• Is traditionally used to help the body build strength, endurance and stamina.
• Offers energizing support.
• Supports the upper respiratory tract and promotes optimal lung function.
• Supports male potency and female vitality.
• Supports the kidneys.
• Helps the body maintain proper blood viscocity.
• Has properties similar to those of ginseng.
Cordyceps is perhaps best known as the supplement that members of the Chinese women’s track and field team used in training before they broke several records in 1993 and 1994. Team members tested negative for using illegal substances, and their coach revealed that the athletes” diets were supplemented with a Chinese “caterpillar fungus.”
Fungi supplements – ike reishi and shiitake mushrooms – are growing in popularity in the U.S. Another important species, Cordyceps sinensis, is also gaining recognition.
Cordyceps has properties similar to those of ginseng and is traditionally used to help the body build strength and endurance. It also benefits the glandular system, aiding male potency and supporting females during and after menopause. In addition, cordyceps supports the kidneys, aids the upper respiratory tract and helps the body maintain proper blood viscosity.
Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis) – 530 mg per capsule
Take 2 – 3 capsules with a meal three times daily.
Cordyceps is safe for adults, but people using immune-suppressing drugs, anticoagulant drugs or bronchodilators should consult their health care practitioners before using this product. Pregnant or lactating women should avoid using this product.