randomised crossover study done at Northumbria University to investigate the effect of 14 days Maca supplementation on endurance performance and sexual desire in trained male cyclists. It is said to improve their endurance in a 40-kilometer time trial and also improved their self rated sexual desire score. 

Provides a boost in energy

People take Maca to boost endurance. Maca fans everywhere swear by Maca’s ability to provide a steady and balanced shot of energy without the sudden and dreadful crash that comes from crabs, sugar, or caffeine. Researchers don’t know exactly how Maca delivers this energy boost but it might as well have something to do with Maca being an adaptogenic plant.


You might have already heard the word adaptogenic a couple of times on this blog. That’s because we’re really big fans of adaptogenic plants. After all, adaptogens are herbs and roots or other plant parts that help the body handle stress, help improve your mood, and help you resist all kinds of stressors. 

Maca helps you handle stress

How Maca helps provide energy is by doing to the adrenal glands what exercise does for the muscles. Here’s a simple analogy: exercise puts stress on the body, but as you exercise, you continuously train your muscles to deal with the stress of exercise and so you no longer get tired after a while. Similar to exercise, Maca helps you efficiently handle stress to ensure that your body fires at optimum performance and doesn’t tire out easily and thus, gives you sustained energy over time.


Vanilla Happy & Green Goddess both contain Maca for energy






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