A full spectrum extract of the mushroom that includes all stages of growth, and a DNA profile matching that of wild cordyceps. Adaptogenic, considered a superior tonic, providing endurance and a sense of well-being, with unique immune and stamina enhancing factors.
It is anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, cholesterol reducing, non-candida forming, containing complex carbohydrates and B vitamins. It helps regulate fluid metabolism and modulate the immune system.
Cordyceps mushrooms offer a variety of health benefits…
- Increased libido, testosterone and sperm count
- Increased stamina and athletic performance
- Immune system support
- Anti-inflammatory and anti-depressant effect
- Metabolism support with insulin resistance
- Reduces cholesterol
- Heart and cardiovascular support
- Supports healthy aging and memory
The active ingredients in Cordyceps mushrooms is Cordycepin.
Cordyceps mushrooms are naturally found in the Mountains of Tibet, usually found starting at about 14,500 feet and ranging up to 21,000 feet high. It grows in the alpine meadows of the Himalayas and other high mountain ranges of China and Nepal.
Known in China for at least 1,000 years, the cordyceps mushroom is recognized as a national medicinal treasure, a precious and virtually sacred tonic. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is touted to be anti-aging and pro-vitality (source).
The ancient Chinese knewthe cordyceps mushroom helped libido and general sexual dysfunction, but they just didn’t know how exactly. It has now been shown in a handful of animal studies to boost T levels by stimulating the body’s natural T factory, the Leydig cells, in the testicles.
The most expensive herbal raw material in the world, its high elevation making its collection difficult, the resulting scarcity prevented it from being used widely by the public.
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