Therapeutic effect of captopril, pentoxifylline, and cordyceps sinensis
in pre-hepatic portal hypertensive rats.
Effects of the mycelial extract of cultured Cordyceps sinensis
on in vivo hepatic energy metabolism and blood flow in dietary hypoferric anaemic mice.
Activation of macrophages and the intestinal immune system by orally administered decoction from cultured mycelium of Cordyceps sinensis
Structural features and hypoglycemic activity of a polysaccharide (CSF10) from the cultured mycelium of Cordyceps sinensis
Medicinal mushrooms like shitake, miitake, and reishi are known for their healing powers, but others like cordyceps sinensis
lead the way for energy.
is commonly used in China for the treatment of fatigue, night sweating, hyposexualities, hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia, renal disease, heart disease and liver disease.
In 1993, the Chinese women's track warn broke nine world records thanks to Cordyceps sinensis
Among major business deals concluded at the G-BOC was one to establish a company in Tibet to process and market the precious Chinese medicinal herb cordyceps sinensis
, a plant of the ergot family believed to boost liver functions and the immune system.
Traditionally, extracts and potions made with cordyceps sinensis
, a plant of ergot family of fungi, have been used for heart, kidney, and liver treatments, as well by cancer patients and for treatment of sexual and blood disorders.
ImmuneRich is the collective engine that fuels your immune system with such ingredients as seven medicinal mushroom extracts; Cordyceps sinensis
, Tremella fuciformis, Ganodderma lucidum(Reishi), Lentinus Edodes (Shiitake), Grifola frondosa (Maitake), Coriolus Versicolor (Kawaratake), and Agaricus blazei murill, which have all had extensive research showing high potency immune enhancement because they are rich in polysaccharide compounds, especially beta glucans, that work by activating the macrophages, or immune cells, which trap and engulf foreign substances.
Antitumor sterols from the mycelia of Cordyceps sinensis
To evaluate the capacity of Cordyceps sinensis
to protect against loss of libido, scientists enlisted 189 men and women with decreased sex drive for a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.