In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) cordyceps sinensis is considered one of the most important medicinal herbs available today.
The miraculous adaptogen known as cordyceps sinensis is a mushroom-like fungus that thrives in the cold grassy Himalayan Mountains at about 12,000 feet above sea level. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) cordyceps sinensis is considered one of the most important medicinal herbs available today.
The Health Benefits of Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis
- Increase Energy, Endurance, and Stamina
- Increase Oxygen Capacity
- Battle Weakness and Fatigue
- Boost Lung Function and Capacity
- Boost the Immune System
- Improve Sexual Function
Included in Alternative Medicine Magazine’s List of The Top Five Natural Energy Boosters, cordyceps sinensis is very popular with athletes. Scientific studies also indicate that cordyceps may help with heart, liver, and kidney function. Read more details about Cordyceps Sinensis Health Benefits.
Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis – The Adaptogen Herb
Cordyceps sinensis is an adaptogen herb which means that it helps to build resistance to all areas of bodily stress such as extreme heat or cold, toxic chemicals, sleep deprivation, and depression, while producing a normalizing influence on the body. In simpler terms, an adaptogen is able to adapt to what the body needs and keep the body in balance. If an herb helped with physical exhaustion, but did nothing to protect against viruses, it would not be an adaptogen. All adaptogen herbs are safe and non-toxic with few, if any, side effects.
The History of Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis
About 1,500 years ago, yak herders in the Himalayas noticed that when their yaks grazed on certain capless mushrooms, they became much more energetic and playful. Upon investigation, the herders discovered the yaks had been eating cordyceps. The first written record of cordyceps was found during the Tang Dynasty around AD 620. At that time, Cordyceps became prized by the ruling emperors of China for its healing properties. The Western World had to wait until the 18th century when a Jesuit priest named Jean Baptiste du Halde was introduced to cordyceps while visiting the Chinese Emperor. In 1757, cordyceps made its first appearance in the medical textbook called New Compilation of Materia Medica.
Cultivating Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis
Fascinated by all the health benefits of cordyceps, experts have worked tirelessly to cultivate cordyceps sinensis in far less remote landscapes than high atop the Himalayas. Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis is grown by specialists who have spent years recreating ideal growing conditions, right here in the USA.
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Perfect Cordyceps Sinensis is grown by specialists who have spent years recreating ideal growing conditions, right here in the USA.