Premium Cordyceps Sinensis online shopping? Producing Cs-4 in this manner will ensure that the end product has a compound profile that is similar to that of wild harvested fruiting bodies. A cheaper, but way less effective way to produce Cs-4 is to grow the mycelium out on grain, similar to the production of grain spawn as done in commercial mushroom farming operations. Once the mycelium has colonized the grain, the grain is pulverized and dried- without first separating the mycelium from the grain! This results in an end product that is mostly starch, not anything closely resembling pure mycelium. Of course, there will still be most of the same beneficial compounds as in the pure mycelium, but in significantly lower concentrations.
Chinese friend introduced us to Cordyceps Sinensis, and we were so amazed by the powerful effects experimenting with it had on our health, that we began reading about it, and now we even run Cordycepssinensis.org as a hobby. Much of the information about Cordyceps Sinensis comes from our extensive research on the subject, including conversations with people, including several traditional Chinese healers. On Cordycepssinensis.org we will attempt to provide good information of the properties and potential applications of the medicinal mushroom Cordyceps Sinensis.
Cordyceps sinensis is seen as a very precious medicinal mushroom in China and other Asian countries. For over 2000 years, Cordyceps sinensis has been used as a tonic, to increase health and vitality, combat aging and prevent various (age-related) diseases. Cordyceps sinensis is used in traditional Chinese medicine to benefit the working of the kidney and lung meridians. Harvesting is extremely difficult because of its remoteness near the border of the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China and negative temperature. See additional info at Bhutan Cordyceps Green Tea.
Managing Type 2 Diabetes: Diabetes is a disease in which the body either does not produce or respond to the hormone insulin, which normally transports the sugar glucose into the cells for energy. Cordyceps can help to keep blood sugar levels within healthy range by imitating the action of insulin. Some studies also suggest that cordyceps may improve liver function, kidney function and protect against kidney disease, a common complication of diabetes. Cordyceps are filled with antioxidants known to fight free radical damage and help slow the signs of aging. A study conducted in 2000 claimed that cordyceps help to enhance memory, improve brain function and increase antioxidant in blood. Cordyceps contain anti-aging compounds that help rejuvenate the skin, eliminate dead cells, promote skin rejuvenation, and reduce aging symptoms.
Health benefits and medicinal uses of Cordyceps? There are many claimed health benefits of Cordyceps – the likely reason why they are very expensive. Cordyceps are touted to have possible anti-cancer properties. Researchers at the University of Nottingham found that cordycepin, a compound extracted from Cordyceps, effectively stopped the growth of several types of cancers. At low doses, Cordycepin interfered with the production of proteins required for cell multiplication and tumour growth. At higher doses, Cordycepin directly induced cell death. See even more information on this website.