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What is Cordyceps?

What is Cordyceps?

Cordycepin, is a nucleoside analog and a transcription chain terminator.

Raw Cordyceps

What does Cordyceps do?

When cordycepin is introduced to cells undergoing DNA replication, it produces a defective DNA that triggers cells to undergo apoptosis (programmed cell death). However, we believe that threaded with Whole Tibetan Wild Cordyceps would be more potent than a single agent. We believe that the synergistic effects of Cordyceps polysaccharides, adenosine, cordycepic acid, and cordycepin would be much greater than those achieved by the use of cordycepin alone. Cordyceps Extract may help improve Kidney Function and Immunity.

What are the different types of cordyceps and what are they capable of?

CS-4 strain of Cordyceps sinensis, is a new hybrid strain that is capable of producing high yields of adenosine and cordycepin.

Benefits of cordyceps

CordycepsQi has all the benefits of the traditional Cordyceps; in addition, the presence of Whole Tibetan Wild Cordyceps and cordycepin which gives it the extra may help immune support most health practitioners are looking for. Some researches suggest that Cordyceps has a long history of use as a lung and kidney tonic, and for the treatment of chronic bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis and other diseases of the respiratory system.

Updated on: 16/11/2021

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