Cordyceps is a fungus that lives on certain caterpillars in the high mountain regions of China. Supplement makers are able to get enough of the product to sell because cordyceps will reproduce in the laboratory.
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Cordyceps extract is made from the Cordyceps sinensis which was used as an exotic medicinal mushroom in traditional Chinese and Tibetan medicine for thousands of years. Cordyceps extract contains a significantly higher concentration of nutritional elements, such as vitamins, amino acids, minerals, essential fatty acids, enzymes, polysaccharides and other active chemical elements.
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In TCM , Cordyceps sinensis is a valuable tonic that be helpful in restoring normal function of the body, stimulating immune system, increasing energy, vitality, and longevity. Recent research has shown that cordyceps are very helpful in improving sport performance and muscle-building capability,what’s more, Cordyceps sinensis has been always devoted to considerable attention for its unique skin effect.
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The kidneys play an important regulatory rolefor people. They maintain the salt and water balance and also maintain blood pressure, regulate electrolytes and they are blood purifiers which filter the impurities in blood and excret them through urine...But there are diseases many affecting these organs,such as renal fibrosis, nephropathy, nephritis and renal failure.
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A healthy immune system is important for overall health and fighting off viral infections and colds. A great balanced diet and more exercises are the good ways to keep a good immune system ,but natural remedies can also help boost one’s immune system. Rather than using an artificial medication that could have side effects, there are a few great natural immune system boost supplements out there to try. One of them is the fungi Cordyceps.
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Cordyceps sinensis is an insect parasitizing fungus of the ascomycetes family closelyrelated to the mushroom. Actually it’s not a mushroom taxonomically, it hasbeen used as an exotic medicinal mushroom in traditional Chinese and Tibetanmedicine for thousands of years. The name cordyceps comes from Latin wordsmeaning club and head, the mushroom grows from the caterpillar and fills thecarcass with mushroom fiber.
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Cordyceps sinensis (Berk.) Sacc., belonging to the family Clavicipitacea, is a naturallygrowing bio-material popular as a herbal medicine in Nepal and highly valued inTraditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and traditional medicinal practices...
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Cordyceps sinensis is a fungus which is found in mountainous regions of Nepal, Tibet and China. The precious Chinese caterpillar fungus is a Traditional Chinese Medicine, contains nucleotides, polysaccharides, sterols, amino acids and other active ingredients, these include, proteins, vitamins and minerals,adenine, adenosine, cholesteryl palmitate, D-mannitol (also called cordycepic acid), ergosterol peroxide, guanidine, hypoxanthicine nucleoside, thymine, thymidine, uracil, uridine, 3''-deoxyadenosine.
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There are over 680 documented species of the sac fungus genus cordyceps,and one of the best known of these is cordyceps sinensis ,cordyceps sinensis is known in the West as a medicinal mushroom, and its use has a long history in Traditional Chinese medicine as well as Traditional Tibetan medicine. The fungus germinates in living organisms (in some cases larvae), kills and mummifies the insect, and then the fungus grows from the body of the insect.
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