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Just 1-2 teaspoons per day of our organic Cordyceps mushroom powder in a health drink, smoothie, or mixed with yogurt will invigorate and provide a wealth of health benefits. The Cordyceps mushroom (Cordyceps sinensis) is one of the most valued medicinal fungi in all of Classical Chinese Medicine. Once reserved exclusively for emperors, this versatile mushroom is now the tonic of choice among world-class competitive athletes.
Cordyceps attracted public attention when a group of Chinese runners, who reported using Cordyceps extract to enhance endurance and recovery, broke nine world records in the World Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Germany. Modern clinical applications and research closely mirror those uses described in Classical Chinese Medicine.
Cordyceps is unique among the medicinal mushrooms in growing on an insect host rather than a plant host. To date over 700 species of Cordyceps have been identified worldwide. In most cases they grow parasitically on their insect hosts. However, it appears likely that in some cases a symbiotic relationship exists whereby the insect host derives a selective advantage from the fungal anamorph (the fungus growing in a single cell form), giving them a competitive advantage, especially in marginal environments where energy efficiency is at a premium, such as the high Tibetan plateau above 3,000m where the main species used traditionally, Cordyceps sinensis, occurs naturally
Cordyceps is sweet and acrid in taste and warm in nature, acting through the lung and kidney channels. Cordyceps invigorates the kidneys and supports healthy lung function. Cordyceps is also used to replenish the bone marrow and increase blood production, and is used in cases of fatigue, sexual impotence and night sweats.
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