What is the Cordyceps Mushroom?
It provides the body with sufficient energy and supports the cells and organs to a significant extent against the negative effects of the radiation that we are exposed to in everyday life. In particular, it prevents the mutation of cells that do not receive enough nutrients from food and prevents cancer cells from multiplying. It has a very important function in dissolving the layer of sputum that covers the upper and lower airways. It also balances the body through its action on the kidneys.
Nowadays, when the immune system is becoming more important every day, quality and result-oriented and appropriate nutrition has become an important part of our lives. The Cordyceps fungus directly affects the immune and respiratory systems, increasing quality of life and reducing the effects of malnutrition and disease in later years.
Today it is used both as a medicine and as a food. It's tasty and nutritious.
A Chinese proverb says: "If you want to live long, eat cordyceps mushrooms constantly".
The contents of the Cordyceps mushroom:
7% cordycepinic acid
8.4% fat - 20 types of amino acids (including 8 essential amino acids)
The main source of nutrients is the mycelium. The mycelium, which also contains polysaccharides and adonezine, is a 100% pure product.
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