Cordyceps have been used in traditional Chinese and Tibetan medicine since the 15th century.
Cordyceps Sinensis is an effective treatment for a large number of ailments because of the unique way that it works on the human body. It actually improves the health of every cell in your system by making the process of taking nutrition into each cell more efficient.
Nutritional Content of Cordyceps
Cordyceps contains vitamin B1, B2, B12, E and K.
Cordyceps is packed with mineral like magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, nickel, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, chromium and selenium.
Cordyceps is also a great source amino acids (proline, histidine, oxyvaline, arginine and phenylalanine).
Typical Preparation Cordyceps include:
Cordyceps is an extremely safe herb with only mild digestive upsets being reported after taking large doses. We recommend that you take between 2-5 grams a day. Just add two pinches into a glass of filtered water, or sprinkle it on your food.
If you have low blood sugar or an auto-immune disorder, do not use, since Cordyceps tends to lower blood sugar and significantly increase immunity. Which is good news for most people, but not really studied for those with these conditions.