Cordyceps

Cordyceps mushroom is scientifically known as Cordyceps sinensis . An extremely rare combination of a caterpillar and a fungus, it is found at altitudes above 4,500 meters (over 14,000 feet) in the Himalayas, on the Tibetan plateau, and at other high-altitude locations worldwide. In Tibet this fungus is known as yarsagumba, or “summer grass, winter worm.”  For years it was thought to be a living worm rather than a mushroom and was nicknamed the caterpillar fungus as it is seen growing on the sides of trees.  Cordyceps is actually a fungal spore that kills insects such as caterpillars and moths and feeds off their tissues.It was initially identified when local herders observed that yak, goat, and sheep that ate cordyceps while grazing became very strong and stout.

Benefits

The cordyceps mushroom helps to manage blood sugar levels in a healthy range, protects the heart,

Consumption of cordyceps mushroom extracts increases insulin sensitivity, while also lowering the insulin response to a carbohydrate

 Extracts of cordyceps used to slow down diabetes-induced weight loss, reduce excessive thirst, improve glucose tolerance.

Cordyceps are also called as immunosuppressants.

Cordyceps balances the cholesterol levels

Improves heart health

Boosts energy

Regulates respiratory function

 Prevent cancer.

 Strengthen immune system

Cordyceps have ant-aging property.

Used to detoxify the body.

Active ingredients

Nucleosides, Sterides, polysaccharides, proteins, essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Other chemical constituents are adenine, adenosine, cholesteryl palmitate, D-mannitol (also called cordycepic acid). ergosterol peroxide, guanidine, hypoxanthicine, thymine, thymidine, uracil, uridine, 3′-deoxyadenosine.

Direction of use

2 to 3 capsule per day either in empty stomach OR after meal. We can take in more numbers as per the advice of expert.