Mycolife Cordyceps – 100ml
|Nutrient values||5 ml||100 ml|
|Energy content (kJ / kcal)||79.5 / 19||1590 / 380|
|of which saturated fatty acids (g)||0.0515||01.03|
|of which sugars (g)||0.006||0.12|
|Cordyceps gomba (g)||0.625||12.5|
|of which polysaccharide (85%)||0.3||10.6|
If we eat this mushroom, we will not only be more energetic, but our general quality of life will also improve. It also has an outstanding disease prevention effect. In the case of an autoimmune disease, i.e. when our immune system turns against our own body, as part of complementary therapy, the active ingredients of the mushroom help the recovery by controlling the overactivity of the immune system. The caterpillar fungus works like an antibiotic, only in a natural form. It helps prevent harmful bacteria from multiplying, and it does more than that: it destroys them. Another beneficial feature is that it has no side effects and does not even harm our intestinal flora. It is vitalizing, because it increases the energy level in the mitochondria in the cells. Especially recommended for athletes.
5 ml per day, taken in any liquid (e.g. tea, water, fruit juice).
Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage!
Food supplements do not replace a balanced, mixed diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Introducing Myco Life Cordyceps
Thanks to the double extraction process, a bottle of Naja Forest Cordyceps contains the entire active ingredient content of the mushroom, and the glycerin formula ensures almost 100% utilization of the active ingredients.
The active ingredients are absorbed directly on the oral mucosa and from the small intestine, so they reach the cells almost immediately.
With its 85% polysaccharide content, Naja Forest Cordyceps has an exceptionally high content of active ingredients.
The Chinese caterpillar fungus (Cordyceps sinensis), also known as “yarsagumba”, is one of the main sources of income for poor Himalayan communities. Tens of thousands of dollars are paid for one kilo in China. It grows above an altitude of 3,000 meters, in the oxygen-poor, wet and cold climate and mineral-rich soil of the Himalayas.
For 1,200 years, it has been a traditional medicine of Chinese national phytotherapeutic pharmacy.
Did you know that the Chinese caterpillar fungus is the “fertility mushroom and the Viagra of the Himalayas”?
In China, Cordyceps was considered a kidney tonic, which was thought to enhance sexual function. Therefore, it was recommended to increase libido, influence body temperature and promote cold tolerance.
Experiments on animals proved that Cordyceps sinensis clearly increased the production of male sex hormones, the amount of sperm and their motility. While in Asia, Cordyceps sinensis became really popular as a solution for erectile dysfunction.
Cordyceps sinensis is increasingly being used in infertility clinics, as there is a lot of evidence to show that it increases estrogen production, which has a beneficial effect on female fertility. This positive estrogen effect is also used to prevent rapid osteoporosis after changing age.
Since two thousand years, Chinese researchers have tried to prove the effect of the Chinese caterpillar fungus on increasing potency and sperm count with in vitro and animal experiments.
If we eat this mushroom, we will not only be more energetic, but our general quality of life will also improve.
In the case of an autoimmune disease, i.e. when our immune system turns against our own body, as part of complementary therapy, the active ingredients of the mushroom help the recovery by controlling the overactivity of the immune system.
The caterpillar fungus works like an antibiotic, only in a natural form. It helps prevent harmful bacteria from multiplying, and it does more than that: it destroys them. Another beneficial feature is that it has no side effects and does not even harm our intestinal flora.
It is vitalizing, because it increases the energy level in the mitochondria in the cells. Especially recommended for athletes. Elite athletes often overextend themselves. Nowadays, stress causes physical and mental problems in many cases, and the Chinese caterpillar fungus is a solution to all of these. The alternation of cold and warm fronts tests many people physically and mentally. The symptoms and causes of “spring fatigue” are similar to when an athlete overexerts himself. The symptoms are common: fatigue, reduced performance, inattention, irritable mood and feeling depressed. Even in the case of spring fatigue, burnout and overtraining, after physical exertion, we get out of breath sooner and the rest time required for regeneration is extended. These are sometimes accompanied by headaches, migraines, and muscle pains – not to mention the increased risk of injury. In addition, even the immune system can behave as if it is “tired” – thus increasing the susceptibility to infectious diseases.
Fortunately, the Chinese caterpillar fungus contains very abundant sources of amino acids, as well as vitamins (B vitamins that support carbohydrate metabolism and the aforementioned vitamin D), trace elements, flavonoids, polyphenols, and polysaccharides that stimulate the functioning of the phagocytic cells of the immune system.
The phagocytic cells (macrophages) are “executors of the immune system”, which destroy harmful substances (e.g. bacteria, debris of dead cells, even malignant
cancerous cells) are ingested and disposed of.
The results of animal experiments and clinical studies conducted with extracts of the useful substances of the Chinese caterpillar fungus speak in favor of the effects of increasing physical performance, delaying fatigue, and improving stress-hormone balance.
Due to the concentrated active ingredient content and good biological utilization, it is sufficient to consume 5 ml of the product.