Organic Cordyceps Sinensis extract: The Energy Mushroom

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Cordyceps is a natural energy booster. Creating endurance and boosting excerise performance is one of the many great benefits of this mushroom.

15:1 Extract and 30% Polysaccharides
Cordyceps sinensis inhibits tracheal contractions and allows for increased airflow to the lungs.
Helps support the libido, adrenals, energy, and stamina

Add 1/2 tsp of Cordyceps Sinensis to your preworkout, smoothie, or protein shake.

Servings per bag: 50
Net weight: 100 grams

$23.00
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Studies

What do the studies say about Cordyceps sinensis?*

  • Cordyceps and Endurance benefits on mice [15]
  • A 2010 study suggests that supplementation with Cs-4 (Cordyceps sinensis) improves exercise performance and might contribute to wellness in healthy older subjects. [24]
  • Cordyceps sinensis promotes exercise endurance capacity of rats by activating skeletal muscle metabolic regulators [17]
  • Cordyceps sinensis Cs-5 enhances sexual functions in normal and impotent models [18]
  • Cordyceps sinensis Cs-5 improves memory and learning abilities in a dysmnesia model [19]
  • Protective effects of Cordyceps sinensis and exercise training on septic shock [20]

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

Reviews

  • 5
    Seems to be really good. I put In coffee every morning.

    Posted by Retha Galland on Jun 17th 2024

    I take like 5 different kinds so not exactly sure which are working the best but I feel so mu h better. No aches and pains.

  • 5
    Cordyceps Sinensis

    Posted by Marilyn C. on May 31st 2024

    I began taking this product 90 + days ago to see if my lungs could be rehabbed after experiencing bronchitis and pneumonia. My lung capacity has improved to the point that I can now take yoga 5 x week, every week. I cannot prove this product is the answer. I can only say, I will continue taking it and enjoy greater lung capacity in yoga class without coughing!

  • 5
    Fantastic

    Posted by Traci on May 8th 2024

    This does give me energy that I needed

  • 5
    Awesome boost

    Posted by Randi on Apr 1st 2024

    I put this in my tea in the morning, and it wakes my body + mind up without caffeine. I'm loving the benefits of it being an energy boost, plus I think it's starting to help my libido a bit. It dissolves really well and it does have a mild taste that accentuates the earthy taste of my teas. I'm looking forward to long term usage!

  • 5
    Cordyceps Sinesis

    Posted by GailMJ on Feb 24th 2024

    This was the first purchase of Cordyceps Sinesis. I added it to my coffee with Pear Powder and Chai and noticed the extra energy right away. Now I use this product every morning.

What is Cordyceps Sinensis?
Cordyceps sinensis has been described as an ayurvedic medicine in old Chinese medical books and Tibetan medicine. It is a caterpillar fungus known for boosting energy and has been discovered at altitudes of 15,000 feet in the mountain tops of Tibet, Nepal, and India.

Also known as: Himalayan Viagra, Caterpillar Fungus, Caterpillar Mushroom, Cs-4, and Cordyceps sinensis

Why choose us?
USDA Organic Cordyceps Sinensis from 100% fruit bodies
Extracted to 30% Polysaccharides
Lab tested and certified
No added fillers, maltodextrin, or genetically altered ingredients
Grown on moths

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What are the benefits of Sinensis?

A study in China on mice demonstrated that Cordyceps Sinensis may improve the brain function, libido, and antioxidative enzyme activity in mice while promoting an antiaging effect. 2011 Chinese study on cordyceps

A study was conducted to test the effects on physical performance in 1998 led by S. Morrissey of Beijing Medical University Sports Research Institute. They found that athletes given cordyceps mushroom experienced improved lactate clearance. Researchers concluded that lactate clearance improved due to improved lactate energy metabolism within the cell and allowed athletes greater anaerobic physical performance.

A study stated in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology concluded Cordyceps sinensis enhancing aerobic capacity, reduced fatigue, and respiratory function in elderly volunteers after consuming 3 grams of cordyceps for 6+ weeks.

The history on Cordyceps

The history on Cordyceps

Traditional healers in India support the use Cordyceps sinensis for “all illnesses” as a tonic, because they claim that it improves energy, appetite, stamina, libido, endurance, and sleeping patterns.

Herders and farmers used cordyceps mushroom to increase milk production, and improve reproductive capacity and vitality of their cattle. Then they themselves consumed it and became convinced of its medicinal effects in enhancing vigor and vitality.

WHY WE USE FRUITING BODIES AND NOT MYCELIUM

WHY WE USE FRUITING BODIES AND NOT MYCELIUM

✓ Fruiting bodies do not contain fillers such as rice, oats, dirt, or grains.

✓ The fruiting body would be the top of the mushroom while the mycelium would be the roots.

✓ The fruiting body also contains higher concentrations of of vitamins, including vitamin C, Vitamin D, beta-carotene, and various B vitamins.

✓ Mycelium products contain very few nutritional compounds.

Mycelium products are not considered a mushroom by the FDA Considering mycelium products are grown for speed on oats and rice mycelium products can result in up to 65% starch.