Cordyceps Militaris Decaffeinated Coffee contains all 18 amino acids, Vit E, K,B2 & B12, Polysacchrides, Proteins, Sterols, Nucleosides, Macro & Micro element.
- contains all essential 18 amino acids,
- has anti fungal, anti bacterial and antibiotic properties of codyceps militaris.
- contains palm kernel oil rich in antioxidant.
- Reduces epileptic attack
- Used for Convulsions
- Increases sperm production
- Increase sex drive in people with low libido
- Used in treating chronic bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases
- has the ability of reverse blockage of the carotud artery and platelet aggregation, thereby reducing the risk of life threatening diseases.
- Good for weakness and fatigue
WHAT IS CORDYCEPS?
Cordyceps is a type of medicinal mushroom said to offer antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. Long used in traditional Chinese medicine, cordyceps is available in the United States as a dietary supplement.
There are 400 species of cordyceps, most of which are native to Bhutan, China, Korea, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam. The most well-known medicinal species is Cordyceps sinensis (now known officially as Ophiocordyceps sinensis). The mushroom has a long, finger-like body and is usually a brown or orangish-brown color.
So valued is wild cordyceps in China that a kilogram often costs in excess of $20,000. Most supplements today are made from an engineered fungal culture that has the biological characteristics of C. sinesis but cannot produce the mushroom itself.
Cordyceps is often referred to as the caterpillar fungus because of its thin, tubular shape. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is called dong chong xia ca.
Cordyceps should not be confused for cep mushrooms (Boletus edulis) used for culinary purposes.
In alternative medicine, cordyceps is often touted as a natural energy booster. Proponents also claim that cordyceps can protect against health problems like asthma, depression, diabetes, fatigue, high cholesterol, and upper respiratory tract infections.
Cordyceps is also purported to boost athletic performance, a claim that grabbed headlines in 1993 when Chinese track and field athletes shattered multiple world records, a feat their coach attributed to C. sinesis supplements.
Some herbalists also believe that cordyceps can boost libido, slow the aging process, and protect against cancer. Few of these claims are strongly supported by research.