CORDYCEPS

Image from Metris Community

Various images of Cordyceps (picture from Metris Community)

What a fascinating fungus. The more I read on Cordyceps the more intrigued I become. I was recently told that this is the season (May/June) to search for fresh Cordyceps.

If you have never heard of them, then it is worth researching the many health benefits of this unusual mushroom that grows on the back of a caterpillar larvae found in Tibet, China and Nepal. Who would believe that this Cordycep mushroom’s origins are known to enhance physical and sexual performance!

Photo of Cordyceps sinesis used in chemo protection. This one was found in Tibet (image from Aloha Medicinals)

Photo of Cordyceps sinesis used in chemo protection. This one was found in Tibet (image from Aloha Medicinals)

Besides that, they should be a part of our daily dietary supplement and Cordyceps are used therapeutically for chemo protection in cancer patients, hepatitis B, and bronchitis – to name but a few.

You won’t find Cordyceps for consumption just anywhere – South Africans are only just beginning to embrace the medicinal benefits of mushrooms, and there are only a ‘handful’ of health stores that stock medicinal mushrooms – we do have them in our on-line store: Pure Cordyceps capsules (R180.00) and Immune Assist Critical Care Formula (R365.00) is an excellent blend of medicinal mushrooms including Cordyceps. Our best seller, Immune Assist 24/7 is sold out, but new stock is on the way!

Please remember that you should always speak to your healthcare provider before starting a new therapy.

 

 

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