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You haven’t seen creepy until you’ve seen a Cordyceps mushroom. This medicinal mushroom is known as the Caterpillar Fungus for a reason. This thing actually looks like a caterpillar because the fungus gets inside of a [...]
A recent study by Tianjin Nankai Hospital in China found that medicinal mushroom Cordyceps sinensis could help prevent renal impairment in patients who underwent coronary angioplasty. Angioplasty is the process of widening blocked or narrow arteries, [...]
Can Cordyceps medicinal mushroom help improve white blood cell counts in leukopenia? In a research study done at the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan, Cordyceps sinensis was found to help in the recovery process of [...]
Dr. Andrew Weil, MD, is known for writing and teaching on holistic health, as well as speaking as a guest on the Today Show, Oprah, Larry King Live, and has published a simple list of some [...]
In 1988 Wan, F., et al., published a study according to which both animals and humans who consumed cordyceps mushroom were able to increase their natural sex hormones. A year before , Huang Y, et [...]
From the mountains of Himalaya to your local supplement store, the Cordyceps sinensis mushroom has been used for thousands of years in ancient Tibetan and Chinese medicine. Initially found only at attitudes of 7000 meters in [...]
Medicinal mushrooms like Cordyceps and Reishi, which have the all-important ingredient beta glucan, have been deemed by some as the “fountain of youth” in recent years due to their anti-aging properties. We are now finding that [...]
Cordyceps sinensis medicinal mushrooms may boost testosterone levels and improve athletes' performance. Cordyceps is a Chinese fungus that grows on ants and caterpillars! Even though these are quite the rare delicacy in China, which is a [...]
Depending on the estimate, 5 to 15 million American men suffer from low testosterone levels. This often leads to decreased sexual function and desire, infertility, impotence or erectile dysfunction, decreased muscle mass and even hair loss. [...]
In an animal study, conducted at the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy in the College of Medicine at the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, researchers Hsu, Huang, Tsia, Sheu and Huang set to find [...]
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