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Cordyceps is a type of fungus that lives on certain caterpillars in high mountain regions of China. This mushrooms has been used to treat coughs, chronic bronchitis, respiratory disorders, kidney disorders, nighttime urination, male sexual problems, anemia, irregular heartbeat, high cholesterol, liver disorders, dizziness, weakness, ringing in the ears, unwanted weight loss, and opium addiction. Basically, this little mushroom can treat a number of medical problems. Dr. Georges Halpern, a physician at the University of Hong Kong discovered what is known about Cordyceps.
Cordyceps is considered in Asia to be a powerful athletes tonic. It has no steroidal constituents, but greatly improves performance and muscle building capability.
It is greatly treasured and has been used for thousands of years in China. Chinese herbalists classify it as an adaptogenic superior tonic herb. Cordyceps is legendary for its immune modulating and energy enhancing abilities. Its also a potent anti-inflammatory. Cordysceps is a cherished anti-aging agent and a rejuvenator, which is especially beneficial for the elderly. Folk and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) use Cordyceps to successfully treat a wide variety of health problems and only a small select group of herbs are considered (superior) tonic herbs in Chinese Medicines Materia Medica.
According to Ron Teeguarden, founder of Dragon Herbs, author, researcher practitioner of Asian health care since 1971 and a practicing herbalist since 1974:
For an herb to be recognized as a superior (tonic) herb, that …
Cordyceps is a strikingly unusual substance. It’s actually a fungus that grows on moth larvae, but most modern cordyceps is from mycelium grown in a controlled environment on a vegetable base, making the medicine much more accessible and economical. It is often used for chronic cough, and wheezing, and impotence from coldness and low metabolism.
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