Cordyceps sinensis capsules
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Cordyceps sinensis dietary supplement in organic quality.
Cordyceps sinensis mushroom powder capsules from Glückspilze at a glance
- Produced in Austria
- Gently dried under 35°C
- Ground with a special Japanese mill so that the hard cell walls are broken and the nutrients can be absorbed by the body in the best possible way
- 120 capsules per bottle
- 1 capsule = 300mg mushroom powder
- Directions: 2 capsules twice daily with sufficient liquid †
- Ingredients: Cordyceps sinensis powder, cellulose capsule
- Allergens: None
- Storage: Cool and dry
† Recommended daily dose not specified.
Do not exceed the specified recommended intake. Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach of small children. Do not take during pregnancy or lactation.
Store in a dry and cool place.
Why we like the Cordyceps sinensis mushroom powder capsules from Tyroler Glückspilze.
The Cordyceps sinensis mushroom powder contains all the ingredients of Cordyceps sinensis in its natural composition.
The Cordyceps sinensis mushrooms are gently dried after harvesting (at below 35°C) and then ground ultra-fine. In technical terminology, this grinding technique is also called the "shellbroken process".
This means that the cell walls are broken open when the mushrooms are ground. This is necessary because mushrooms have very hard cell walls, these consist of chitin, which cannot be processed by the human body. Therefore, this shellbroken grinding is important so that the body can absorb the ingredients of the mushroom.
About the Cordyceps sinensis mushroom.
Scientists of our time have analyzed its ingredients and confirmed numerous effects. The caterpillar fungus contains essential amino acids and high-quality polysaccharides, in addition to vitamins and trace elements.
Moreover, ingredients such as cordycepin, ophicordin and galactomannan make this mushroom so tremendously interesting. Athletes also use it, as it is not banned as a doping agent. Athletes in the Asian cultural area have long used Cordyceps to increase energy and endurance.
In 1993, five world records in running events were broken by the same team at the Chinese National Championships in Beijing. Ma Junren, the coach of this team, revealed when asked by reporters that his female athletes owed their strength and endurance to the Cordyceps mushroom.
Effects of these mushrooms of interest to humans are documented in Chinese herbal books dating back as far as 2,000 years. Cordyceps species, especially C. sinensis and C. militaris, are said to serve to strengthen the life energy "Qi".
The genetic profile of our Cordyceps is exactly the same as that of wild Cordyceps and is cultivated under conditions found in its natural habitats.
Distribution and habitat in nature: It grows exclusively on caterpillars of the genus Thitarodes in the plateaus of Tibet between 3,000 and 5,000 m.
Suitable substrate: Dried silkworms.
Order: crustose ball fungi (Hypocreales)