The Cordyceps mushroom over the years since the ancient pharmacopoeia, its use has been brought against very different problems together, from respiratory ailments like cough and chronic bronchitis than those that affect the kidneys or the liver, the need to urinate overnight, male sexual dysfunction, anemia, irregular heartbeat, high cholesterol, dizziness, weakness, tinnitus, loss of unwanted weight, the dependence on ‘opium. Also it is hired to strengthen the immune system, improve athletic performance, fight aging, promote longevity and improve liver function in case of hepatitis B.
The main components are:
Cordycepine, a purine nucleoside with an antibiotic effect with antineoplastic properties, which can contribute to the inhibition of neoplastic cells in general and leukemia in particular
Ergosterol and Ergosterol palmitate, precursors of vitamin D2
Cordycepic acid, which can facilitate the entry of bioactive chemicals into the brain.
Vitamins B1, B2, B12, E, K,
Cordyceps sinensis can contribute to the improvement of the following ailments
- Helps in athletic performance
- It increases the growth of cells of the immune system and promotes the production of antibodies
- It inhibits the inflammation of the airways in case of chronic bronchitis
- It increases mitochondrial energy, improves endurance and also reduces fatigue
- Regulates cardiac function, corrects cardiac arrhythmia, reduces hypertension thanks to the adenosine it contains
- Strong ally in the fight against inflammation
- Regulates and improves kidney function, also reduces the toxicity due to damage to them.
- Anti-aging action. The high content of Cordyceps antioxidants may explain its anti-aging effect.
- It acts against the formation of neoplasms