Cordyceps (Cordyceps) are a genus of marsupials mushrooms known to mankind since before the year 5000 was called Cordyceps "divine gift" and for centuries were accessible only to emperors of China (during the Qing dynasty), who knew that no other plant which have such power. This mushroom can be found at an altitude above 4000-6000 m in wet forests of Tibet, where temperatures are low, and oxygen highly diluted.
All types of Cordyceps (over 300 known species) are parasites mainly on insects, arthropods and tryufelopodobni mushrooms, the most famous of which is Cordyceps sinensis-caterpillar vegetable. A significant number of them can be found in Japan, Korea and Thailand.
Chinese folk medicine for centuries knows the positive impact of this fungus on the human body. More than a thousand years Cordyceps subsessilis is the most popular tonic in China, and today it became the subject of numerous studies in different laboratories demonstrating its qualities.
The composition of Cordyceps can be found 77 micro-and macroelements, 80 yeasts, many essential amino acids and unsaturated fatty acids, polysaccharides, beta-carotene (provitamin A), vitamin E and C, zinc and selenium. Furthermore, it is a source of substances with proven pharmacological properties (eg korditsepin) and anamorfat of Cordyceps subsessilis is a source of cyclosporine, which acts as an immunosuppressant - suppresses the immune system in transplantation of human organs.
Increases endurance and significantly increases the body's vital capacity.
Highly effective means of immunological regulation, a strong immunomodulator.
Increases physical strength and endurance of patients suffering from diseases of the respiratory and circulatory system released. Has a particularly beneficial effect on patients with cardiovascular disease by improving blood flow.
A powerful antioxidant that regulates the level of free radicals in the body.
Uvlichava ATP levels
Activates the production of the main elements of the blood - erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets.
There is a pronounced anti-inflammatory properties, reduces pain and reduces fever.
Acts as a natural antibiotic. It turns bacteriological impact on some pathogenic microorganisms.
Improves function of liver, kidney, lungs and helps purify the body by various toxins, including waste of medicines.
It turns anticancer effects improves the affected organ.
Favorably affect the state of stress and depression.
Strong aphrodisiac, increasing sexual stamina in both sexes.
Scientists prove that the positive influence of this fungus on the respiratory and cardiovascular system is the main reason for increasing the skills and endurance in athletes.
Cordyceps obtained worldwide popularity in 1993 in Germany, where a group of Chinese runners improve nine world records at the World Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Their coaches are convinced that this success is due precisely tonic extract of Cordyceps. And for years athletes from Chinese Olympic teams take sponge for faster recovery from training loads and to increase success in competitions. Due to the ability of this fungus to increase energy production in cells, to optimize the use of oxygen as a potential increase in that time the antioxidants in the body and reduces cholesterol. Specialists recommend Cordyceps be taken 1 to 3 capsules per day, morning and night by persons over 18 years of age. For pregnant and breastfeeding is contraindicated.
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