Medicinal Mushroom Cordyceps
Cordyceps militaris is an ideal adaptogen to help with fatigue, adrenal support, exhaustion, libido enhancement, stamina, endurance and increased athleticism.
Performance enhancement and pro athletic supplement
Restorative tonic for general physical weakness
Pro sexual tonic with additional aphrodisiac qualities
Primary Jing herb, used for adrenal support
Immune modulation via Beta-D-Glucans and other compounds
Cordyceps was first discovered between 1500 & 2000 years ago by shepherds in the high Himalayan tablelands (above 3800M altitude) of Tibet and Nepal. It has been used for a variety of illnesses, from regeneration of youthful, sexual vigor to increases in mental and physical strength.
Cordyceps has been used by Royalty in China Since the 1500's and in Nepal Since earlier times. Cordyceps is featured in 2 ancient texts, one by Nyamnyi Dorje, a Tibet physician and lama who lived from 1439-1475 called “An Ocean of Aphrodisiacal Qualities,” which highlights Cordyceps’ pro sexual qualities. The other is one of China's materia medica's called "Ben Cao Bei Yao" by Wang Ang’s in 1694 which extolled the herbs longevity and tonic properties.
In addition, traditional healers and local people of North Sikkim recommend the mushroom as a “heal all” medicine with general strengthening qualities. To this day Cordyceps is used traditionally to support treatment of as many as 21 ailments.
Take 1-3 grams daily for 30 to 200 days if indicated. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding please consult a health professional before taking this or any other supplements.
HOW TO TAKE:
Stir Cordyceps directly intro a cool/ hot water and drink. Cordyceps is also a great additive to smoothies, hot tonics, as an addition to coffee or cacao and mixed into sweet and savoury foods.
To Be Taken Orally
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.