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Cordyceps sinensis

Panax ginseng
Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi)

 

H1 Cordyceps Plus
30 capsules

Content: Cordyceps Sinensis Extract 150 mg, Panax Ginseng Extract 100 mg, Ganoderma lucidum Extract 75 mg (Reishi)

Dosage: 1 - 3 capsules,
twice a day

€ 12.00

H1 Cordyceps Plus
30 capsules

 

KLO Cordyceps L
36 capsules

Content: Cordyceps Sinensis Extract 150 mg, Tang Kui Extract 100 mg, Soybean Protein Extract 100 mg

Dosage: 1 capsule
2-3 times/day before meals

€ 15.45

G-KLO Cordyceps L
36 capsules
 

KLO Cordyceps M
36 capsules

Content: Cordyceps Sinensis Extract 200 mg, Korean Ginseng Extract 100 mg,
L-Arginin 100 mg

Dosage: 1 capsule
2-3 times/day before meals

€ 15.45

KLO Cordyceps M
36 capsules
Possible applications of Cordyceps sinensis

Delaying the aging process

Fatigue, lack of energy

Improve endurance during exercise and sport

Stress, depression

Support of recovery after (severe) disease

Cancer (prevention, complementary treatment)

Infectious diseases

(chronic) inflammatory diseases (Rheumatism, atherosclerosis)

Allergies

Autoimmune diseases

Osteoporosis

Metabolic syndrome

Diabetes mellitus

Hypercholesterolemia

High blood pressure

Vascular calcification

Heart disease, heart rhythm disturbances

Age-related cognitive decline

Reduced fertility

(age-related) decrease in libido, impotence

Diseases of liver, kidney and respiratory tract

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A True Superfood
Since the dawn of shamanic healing over 50,000 years ago, mankind has searched for healing ingredients to concoct the ultimate panacea—a cure-all. One of the most sought-after ingredients was Cordyceps, a substance so revered that it was exclusively reserved for use by
royalty in ancient China. Chemical analyses have shown that its allegedly remarkable properties are much more than superstition or mere folklore.

Cordyceps sinensis is a new generation of mushroom being used by the pharmaceutical industry and also as a dietary supplement amongst more informed consumers seeking alternatives to the more conventional treatments for cancer and AIDS as well as a wide range of other health and immune system issues.

Cordyceps is considered a "food" by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is classified as "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS). A growing number of researchers now consider it to be a "superfood" that can be included in almost every diet. So why are these rediscovered mushrooms now regarded as superfoods?

These medicinal mushrooms are extremely high in both beta-glucans, which have been shown to be useful in cancer therapies, and polysaccharides. Polysaccharides are long sugar chains with many oxygen sections within them. As these sugars are broken down by the body, the
oxygen molecules are released and absorbed on a cellular level. We know that all forms of cancer cannot exist in an oxygen-rich environment and that without proper oxygen levels the body is left to fall into degenerative states that encourage cancer, heart disease, immune disorders and diabetes, and also allow many viral diseases such as hepatitis C, Lyme's disease and many others to flourish.

The key is how to deliver oxygen to the body on a cellular level. This host of pharmaceutical mushrooms includes such well-known products as Reishi, Maitake and Agaricus which are rich in beta-glucans, known sources for oxygen. This list continues to grow, with clinical studies now including more than 70 different mushroom species. The most interesting one to
emerge is Cordyceps sinensis, which grows at about 16,000 feet (4,877 metres)
in Tibet.

Cordyceps sinensis increases ATP (adenosine triphosphate) levels in the body by almost 28 per cent. ATP is the body's energy supply source—the body's battery, so to speak—and is required for all enzyme processes. It is also now believed that ATP is where cold-fusion ("Brown's gas") processes occur in the body on a molecular level. Although the concept of molecular-level cold fusion is not the subject of this article, I believe this is the root of biological energy exchanges, which will be explored in future writings. The impact on the energy state alone would make this mushroom a true super food.
Herbal supplements are not pharmaceuticals - a clinical response may only be noticed after several weeks of regular consumption