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MACA MASTER EQUINE* ULTIMATE ORGANIC GLAND, JOINT, STRESS & COGNTIVE REGULATOR* ADAPTOGEN BLEND* (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)

Does your horse require an antioxidant and nutritional boost for endocrine, glandular, neurological, bone, tissue, cardiovascular and uri-genital tract support?

MACA MASTER brings the ultimate combined adaptogen content of all 3 Organic Maca varietals, including yellow, red and black maca, for superior potential Cognitive, Gland (Hypothalamic, Pituitary and Adrenal), Joint, Hormone & Vitality Support* throughout equine body systems.

When all 3 varietals of Maca are combined, they may offer comprehensive, full spectrum, bio-available glandular and hormonal support as well as potential protective actions for bone density and reproductive function. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical .

MACA MASTER contains the maca root, which has has been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a super food and a well-studied first class adaptogenic herb, due to its amazing array of over 55 healthy plant chemicals and one of the highest nutritional profiles of any plant based protein on earth!

MACA MASTER contains an impressive array of potential supportive organic whole foods and antioxidants, plus all essential and non-essential amino acids, first class adaptogens and plant botanicals, alkaloids, 20 free fatty acids (linoleic and oleic acid), lysophosphatidic acids (LPA), digestive enzymes, isothiocyanates, bio-available protein, glucosinolates, minerals (critical macro and micro minerals), including iron, magnesium, calcium, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, saponins, tannins; a variety of sterols (including sitosterol, campestrol, ergosterol, brassicasterol and ergostadienol) plus vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D3 and vitamin E, FOS Fructooligosaccharides and critical nutrients like taurine and tryptophan, often missing in the canine diet, plus much more!

Yellow maca, the most common form of maca, has been studied for its primary effects to help assist in promoting hormonal balance; to help manage stress; to help promote overall wellness and natural energy, stamina and vitality; to help increase mental focus, clarity and cognitive function; to help balance blood glucose levels and helping balance reproductive function; to help build muscle; for its high nutritional levels.

Red maca, the rarest form of maca, has been studied for its primary effects to help assist in protecting bone structure and bone density; to help boost energy and vitality naturally; to help balance hormones, especially its protective role for the endocrine system related to thyroid and helping promote a healthy prostate and healthy prostate function. May have some therapeutic benefits related to conditional needs of acne, fertility, thyroid function, libido and fertility.

Black maca has been studied for its primary effects to help assist in elevating sperm mobility, sperm volume and to help balance reproductive function in both males and females; to help support endocrine function, particularly in helping counteract adrenal fatigue and adrenal alarm; may help improve bone strength and bone density; may help promote memory, concentration, mental clarity, the ability to focus and cognitive health and may help reduce anxiety and depression.

When combined, these nutrients may synergistically help build resistance to metabolic, oxidative, physiological, biochemical, physical, emotional, environmental, immune, Central Nervous and neurological stress and imbalance in your pet's body systems.

Used holistically for its natural plant chemical content to help nourish your pet's endocrine system, responsible for the production and maintenance of hormones charged with supporting every body system, including cells, tissues and organs.

MACA MASTER is used holistically to help deliver vital nutrition to organs which are charged with supporting endocrine support, specifically thyroid and hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal (HPA) function; to help nutritionally balance adrenal function when imbalance is present due to its adaptogenic plant actions; may help nutritionally nourish and help regenerate stresssed or under performing glandular function; may help restore proper metabolic function, which is essential to all body systems and may help limit diseases caused by metabolic dysfunction such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular, Cushing's and Addison's disease due to its high antioxidant, free radical fighting, nutritional and adaptogen plant actions and plant profile.

Maca has a history of use for animals for over 3,000 years and has been widely researched for its nutritional and potential health benefits for dogs, cats and horses.

Journal of Veterinarian Medicine & PetFoodIndustry recognizes maca as functional food for dogs and cats

MACA MASTER is used holistically for its natural plant chemical content that may help improve your pet's resistance to metabolic, oxidative, physiological, biochemical, physical, emotional, environmental, immune, central nervous and neurological stress and dysfunction, due in part, to its alkaloid and amino and fatty acid content which may help nutritionally support the endocrine system.

Maca has also been qualified as a functional super food due to its nutritive content which may help nourish all body systems, including endocrine, nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, reproductive, circulatory and excretory systems and may encourage body system balance as well as may be an important antioxidant disease preventative for your pet.

Maca has been studied for its adaptogen content and ability to help stimulate, nourish and rebuild glandular tissue, including the hypothalamus and pituitary glands, which are the master glands in the animal body. The hypothalamus and pituitary glands help regulate all other glands in the body, including producing and maintaining hormones, which are required for every body system to operate properly. This process becomes more critical in cases of metabolic disorders such as Cushing's disease, Addison's disease and diabetes. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)

An adaptogen is a highly specialized plant that is naturally code with a read, repair and restore function. The maca plant works intrinsically and synergistically to help read and repair glandular, metabolic and oxidative dysfunction, but may also nutritionally help restore balance in the animal body. Reducing metabolic stress in our dogs and cats is important because it disrupts nutrient assimilation, undermines immunity and opens up susceptibility to metabolic diseases, including diabetes, Cushing's, Addison's and other metabolic conditions.

MACA MASTER may help nutritionally support healthy hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal (HPA) function, helping to support the gland's ability to rebuild and regenerate, and may help promote healthy adrenal, parotid, pituitary, pineal and thyroid gland function when dysfunction is present. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)

MACA MASTER is used by holistic veterinarians in the traditional treatment of Cushing’s disease (also called hyperadrenocorticism) and Addison’s disease (also called chronic adrenal insufficiency, hypocortisolism & hypoadrenalism) due to its adaptogenic plant chemistry to support and repair irregularities in glandular function and may also help manage symptoms of thirst and urination, rash, scabs, flaking skin, hair loss and panting.

MACA MASTER may help encourage strong skin and healthy coat and may help counteract coat loss common to Cushing's and Addison's; may help support electrolyte balance and reduce infection susceptibility, which are common with Cushing's and Addison's disease; and may help to improve pancreatic function, reduce insulin fluctuation and hypoglycemia, which is critically important in cases of diabetes.

MACA MASTER may help stimulate the hypothalamus and thyroid, useful in cases of hypothyroidism, fatigue or when energy and vitality are lacking, while also functioning as a mild yet balanced Central Nervous System stimulant.

Maca has a history of use for animals for over 2,000 years and has been widely researched for its nutritional and potential health benefits for dogs, cats and horses.

Maca is bio-available water and fat soluable, meaning you cook, bake, serve it raw or sprinkle on your pet's diet and it can be fully assimilated. It's also safe for all life stage animals, including puppies, kittens to adult and senior dogs and cats. Another important nutritional component is that it may help support electrolyte balance, a critical need for immuno-compromised, convalescing or at-risk dogs and cats.

Maca may be useful for breeding situations as it may help to regulate the testes; may increase testosterone levels, may balance hormone levels to help promote healthy reproductive function, producing stronger, healthier litters in dogs and cats.

Secondary natural plant benefits include holistic use to help address and may alleviate symptoms related to arthritis, osteoporosis, rheumatism & Degenerative Joint Disease due to its alkaloid calcium content; may be used for tooth aches; hay fever; epilepsy; and as an antibacterial and antiviral for Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori) & E. coli.

Emerging research on the role of the endogenous Endocannabinoid System (ECS) found within humans and animals, and its potential health impact, has expanded dramatically. Recently PubMed published articles linking compounds found in the Maca root with the ability to activate the Endocannabinoid System.

Maca contains natural plant compounds called N-alkylamides (NAAs) as well as macamides, that can signal and activate the Endocannabinoid System, long thought only possible by using the hemp plants.

Strongly anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-cholesterolemic. *

Average nutritional content of Maca:

Maca is a robust, nutrient-dense super food, with a rich in bio-available protein, amino acids, phytonutrients, fatty acids, vitamin and mineral panel.

59% Carbohydrates – Maca is rich in quality carbs, which, when combined with its alkaloid, amino acids base and other nutrients, make it a great choice for sustained energy.

10.2% Protein – Maca is loaded with bio-available plant protein that is easy for the body to assimilate.

8.5% fiber – Maca contains high levels of cellulose and lignan, both which stimulate intestinal function and help provide critical support to the digestive and elimination systems.

Essential Amino Acids: Maca contains one of the highest concentrations of essential amino acids, which help regulate various cellular functions in the body including endocrine and reproductive function.

Aspartic Acid – 97 mg/1 g protein

Arginine -99 mg / 1 g protein

Glutamic – 156 mg/1 g protein

Serine – 50 mg/1 g protein

Histidine – 41 mg/1 g protein

Glycine – 68 mg/1 g protein

Threonine – 33 mg/1 g protein

Alanine – 63 mg/1 g protein

Tyrosine – 31 mg/1 g protein

Phenylalanine – 55 mg/1 g protein

Valine – 79 mg/1 g protein

Methionine- 28 mg/1 g protein

Isoleucine – 47 mg/1 g protein

Leucine – 91 mg/1 g protein

Lysine – 55 mg/1 g protein

HO-Proline- 26 mg/1 g protein

Tryptophan – 5 mg /1 g protein

Proline – .5 mg /1 g protein

Sarcosine – .7 mg /1 g protein

Free Fatty Acids: Maca contains 20 free fatty acids, which help support proper cellular function. Maca is approximately 40% saturated acids and 55% non-saturated aids. The most abundant fatty acids adding to Maca’s nutritional value are linolenic acid, palmitic acid, oleic acid and steric acid.

C12-0 -lauric – 0.8%

C13-1-7 trideconoic – 0.3%

C13-0 tridecoanoic – 0.1%

C14-0 myrstic – 1.4%

C15-1-7 pentadecanoic – 0.5%

C16-1-9 palmtoleic – 2.7%

C16-0 palmitic – 23.8%

C17-1-9 heptadecenoic – 1.5%

C17-0 heptadecanoic – 1.8%

C18-2-9-12 linoleic – 32.6%

C18-1-9 oleic – 11.1%

C18-0 steric – 6.7%

C19-1-11 nonadecenoic – 1.3%

C19-0 – nonadecanoic – 0.4%

C20-1-15 eisosenoic – 2.3%

C22-0 behanic 2.0

C24-1-15 nervonic – 0.4%

C-24-0 lignocenic – 0.4%

Vitamins: Maca contains a variety of essential vitamins, which support a number of animal body systems and processes.

Thamin (B1) – 1mg/100g – B1 helps convert carbohydrates into energy and is important in supporting proper heart, muscle and nervous system function.

Riboflavin (B2) - .76mg/100g – B2 is important for body growth and red blood cell production.

Ascorbic Acid (C) - – 3mg/100g – C helps provide antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity.

Niacin 35mg/100g – Niacin helps support healthy circulation.

Maca also contains a diverse variety of essential macro and micro minerals, which are often lacking in most commercial diets, including “fortified” diets that contain synthesized vitamins which are not boi-available and in biological form.

Macro Minerals – Maca contains a vast array of critical macro minerals, including:

Calcium – 450mg/100g – Maca contains one of the highest levels of plant based calcium, which is crucial to bone development and health over your pet’s lifetime, as well as helps support nerve and circulatory system health.

Phosphorus - 220mg/100g – Phosphorus is important for the hemostasis of calcium as well as for transmitting electrical stimuli for brain and muscle action.

Magnesium – 104mg/100g – Magnesium is essential for the synthesis of protein and is crucial for heart, muscle and nerve activity and health.

Potassium – 1500mg/100g – Potassium works within the cells to help maintain healthy osmosis.

Sodium 25mg/100g – Helps support electrolyte balance and healthy circulation.

Micro Minerals – Maca contains a vast array of critical micro minerals, including:

Copper – 5mg/100g – Supports enzyme health, critical to proper digestion.

Zinc – 12mg/100g – Critical for cognitive support.

Manganese – 8mg/100g – Critical for growth and maintenance.

Iron – 25mg/100g – Critical for the production of hemoglobin and support muscle health and growth. Selenium – 20mg/100g – Antioxidant which helps protects cells against free radical damage.

Boron – 5mg/100g – Critical to metabolism and lifetime metabolic function.

Other Secondary Metabolites: Maca contains a diverse number of primary and secondary metabolites critical to whole body function.

Sterols May help regulate cholesterol in the blood and lower bad cholesterol as needed.

Brassicasterol – 9.1%

Ergosterol – 13.6%

Campesterol – 27.3%

Ergostadienol – 4.5%

Sitoserol – 46.5%

Glucosinolates Maca contains a variety of aromatic glucosinolates which may be important in protecting tissue health and may contain anticancer properties.

Benzyl glucosinolate

p-methoxybenzyl glucosinolate


benzyl isothiocyanate

Macaenes and macamides – Maca contains a set of polyunsaturated acids and their amides are absolutely unique to its plant profile

Macaina 1, 2, 3, 4

Recommended use

ALS, Adult, Senior, Puppy, Kitten; for sudden stress or ongoing stress (internal or external), for signs of fatigue & reduced stamina, glucose intolerance, inflammatory response & inadequate immune system function, for clinical signs associated with adrenal stress as indicated by alkaline phosphatase, ACTH stimulation test, low-dose dexamethasone suppression test, and/or high-dose dexamethasone suppression test.


Organic Lepidium meyenii walp/ (L. peruvianum (Maca) yellow, red and black maca varieties

Our powders meet and exceed all requirements of European Pharmacopoeia (EP), and the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP).

Maca is not an MAO inhibitor. Maca is considered safe and gentle for long term use.


None reported.

Drug Interactions

Maca may increase the risk of bleeding when taken with drugs that increase the risk of bleeding, including: aspirin, anticoagulants ("blood thinners") such as warfarin (Coumadin®) or heparin, anti-platelet drugs such as clopidogrel (Plavix®), and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen (Rimadyl, Tramadol, Motrin®, Advil®) or naproxen (Naprosyn®, Aleve®). Maca may act as a stimulant and cause hypertension (high blood pressure). Possibly cautioned for pets taking medication for high blood pressure, or other stimulant medications. Consult with your vet before combining therapies.


Do not administer if your pet is pregnant or lactating and do not exceed dosage. Cautioned for hypertensive or postoperative situations.


Add to raw, home prepared, dehydrated, baked, hybrid or dry kibble diets as needed.

Please check our The Petz Kitchen videos for helpful Maca recipes for your pets.
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