Product name :Coedyceps Sinenesis (energy mushroom;chinese capterpillar fungus) .
Ingredient & purity : Major Effective contents: adenosine C10H13N5O4,0.014%~0.042%;D-mannitol,C6H14O6,0.37%~14.45%; adenine,C6H5N5,0.0162%; Beta-sitosterol,C29H50O,etc.
Major effective components of Cordyceps sinensis covered Polysaccharides, this polysaccharides composed by Mannose,cordycepin,adenosine,galactose,arabinose,glucose,fucosidase; also contains Cordycepic acid about 7%;protein about 25%,fatty acid about 8.4%(Monounsaturated fatty acid share 82.2% of all fatty acid ), amino acids 12 kinds,18 kinds amino acids once hydrolized, 8 essential amino acids all contains, also contains histidine which necessary for child grow. Other wise, it contains Vitamin B12,ergosterol,etc.
Cordyceps Sinensis and Its Benefits
Function : The source of this product is Qinghai Province, Mainland China. According to the chemical analysis report from Chinese Academy of Medical Science, this product -- pure Cordyceps Sinensis contains the necessary Amino Acids of the human body such as Asp, Thr, Ser, Glu, Gly, Ca, Mg, Na, Vitamins....and so on.
Ethno-botanical information: It is commonly used in China for the replenishment of general body health. Today in the west cordyceps is most wildly used by two groups of people:Athletes and the elderly. Recent research has confirmed that cordyceps usage increase both the cellular ATP level and the oxygen utilization. It is used to relief of fatigue in Tibet and Nepal.
The health efficacies of Cordyceps Sinensis are obvious in:
Asthma, allergic rhinitis.
Boosts energy and stamina
Boosts libido and sexual function
Benefits the heart
Benefits the kidneys and liver
Chronic bronchitis, coughing
Declining of sex drive
Improves general vitality
Increases lung function
Improves athletic performance
Lowering raised blood lipid levels, strengthening the body's immunity
Poor renal function, renal injuries by chemicals.
Poor resistance of respiratory tract, catching flu easily
Poor function of lungs & kidneys, irregular menstruation
Regulating blood pressure (high or low blood pressure)
Supports sexual health
Supports the lungs and improves respiratory function
Supports the immune system
Scavenges free radicals (antioxidant)
Cordyceps has been regarded as a very safe herb throughout its traditional history, and is considered completely safe for clinical use today. Experiments on animals have not found a lethal dose, even when Cordyceps is given in extremely high amounts (10 to 80 grams per kilogram of body weight), nor does Cordyceps have any teratogenic or mutagenic effects. Instances of mild stomach discomfort have been reported in clinical trials.