YXL007 Cordyseps capsules
Specifications:500mg/pc * 90pcs/bottle
Usage:one or two pcs per day
- Supports immune function.
- Promotes kidney health.
- Helps restore sexual function.
- Improves insulin regulation.
- Increases adaptation to stress.
In its natural state Cordyceps Sinensis is a fungus that parasitizes a caterpillar that grows high in the
Himalayas. In the winter the parasitized caterpillar burrows into
the ground. In the spring Cordyceps having completely consumed the
caterpillar pushes out of the ground like a small mushroom. This
mushroom” is harvested as Cordyceps an herb revered since ancient
With modern technology it is now possible to cultivate Cordyceps in
a liquid fermentation using silk worms as the growth media. Once
produced the fermented Cordyceps is hot water extracted then dried
and encapsulated. This modern process has made it economically
feasible to produce Cordyceps which was once the herb of choice for
Anti-aging , sexual rejuvinative and tonic
Cordyceps Sinensis is a Chinese herb known since ancient times as
one of the best tonic and adaptogens. Unlike many tonic herbs,
Cordyceps is balanced in both Yin and Yang essence and much less
likely to lead to imbalances than herbs like Ginseng.
Cordyceps was once revered by ancient Chinese Emporer’s who
consumed it to promote youthful sexual vigor and a long life.
Modern Research shows that Cordyceps has vasodilitory effects
similar to the mode of action of drugs used to treat Erectile
Dysfunction. Mouse studies have shown that Cordyceps stimulates
testosterone production in a manner similar to luteinizing hormone.
In a study Mice given Cordyceps swam longer than controls with less
evidence of stress on their adrenals, spleen, thymus and thyroid
Cordyceps is a medicinal mushroom with immune stimulating and
modulating properties. Cordyceps is a good source of
polysaccharides known as beta glucans. Mushroom beta glucans
prevent oncogenesis, show direct antitumor activity, and prevent
metastasis. Mushroom polysaccharides including those from Cordyceps
produce their antitumor effects by activating different immune
responses in the host. This immune activation is through a
In Chinese medicine Cordyceps is considered to be an excellent
kidney tonic. Modern research has been conducted to test Cordycep’s
effect on the kidneys. Young and old rats were given Gentamycin and
Cordyceps. The renal tubular injury was ameliorated as evidenced by
less prominent increment of BUN, SCr, sodium excretion, urinary
NAGase and less severity of histopathological changes as compared
Increased Insulin Sensitivity
A group of rats were given Cordyceps and were compared to controls.
C-peptide response observed during the oral glucose tolerance test
was significantly decreased. The integrated insulin area under the
curve and the glucose insulin index were significantly decreased.
Cordyceps had been shown to benefit the lungs and balance and
strengthen the endocrine system. Cordyceps contains antioxidant,
antisenescence, hypolipidimic and antiatherosclerotic properties.
Cordyceps tonifies the nervous, hepatic, cardiovascular, immune and
Safety and Dosage
Cordyceps sinensis is safe and natural. In China Cordyceps is used
as a food as well as medicine. One ancient recipe recommended
cooking 50 grams of Cordyceps into a duck and eating it for several
days to restore health and vitality. Because Cordyceps, is a
balanced tonic herb it is safe for long term use. The usual dosage
is 1-3 grams a day.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat,
cure, or prevent any disease.
Traditionally cordyceps has been employed for purported benefits to
the heart, and respiration, for its energy-boosting effects, and
for anti-aging purposes. Remarkably, modern science is verifying
all of these uses, and more. In human cardiovascular studies, use
of cordyceps lowered serum triglycerides and cholesterol overall,
and increased beneficial HDL levels. Cordyceps enhances nutritional
blood supply to the organs and extremities, specifically increases
blood supply to the brain, and defends the heart against stress.
Cordyceps boosts respiration and the body’s use of oxygen, and
helps to improve cases of chronic asthma and bronchitis. Cordyceps
also possesses antioxidants which retard cellular destruction, and
demonstrates anti-inflammatory activity. As if that weren’t enough,