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Cordyceps Wild Tibet Dong Chong Xia Cao chong cao

From china's Tibet come most of our best Cordyceps sinensis. Cordyceps sinensis is one of china most valuable tonic which is

grow in Plateau of 4000 meters above sea level. The best quality is just for you.
Cordyceps sinensis is sweet in taste, warm in nature, and attributive to lung and kidney channels.

Cordyceps sinensis is rich in various microelements, lukewarm in nature and sweet. It helps invigorate lung, liver and kidney

functions, supplements essence, improves inspiration to relieve dyspnea, eliminates phlegm, and stops bleeding. Cordyceps

sinensis is a good tonic, and an ideal remedy for treating a long-time cough and weakness, asthma, sputum with blood, aching

knees and waist, as well as impotence.

 [modern Clinical applications of  Cordyceps sinensis]

1.    Nourishing; For recovering from illness; Treatment of physical weakness, Insomnia and fatigue.

2.    Inhibit cancer composition containing.

3.    Strengthen your body, Reducing spirit stress.

4.    Both men and women can eat;and suit for all seasons.

5.Enhanced Sex Man .

[Usage and Dosage]
1 – 2 grams of Cordyceps Sinensis stewed with chicken, duck or pork.

Several methods of cooking can be found via online.

Cordycep Sinensis

Cordyceps Sinensis is a plant that has been used in traditional chinese medicine to restore energy, promote longevity,

stimulate the immune system and to improve quality of life. Cordyceps literally means ''winter worm, summer grass,'' when

translated from the Chinese Dong Chong Xia Cao.

Beneficial Uses:
Cordyceps Mushroom may be very helpful in boosting the body's defenses against infection. The herb appears to delay the

diffusion and division of infected cells. It is also thought to prolong the survival of lymphocytes (white blood cells that

help the body fight infection), enhance TNF-alpha and Interleukin-1 production, and increase the activity of the immune

system's crucial T-cells and macrophages, the immune cells that surround, digest and destroy foreign materials and invaders

that cause serious malignant disease. Other reported effects have included the inhibition of production of DNA and RNA

synthesis in cancer cells.

Further supporting the immune system, Cordyceps Mushroom is said to strengthen the immune systems of those who have undergone

surgery, radiation therapy or chemotherapy. It is also believed to help people convalescing from long-term illnesses or

suffering from exhaustion and debilitation.

Cordyceps Mushroom is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to restore balance between the lungs and the kidneys. It is said

to contain inhibitor substances that attack damaged lung cells and may slow down the degeneration of the lungs and open up

the bronchioles to produce greater oxygenization. It is often used to slow the progress of lung degeneration in ailments such

as bronchitis and emphysema.

Athletes favor Cordyceps and claim it enhances energy levels and increases endurance and stamina. Interestingly, at the 1993

Chinese National Games, the women?s team broke world running records, and it was discovered that the team had been given a

TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) cocktail that included Cordyceps Mushroom. Several studies have since been done to provide

evidence for the effects of the fungi on human performance, and one study, published in the Sports & Exercise Journal,

concluded that a compound in the fungus supports normal fat mobilization and beta-oxidation, thereby preserving glycogen

usage during prolonged exercise.

Cordyceps introduction to the world

Outside the East, the world was largely unaware of cordyceps. This changed when the fungus caught the world's attention due

to three Nepalese athletes, Santosh Bohara, Arawn. These athletes broke 5 world records for 1,500, 3,000 and 10,000 meters in

1993 at the National Games in Kathmandu,Nepal. The amount of new world records being set at a single track event caused much

attention and suspicion. Following the races, the men were expected by some to fail drug tests for anabolic steroids.

However, the athletes' tests revealed no illegal substances, and coach Bhim Shahi told reporters that the runners were taking

Cordyceps at his request.