Tibetan Cordyceps (105-122pcs/Tael)
6 Benefits of Cordyceps, All Backed by Science
- May Boost Exercise Performance. ...
- Anti-Aging Properties. ...
- Potential Anti-Tumor Effects. ...
- May Help Manage Type 2 Diabetes. ...
- Possible Benefits for Heart Health. ...
- May Help Fight Inflammation.
Cordyceps is used to treat coughs, chronic bronchitis, respiratory disorders, kidney disorders, nighttime urination, male sexual problems, anemia, irregular heartbeat, high cholesterol, liver disorders, dizziness, weakness, ringing in the ears, unwanted weight loss, and opium addiction.
Increased symptoms of autoimmune diseases.
Slow blood clotting (increased risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders) (rxlist.com)
When winter comes, the Cordyceps fungus attacks the caterpillars which live in the high mountain region of China. The mycelium invades and replaces the host and becomes an herb in summer. Cordyceps are very sensitive to the optimal temperature and humidity, and it can't be cultivated in an artificial environment. The lower growth rate makes it very rare and expensive. The best cordyceps are grown in Tibet, Sichuan, and Qinghai in China.
Cordyceps has a very long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine for strengthening the immune system, improving athletic performance, reducing the effects of aging, promoting longer life, and improving liver function.
Note: This statement has not been evaluated by FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure and prevent any disease.
(Contains : (105 - 122 pcs)
“Traditional Chinese Medicine has used cordyceps for centuries to treat fatigue, sickness, kidney disease and low sex drive” (healthline.com)
From the manufacturer:
The main active ingredient of Cordyceps sinensis is cordycepin, which has many functions such as regulating immune system function, anti-tumor, anti-fatigue, nourishing lung and kidney, stopping bleeding and resolving phlegm, enhancing essence and nourishing qi. Edible methods include powder, soaking in wine, and soaking in water.
Cordyceps is mainly produced in the alpine regions and snow-capped grasslands of Qinghai, Tibet, Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu, Guizhou and other provinces and autonomous regions in mainland China. Cordyceps sinensis is warm in nature and sweet in taste. It has the effects of replenishing deficiency and loss, replenishing vital energy, relieving cough and reducing phlegm, anti-cancer and anti-aging, as well as anti-bacterial, anti-asthmatic, strengthening heart, and lowering blood pressure. Stewed spareribs with cordyceps can treat osteoporosis. Folks often use Cordyceps stewed fish or chickens and ducks to treat yang deficiency and weakness and post-illness.