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mushrooms as medicine

Mushrooms As Medicine – Create Your Own Health Naturally

Mushrooms as medicine dates back to the ancient Egyptians and ancient Chinese cultures that used them to promote general health and longevity. The difference between medicinal mushrooms and the ones you order on your “cheat day” pizza are that medicinal mushrooms contain immune activating beta-glucans and other polysaccharides within their indigestible cell walls.

cordyceps extract powder

Cordyceps Extract Powder That Packs A Punch

Here at Vitalherbs we are very pleased to of found a Cordyceps extract powder that is not only totally organic and rich in all the essentials such as cordycepin, polysaccharides and triterpenes but is also made from the fruiting body of the Militaris fungus.

We believe that keeping things as close to how nature intended is of paramount importance so our Cordyceps extract powder is grown on silk worm larvae. To maintain as much as we can how it would of grown if in its natural state.

Cordyceps Extract A Supplement Fit for an Olympian

Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis, Sphaeria sinensis) grows primarily in the mountains of Tibet, where dedicated hunters scour the slopes to find this prized fungi. benefits of cordyceps Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to treat a number of ailments, cordyceps is especially intriguing to modern medical researchers for its ability to inhibit the growth, division, and proliferation of cancer cells in the body.

How are medicinal mushrooms used in health research?

According to Disease and Health , the article, Maitake Mushroom, by Ken Babal, CN, notes that, “recent research indicates that it may be the most potent of all mushroom-derived medicines in terms of its anti-tumor and immune-enhancing activity.” The article also states that, “In one animal experiment, maitake was able to shrink tumors better than other mushroom-derivatives, including the all-time best-selling cancer drug sold in Europe and Asia.”

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